GUEST POST: STYLE ICON: Fearne Cotton

It’s that time again, Style Icon time. This week’s Style Icon comes from Eve Maria who writes my new blog must-read: A Handful of Dust. Be sure to check out Eve’s polyvore sets which demonstrate of very cute sense of style and her Changing Room Subterfuge series.


Eve Maria is a philosophy post-grad student who blogs on the side, she told me,


“One of the reasons I love fashion blogging is that while my uni studies demand critical thinking, fashion blogging allows me to be creative and stimulates my artistic side. I’ve just (this week!) bought a Panasonic Lumix G10 DSLR so I’m looking forward to making outfit posts on the blog bigger and better.”


This week Eve Maria has chosen Fearne Cotton as her Style Icon:

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Fearne Cotton is a British DJ and TV presenter, known for being the first female regular presenter of the BBC radio 1 chart show. She has been very successful in the role, and regularly presents telethons such as Red Nose Day for Comic Relief- being brave enough to don a swimsuit live on air for charity this year. As well as her success in broadcasting she is known by the media for her distinctive style, and has launched her own collection with Very.co.uk.

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Fearne always looks comfortable in what she wears, and rarely flashes the flesh as celebrities are oft to do. She always manages to stay on trend, and never looks too old or young for her age- a true test of a style icon. Looks Fearne favours include jeans, leggings, converse, brights and prints. She can often be seen in festival wear, brightening up the mud with her trilbys, ladylike dresses and band tees. Fearne’s look is fresh, modern and original, and that’s why I love her.

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What do you think of Eve Maria’s style? Who is your style icon?

If you have missed the previous style icons featured on the blog, check them out here.


I am seeking for bloggers who would like to write a guest post for this series (see here for previous guest bloggers on this site) about their Style Icon. Please get in touch if you would like to get involved. You can find out more here.

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