For fashion lovers, apps have revolutionised the way we interact with our favourite brands. Websites that previously weren’t smart phone–friendly are now packaged into neat programs, allowing us to browse categories with ease and order at a touch of a button. My favourite function? The “saved items” folder.

Acting as your very own virtual clothes rail, this simple solution allows me to bookmark the pieces that have caught my eye. It’s also the perfect way to step back and mull on a potential purchase, rather than ending up in a panic-buy situation. There’s nothing more satisfying than coming back to my wish list after a few days and being able to cherrypick the pieces that still set my heart racing and deleting those that don’t.

This is one of my favourite dresses from my latest shopping column. I added it to my wish list straight after I tried it on.
Yes, I already own a vinyl coat, but I can make room for another. 
I love anything with contrasting stitching right now.
I also want them in the lime colourway. 
I’ll of course be wearing this chic blouse with flared jeans. 
Can’t get enough of tiger print at the moment. 
I’ve seen this in real life, and it looks seriously expensive.
Just look at that collar.
Covered buttons make anything look instantly more premium. 
The neck-tie detail on this maxi is so me.
That slip skirt now comes in a peach perfect shade. 
I would tie the cute exaggerated collar at the neck. 
I told you this is the top every cool-girl in London is wearing. 
A linen-mix blazer for under £50–sold.
I love well-fitting trousers, and these would be so perfect for work.
The perfect black blazer does exist. 

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