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PrettyLitttleThing have gifted us with yet another gorgeous collection from TV presenter and BBC Radio One DJ Maya Jama.

The stunning and versatile 'It Girl' is modelling the brand new collaboration, and BOY are we impressed with the new drop.

There's snakeskin, vinyl trenchcoats, faux fur jackets, zany prints, bold colours, relaxed urban tracksuits with chunky trainers and curve-hugging outfits; something for every body.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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She's a definite style goddess, and this is a sequel that's not to be missed. The second collection has some seriously sizzlin' pieces that we need in our wardrobes A-to-the-SAP.

Maya Jama worked alongside the brand's in-house team to design another sure-fire sell out collection, with a whopping 82 pieces available in sizes four up to 24.

Maya's personal style is immediately recognised, and the perfect lewks are combined with on-trend transitional pieces that merge streetwear with night attire. Think comfy but sexy:

We are DROOLING over the PVC pieces, as well as those gorgeous accessories to match, like berets and faux fur handbags.

Speaking on the PLT x Maya Jama second collaboration, the radio DJ said;

“I was so overwhelmed at the response and support for my first collection with PLT. It did so well that I couldn’t be more excited to unveil my second. Once again, it’s a total reflection of my character and personal style."

"I’m always on the move and so I’ve designed this collection for every girl, from size 4-24, so they’ve got the perfect look from day to night.”

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The 25-year-old is currently dating UK grime artist Stormzy, and features on the brand's new podcast, PLT: Behind Closed Doors.

The collection includes athleisure feels, sporty separates and oversized sweater dresses, paired with chunky trainers by day and over the knee boots by night. Nail those cool but comfortable looks with Maya Jama's range.

They've also got teddy bear tracksuits for the ultimate snug feel, but we are DYING to get these three pieces especially:

A pink suede jumpsuit, Aaliyah-style 90s denim wide-leg trousers and matching zip-up crop top, and a VINYL trenchcoat. These will grab attention for all the right reasons, trust us.

In conclusion:

Look= Served.

Wig= Snatched.

Head= Scalped.

If you want to immerse yourself in fashion that makes you look and feel good, don't play by the rules this season and check out Maya Jama's collection. 

These clothes will hug you in all the right places, we've already added all 82 pieces to our carts. (Zero self-control)

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It happens every year.

We get our spy gear ready, complete with night vision goggles, Google maps and  snacks, of course. We buckle ourselves up for our long-awaited search, the hunt for that jaw-dropping, glamorous, PERFECT….

Winter coat.

Every woman needs a casual must-have jacket for the chilly season, and Penney's have DELIVERED, with a snakeskin cherry on top.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Snakeskin is absolutely everywhere right now, most likely due to Taylor Swift's iconic Reputation album and added snake theme for her immense world tour.

Animal print is the ideal way to make a statement.

You want to be the first person noticed in the Christmas decorated rooms, and the way to do this is by nabbing the most stunning coat in the fashion business.

This puffer jacket is cosy AF, not to mention cheap.

Penneys, €30

At €30, just think how much cash dollah you're saving for your Christmas shopping.

You can accomplish just about anything in the right coat, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Penneys for keeping us warm without robbing our bank balance of it's dignity.

Say thank u, next to the cold this season, fashion has saved you.

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When it comes to shopping for winter clothes, coats rank as one of the bigger-ticket investment pieces that should be taken more serious than the rest. 

The expectation is that it will last you for years and years, not just one single season; so if you want to nab the best coat you can find, follow these five simple rules so you won't be left with dreaded buyer's remorse: 

Avoid extreme trends

Tha goal is to  buy a coat that will give you a lot of mileage – not just a one hit wonder. It's better to go back to basics for this one and not buy into any extreme trends; what's in this winter season might not be next year. 

 

Go for a neutral colour palette or a safe pattern

A black or navy coat will always work but if you want something a bit fresher, opt for grey, camel or army green. When going for a pattern, stay safe such as check or tartan, 

 

Find a silhouette for all occasions

For a practical investment, your best bet is to buy a coat that ties around the waist, is minimal at the front and has a nice collar. This will suits all styles and occasions, whether you're going to work or out for dinner. Fitted coats always look better than oversized ones. 

 

Stick with looser-fit sleeves

We're constantly layering our outfits these days, so to avoid being bundled up and not being able to move your arms, opt for a loose-fit sleeve. You'll thank us later. 

 

Keep length in mind

Gravitate towards a coat that hits the knee or just above. Those are the most flattering and functional. While long coats are very chic, they aren't as functional for everyday use. 

 

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