Jenna Coleman In The Vampire’s Wife – British Vogue’s December Issue Dinner Party

Jenna Coleman joined a host of stylish ladies including Adwoa Aboah, Alexa Chung, Naomie Harris and Alicia Vikander to celebrate Edward Enninful’s first cover for British Vogue on Tuesday (November 7) in London.

The British actress is the latest star to fall for the retro-inspired charms of The Vampire’s Wife.

While the shimmering silver metallic dress is the perfect choice for the start of the festive season, I also love that she paired the frock with a lush velvet navy coat which was made to be showcased, not confined to the cloakroom.

Styled with a Les Petit Joueurs ‘Trilly’ bag, the overall look conjures up the decadence of English countryside parties.

You may remember that Dakota Johnson wore the shorter version of this dress last month.

Les Petits Joueurs ‘Trilly’ Heart Bag, Neiman Marcus &

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Jenna Coleman In Emilia Wickstead – Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards 2017

Jenna Coleman joined a host of stars for the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards in London on Thursday (November 2).

Minimal yet elegant, this Emilia Wickstead Spring 2018 dress boasts a romantic aesthetic with pouf sleeves and a keyhole detail.

The cream hue keeps the look pristine while the pleats lend flattering finesse.

I love how her silver Santoni sandals adds a touch of modernity to the look.

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Jenna Coleman In Burberry September Collection – BAFTA Breakthrough Brits 2017

Jenna Coleman attended the BAFTA Breakthrough Brits reception held at Burberry HQ on Wednesday (October 25) in London.

Wearing head-to-toe Burberry, I love the juxtaposition of the feminine blouse, mixed with the plastic plaid skirt and hiking boots.

Perhaps on paper this shouldn’t work, but I’m very much drawn to its perfect mix of femininity with school girl charm.

The look was also styled with the Burberry DK88 bag.

Burberry Silk-lined Tartan Plastic A-line Skirt

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Jenna Coleman In Erdem – ‘Victoria’ Season 2 Premiere

Jenna Coleman was back on the red carpet for the season 2 premiere of ‘Victoria’, held at the Ham Yard Hotel in London this afternoon (August 24).

While it’s still sunny in London, there’s something in the air signalling autumn, which is why this Erdem Fall 2017 dress with its heavenly contrast of bold blooms against a black background feels so right.

I love the feminine, Victoriana-inspired features and the patchwork design which adds an idiosyncratic flair to the look.

This is BDOTW-worthy to me. Do you agree?

Erdem Zuzanna Silk Dress

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Jenna Coleman In Simone Rocha – Harper’s Bazaar 150th Anniversary Party

Jenna Coleman helped Harper’s Bazaar celebrate their 150th Anniversary Party on Tuesday (May 2) in London.

She did so in style wearing a dreamy Simone Rocha Spring 2017 design which was doubled-layered to protect her modesty while still maintaining its runway appeal.

Opting to temper the look with black sandals does dampen the look a little bit; especially as I’ve always pictured this as a street style look for Rihanna who I would imagine wearing this dress with white sneakers.

Noor Fares jewels rounded out the look.

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Miu Miu Fall 2017 Front Row

The Miu Miu Fall 2017 show at Paris Fashion Week was presented on Tuesday (March 7), and it wasn’t without a group of PYTs all showing their support of designer Miuccia Prada with their girly Miu Miu looks.

Zoey Deutch: The quirk and charm of the label was well presented in this citron fur-cuffed coat accessorised with an equally furry sky-blue handbag and embellished heels. It had lighthearted sass and sophistication all wrapped into one.

Aja Naomi King: With a more classically ladylike approach, Aja wore a twist on tweed in her patterned overcoat paired with a simple blouse and skirt in shades of pink.

Jenna Coleman: I love the enlivening blue hue of this coat, which is like a breath of fresh air, with a touch of retro femininity in the floral-accented frock. The platform shoes were, of course, the mandatory bit of funky fun for the look.

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