Question: What do you wear to a red carpet awards ceremony just days after your divorce is finalised?
Answer: See below.
Myleene Klass looked incredible in this geometric black dress at the
Oliver Awards last night, so we've decided to salute her style with a special geometric-inspired Catwalk to Couch this week.
This is a trend that has absolutely no time for fuss or flounces, it's sleek, precise and effortlessly chic. Here's how to steal her style for your home.
Walk all over this style trend with a geometric monochrome rug. We can totally see this working in a cool, minimal scheme, livened up with a few shots of acid yellow or zingy lime. If it was a dress it would be an LBD. With killer heels.
Geometric rug, £150, The Plantation Rug Company
you find yourself chained to the kitchen sink more often than you do
the red carpet you can still nab Myleene's style with these geometric tea
towels. No, they're not the same as a dress, but they are much more
affordable. And you'll get more 'cost per use' from them. Guaranteed.
Harlekiini Kitchen Towel, £10.95, Hus & Hem
If you're the type of person who likes to carefully arrange your cushions
in neat rows on your sofa, this is
the cushion for you. The colour palette has a pleasingly retro feel and the black piping keeps the whole thing looking urban and smart. No slouching here.
Ferm living remix silk cushion, Yellow, £59, Cloudberry Living.
nothing soft and floaty about Myleene's dress, similarly this chopping
board hammers the geometric style point home. It might not change your life but it'll make chopping the
vegetables just that little bit more exciting.
Star cutting board, £23, Scandinavian Design Centre
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