If you’re a fan of Made in Chelsea then you’ll know it is back for a forth series tonight on E4 at 10pm – and I cannot wait!
Of course I’m excited to see all the drama of the series unfold, with five new additions to the show (all posh and rich as ever), and to find out what’s really going on with Spencer and Louise… but I’m more excited about the fashion.
For the past three series I have watched in complete envy of the cast’s clothes, and I have no doubt this will continue into this season, so I thought this would be the perfect time to celebrate Made in Chelsea’s fashionistas by looking back at the best pieces from seasons 1-3.
Who remembers this episode? When Louise Thomson is upset because Jamie found out she cheated on him with Spencer, boohoo. Nevertheless, she still managed to look amazing in this khaki jacket with leather sleeves. Of course I had to find where it was from, and I did: Zara, £79.99.
This episode seen one of the many confrontations between Millie Mackintosh and Rosie Fortescue- drama! But I was more interested in Millie’s amazing orange biker jacket. Unfortunately I soon found out the jacket was a present from Millie’s boyfriend, Professor Green, and cost £1,135.
One of my very first fashion loves on Made in Chelsea was this white dress worn by former cast member (and former favourite) Caggie Dunlop. Worn to the casino night episode in series two, the dress stole the show: Austique Mila dress, £545
Season two got off to a bang when the beautiful Millie dumped then-boyfriend Hugo Taylor. Not only that, but the girl done it in style, wearing this amazing black blouse from The Kooples. This is without a doubt one of my favourite pieces from the three seasons so far.
Last but definitely not least is this hand chain and two fingered ring worn by Caggie Dunlop. As one of the first of its kind I had seen, I went crazy for it, and went straight down to Urban Outfitters to buy one for £14.
So who’s all going to be watching Made in Chelsea tonight? I know I will be, if only to lust over the cast’s sartorial choices… and for a bit of drama of course!