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This week Charley recreates the chic look of Andrea from the movie, Devil Wears Prada.

Nestled chronologically between Sex and the City and Gossip Girl (with the same stylist as the former), The Devil Wears Prada is a witty, gritty insight into the cut-throat world of fashion journalism that couldn't have come at a better time to give us our fix of fashion inspiration. Despite its angle, this film is a pure feel-good outing that shows how hard graft can eventually earn you your big break in journalism, and how looking catwalk-fabulous can be – literally – just another day at the office! The costumes are genuine designer pieces, so the detail, use of fabrics and eclectic combinations never fail to dazzle; from sculptural cropped jackets to quirky tweed berets and Chanel signature pearls. I chose the top ten DIYs that captured those elements and can inspire you to add a touch of opulence with ease. How the devil will you wear yours?

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