MUSE: Naomi Shimada

Multi-talented model, author and podcaster Naomi Shimada knows how to have fun and experiment with a rainbow of colours when it comes to event dressing. Take inspiration from her upbeat ensembles and loan a dress in a floral print or a sugary shade of candy pink, lilac or lemon. Add a colour pop with accessories such as mules, a handy side bag, acetate sunglasses or perhaps even a fascinator if you’re in the mood. For the rest of the month, tea dresses can easily be pared back with sneakers or slides and a slouchy sweater worn overtop.

Maggie Marilyn It’s Up To You Knotted Crepe Midi Dress
Joseph Ramie Voile Daison Dress
Hayley Menzies Paisley Green Maxi Dress
Ciao Lucia Gabriela Wave Dress




MUSE: Chloe Sevigny

A red carpet sweetheart, the ever-stylish actress Chloe Sevigny dishes up sartorial inspiration in spades. Take cues from her retro sensibility by experimenting with oversized collars, ruffles and puff sleeves in charming patterns such as polka dots or wallpaper florals. She makes a great case for styling a jumpsuit for a wedding too – add a red lip and a vintage evening bag. These versatile dresses can easily be worn over the rest of the month, styled with sandals or boots, try layering over a roll-neck knit for a nod to the “librarian chic” look that Sevigny does so well, spectacles optional.

Baum & Pferdgarten Adalane Cloudy Puff Sleeve Dress
Sea NY Hazel Eyelet Collar Jumpsuit
Olivia Rose The Label Manon Dress
Alexachung Vivian Gathered Tie Waist Dress




MUSE: Pernille Teisbaek

Stylist and creative director Pernille Teisbaek is known for sporting minimalist looks that play on proportion in a considered colour palette. Her Scandinavian sensibility extends to her special occasion outfits too, favouring voluminous dresses that are still structured and clean. Think gathered tiers, A-line cuts and and sculptural sleeves – if you’re dressing a bump, Teisbaek’s style provides plenty of inspiration too. Go for a simple evening bag, layers of gold jewellery and a strappy shoe. Beyond the wedding, dress down bolder pieces with a T-shirt or silky shirt and boots for everyday wear.

Stine Goya Ferrah Blouse
Stine Goya Bladi Satin Midi Skirt
Designers, Remix Claire Wrap Dress
Souer Violet Wrap Mini Dress
Stine Goya Jasmine Botanical Dress



MUSE: Kate Moss

No introductions necessary, Kate Moss is the queen of frocking up for a special occasion. Often opting for floral dresses that are floaty and free, take inspiration from this icon if you’re a fan of a bit of a bohemian feel with a healthy dose of glamour thrown in for good measure. Seen at many an A-list wedding, Moss keeps things a bit rock ‘n roll by styling flowing pieces with blazers, sunglasses and vintage evening bags. Flower patterned dresses pair just as well with sneakers, a basket bag and a sweater thrown over the shoulders for casual wear over the rest of the month.

Farm Rio Floral Cashew Wrap Midi Dress
By Malene Birger Velour Rouched Midi Dress
By Malene Birger Paine Sleeveless Tea Dress
House of Dagmar Kin Blossom Print Midi Dress



MUSE: Paloma Elsesser

Model and body advocate Paloma Elsesser has a wardrobe full of FIRE looks that will have you in the mood to experiment and try something new. Whether it’s a standout print such as leopard or a bright abstract rendition, go for figure hugging silhouettes that are cut on the bias and sweeping midi skirts. Opt for accessories with an element of surprise such as a scarf, sculptural heels or a metallic mini bag. For a more casual take, pair these playful dresses with loafers, a blazer, or try layering over palazzo pants to take you through the rest of the month with ease.

Ciao Lucia Silk Leopard Print Federika Dress
Tela Folclore Cut-Out Dress
Stine Goya Arlinda Draped Crepe Midi Dress
By Malene Birger Asther Contrast Leopard Print Dress



MUSE: Bianca Jagger

A bona fide icon, Bianca Jagger has graced many a glamorous party in her time. An original “it girl”, Jagger has gone on to spearhead her own Human Rights Foundation. This Studio 54 favourite proves the power of languid dresses, her style is also a great reference point for wearing separates to a special event. Try out maxi dresses that have a resort feel, or experiment with silky separates and a tailored blazer. When it comes to accessories, costume jewels with a vintage feel or sheer tights add a bit of luxe. For the rest of the month, slinky trousers or shirts can easily be pared back with jeans and T-shirts for everyday wear.

Souer Clint Tailored Check Blazer
Rodebjer Wanda Maxi Dress
Shrimps Blanka Straight Leg Floral Trousers
Shrimps Amelia Double Collar Blouse



Keep us in the loop by using the hashtag #ImWithOnloan next time your post your loaned looks to the ‘gram. If you’re still need of more style inspiration, have a read of tips for finding a floral print to suit your mood, or check out this cool maternity style.