Out of this world! Space Age fashion from Debenhams, Miss Selfridge, Next, Asos, Boohoo
Get Space Age style this season
Space age was the surprising catwalk hit of the season, championed by the likes of Chanel and Balenciaga and embraced by the high street.
Consisting of silver, metallic and sequinned pieces, it is perfect for the upcoming party season to help you look out of this world!
This Peacocks party dress will help you sparkle
The futuristic fashion look works particularly well in sixties style silhouettes, largely influenced by the likes of Pierre Cardin.
This amazing vintage inspired dress with bell sleeves and an almost computer graphic style weave is a great and easy dress for parties this winter and at only £22 from Peacocks, you cant really go wrong.
A soft a-line fit, you will fill totally comfortable whilst looking uber glamorous too.
Pair with some chandelier earrings, a cocktail ring and a metallic heel to finish the look.
Model above wears: Dress, £22, Peacocks; Shoes, £36, Next; Earrings, £15, Asos
Make space age perfect for evening wear
Silver puffa coats have very much been the surprise winner this season, with more high street retailers jumping on the bandwagon of this sporty silhouette in AW17’s hottest hue.
If you haven’t picked your coat for the season, remember it will be cold until at least March next year, so grab yourself a coat that will cheer you up in the cold.
This silver puffa from Miss Selfridge is great for a boxing day walk.
Looking to do Space Age metallics for New Year’s Eve ball?
Then this incredible, bias cut, gun metal silver dress from Ghost could be the answer.
A stunning silhouette that skims the body, this dress is so elegant and an very chic way to turn heads as you close out 2017.
Team with a simple diamond necklace and matching drop earrings.
Model above wears: Coat, £65, Miss Selfridge; Dress, £395, Ghost
Wear double sequins this Christmas
This is the one time of year where you can easily get away with double sequins, making this cute sequin co-ordinate at the top of our shopping list.
The asymmetric hem skirt with open back top from Miss Selfridge shows just how well the high street does glitz and glamour.
Wear these pieces together for a full on space age vibe or team either piece with black for a more relaxed way to do sparkle this Christmas.
Add some colour with one of the high streets bright statement earrings such as these amazing perspex pair from Toolally.
Model above wears: Jacket, £49; skirt, £75, Miss Selfridge; Top, £18, V by Very; Boots, £39, Debenhams; Earrings, £45, Toolally
Try silver washed jeans this season
The denim momentum has not slowed down yet and as design companies work out new finishes and treatments, denim has gone from a workwear item to party perfect dressing.
These incredible, metallic wash jeans are great for those looking for an outfit that takes them into the evening without being a typical ‘dressy’ look.
With a good amount of stretch, these Red Herring at Debenhams jeans are easy to dress up with a complimentary silver weave blazer.
Better still both these items can be worked back into your wardrobe with more casual pieces, such as teaming the blazer with black jeans or wearing metallic jeans in the day with a cream sweater.
Don’t forget the accessories, we love this reflective, silver bag from Moschino.
A metallic handbag is something you will pull out every season so splashing out on this designer version is a real investment.
Model above wears: Jacket, £39.99, H&M; Top, £225, Marc Cain; Trousers, £30, Red Herring at Debenhams; Shoes, £36, Next; Bag, £185, Love Moschino at Very Exclusive; Earrings, £12.99, Pilgrim
Add iridescent fabrics to this look
With metallic being so prevalent on the high street for A/W17, it isn’t just Christmas party dresses that are getting that touch of glitter.
Want a more androgynous take on the style?
Then try these amazing bedazzled tailored trousers from Marlene Birger at Very Exclusive for size.
These slim leg trousers, with pin tuck front and high waist work perfectly for the office with a crisp white shirt during those festive months and then switch instantly to a party ready look with an iridescent top that will pick up the light as you get down on the dance floor.
Finish off the look with a pair of statement earrings.
Model above wears: Dark blue top, £75; light blue top, £75, both My Galavant; Trousers, £155, By Marlene Birger at Very Exclusive; Shoes, £39, Debenhams; Earrings, £379, Sif Jakobs
Try a t-shirt under a party dress
While the space age trend relies largely on silver hues, the high street has offered up metallic versions of several of our favourite colours and this pink strapless dress with a metallic woven thread from Forever Unique is a great example of how to do this trend in a really pretty way.
This gorgeous full skirted dress (with pockets!) is a really flattering fit as it nips you in at the waist, creating an hour glass silhouette.
This dress is very much on the occasion wear side of party dresses but take a leaf out of Kate Moss’s book and pair down strapless dresses by wearing them over a t-shirt, like this Versus Versace piece from Very Exclusive, this instantly adds a more casual vibe.
Model above wears: Dress, £299.99, Forever Unique; Top, £225, Versus at Very Exclusive; Boots, £40, V by Very
Lights throughout £63 each, Amara
Stylist Rivkie Baum
Photographer Roberto Aguilar
Hair and Makeup Enzo Volpe using Too Faced and Alterego
Fashion Assistant Abby McHale
Model Dominika at Next