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There are so many things I ADORED about Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again. The feel-good musical inspired by the music of ABBA was everything I wanted and more.


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I was surprised by just how good the soundtrack was considering they sang most of ABBA's greatest hits in the original film. However, it's been a week since I first watched the movie and Cher’s version of Fernando is still stuck in my head.

One thing that really stood out for me (apart from young Bill aka the man of my dreams) was the young Donna’s style.

The main focus of the movie was young Donna’s journey from graduate to mum, but I couldn’t help but swoon over her outfits. Her quirky boho style was simple, but striking.


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Obviously, we’d never get away with wearing outfits like Donna's here in Ireland- thanks rain- but I thought I’d gather up some of the nicest pieces inspired by young Donna.

Sure, it may not be sunny enough to rock these looks in reality, but you can wear them, stick on the soundtrack and pretend you’re frolocking around a Greek island in the 1970s.

New Look Denim Dungarees €20
Forever 21 Orange Maxi Skirt €16
Monki White Tunic Dress €30
Revolve Aquarius Jumpsuit €92
New Look Mom Shorts €24.99
Forever 21 Yellow Belbottoms €17.40
Boohoo Star Print Jacket €36
Dorothy Perkins Platform Boots €16



Vanessa Hudgens opted for a different date to last nights VMAs and we're so glad she did because SHEmazing! HQ now have a new style crush.

Vanessa brought along her younger sister, Stella, to the star-studded event, and the duo wowed the red carpet with their fabulous boho looks.

The High School Musical star flaunted her usual bohemian look, with a rose coloured, low-cut floral gown. She teamed the dress with gold accessories and an embellished rose-gold cast (she broke her finger earlier this month).

Ms. Hudgens, 26, wore her hair plaited like a Grecian Goddess to pull the whole look together.

Stella, 19, opted for a more edgier look as she rocked a dark, vampy lip.

Vanessa's little sister could have been the main star though as she wore an off-the-shoulder cream gown, full of silk detail and embellishment. Swoon.

She went for similar gold jewellery as Vanessa to finish off the look. 

We know Stella is the lesser-known sister, but after this red carpet appearance we're sure she's going to be on every girl's style radar. 

Earlier in the day, Vanessa tweeted behind-the-scenes pics of her and Stella getting ready for the glamorous event.

Oh, how we wish we could be a Hudgen sister.  


We can't really believe it's the end of August already. #supersadsies.

But as one month ends, another month of new fashion starts. And today, we searched our favourite high-street stores to find the best trends for you to grab before going back to college.

So if you want to up your wardrobe game, SHEmazing! has a few key trends to try to nail for your first-week-of-college outfits:


Button-down skirts

It seems the button-down, A-line skirts are here to stay for the next season. As the Seventies trend was HUGE over summer, it's going to stick around for A/W. Give denim or suede a go and you're sure to be on top of the style game when classes start back.


Shirt dresses

Shirt dresses are so simple and elegant – as well as super easy to just throw on for your 9am lecture. Chloé and Vivienne Westwood rocked the catwalk with these simple pieces but you are able to get great look-a-likes on the High Street.



The boho babe trend is back for autumn 2015 but this time round, the look has a much darker feel to it. Go for loose silhouettes and layers of moody autumnal colours to be right on trend. 



Fluffy bags, coats, gilets and shoes were a major hit on the runway for next season. So if you want to be warm, snuggly and stylish this semester – go for these cute pieces. 

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