We’re embracing the colour of luck and prosperity this Chinese New Year with splashes of vermilion and swathes of chinoiserie. Gong xi fa cai!
Get the look: From the high-end to the high street, Team Y helps you to get the look
We’re in love with this investment-piece of a dream dress from Vivienne Tam with its delicate multi-coloured embroidery on striped lace that requires no accessories at all (although a pair of dangling gold earrings wouldn’t hurt)! Price: RO888.1.
We love the ornate femininity of this icy blue jacquard Mandarin-collared tunic dress from Miss Selfridge – and you will too. Hang it in your closet for RO29.2.
Make these cotton slim-fit trousers from MANGO your starting point when pulling together a bold top-half. Pair them with a chinoiserie-style blazer or flowy silk kimono, and job done! Grab them for RO15.3.
Unleash the dragon in a light-as-air collared tee from Promod that’s both pretty and fierce. Match it with a pair of white skinnies to anchor the look. Own it for RO11.5.
If red is the colour of joy, luck and happiness, then our smiles are pretty wide in these fiery pair of cherry-red Corneille pumps from Christian Louboutin. Dare to make them yours for RO267.2.
Not ready to commit to full-on chinoiserie-chic? Why not accessorise instead and make a statement with a boldly-beautiful embroidered canvas handbag from none other than Christian Dior? Invest in it for RO1,653.
The more embellished the pattern the more muted your accessories should be. Balance your Oriental ensemble with an eye-catching pair of gold drop-hoops, like this pair from H&M. Price: RO2.6.