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We Won: Havetolove wins 'Best Independent Buying Team' at the buyer's Power list
We Won! - Best Independent Buying Team 

3rd August 2015.

Our buyers have won 'Best Independent Buying Team' at the Buyer's Power List, Pure London in association with WGSN at Olympia London.  A prestigious award, not only recognised by the fashion industry but also voted for by other independents.  

Kate Walton and Jill Hodgson carefully pick selected brands from around the globe and UK designers as well as their own brand which Havetolove introduced for SS15.  Kate and Jill's mission is to bring good quality, trend driven clothing at competitive prices.  The average price at Havetolove is £50.

When asked 'How do you feel about winning the award?'  Kate Walton replied 

'The award means a lot, it's great to be recognised by the fashion industry and even better that our peers voted for us.'
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Dare to Flare?? Blogger India Ward looks so Boho in our patterned flares, seen on the catwalks of Balmain And Bottega Veneta.  The 70's flare is back and we dare you to try the flare this season!  A flattering fit for most shapes, be sure to pick up a patterned pair like the Boho Printed Flares we stock for £35  Tip: Our buyers have told us the patterned flares are a lust-have for SS16 too so invest!

70's Boho Chic...

70's Boho Chic...

Is Boho Fashion back?! The last time we got this excited about maxi dresses and suede fringing was back in 2007 when Sienna Miller made boho cool.

Since then, we've been all about killer heels, bum-hugging Disco Pants and resurrecting 90s fashion in a major way, but wait! What's this? Is it time to start getting hippy chic again as celebs find their inner hippy souls!

Boho Chic is a style that is inspired by Bohemianism and the fashions of the hippie movement. It has a late ‘60s and early ‘70s flavour that is predominantly casual, although dressy versions of the style do exist too. Think bell sleeves, embroidered and smocked detailing, kimono sleeves, A-line tops, fringe, all shades of brown, high-waisted flared jeans, drawstring necklines, suede, pendant necklaces and empire cuts. It’s a very distinctive style, which is one of its strengths.

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Lindsay Lohan X Lavish Alice at www.havetolove.com

Lindsay Lohan has collaborated with British designer Lavish Alice on a new Autumn Winter 2015 collection.

The actress has created a fashion forward range consisting of bold stripes, fashionable fringing and stylish studs, ensuring that her collection is edgy and wearable.

The Mean Girls star has taken inspiration from her own wardrobe to create the affordable pieces which vary from £38-£74, and has opted for a colour palette which ensures the range is timeless.

Ms Lohan has been teasing fans with sneak peeks of the collection posted on social media over the last month.

And now it’s finally here! Lindsay Lohan’s long awaited collaboration with Lavish Alice has just launched, which means one thing ladies! Purses at the ready!

The collection, which was inspired by Lindsay’s own boho-chic style, features fringing, flares and flashes of colour.

The perfect way to tap into this season’s seventies look! One of our personal favourites is her black suede fringe mini dress, perfect for a festival or standing out from the crowd!

We are also happy to announce we are selling other chic pieces by Lindsay Lohan! Go check them out at http://www.havetolove.com/new-in-c145

The 1970's are BACK!

The 1970's are BACK!

When it comes to trialing new trends, it can all get a little bit daunting.
But rather than cowering behind your 'safe' wardrobe staples - the neutral t-shirts, skinny jeans and tailored blazers - take style inspiration from HaveToLove, who have the power to inspire catwalk trends.
With a new season of 1970s fever hitting Fashion Weeks across the globe, it's safe to say that no harm can be done from adding a classic Seventies-inspired garment or two into your wardrobe this season.
Whether they're rocking flares, mini-skirts or shearling jackets, this blog will tell you the top 5 tips to adopt the Seventies look into your life (without making you look like a dodgy extra from Top Of The Pops).
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