Sponsored: Summer style steals

Summer is just around the corner, and that can only mean one thing – parties! From barbeques and festivals to alfresco cocktails before you hit the clubs, you’re going to need some cute summer dresses and sexy Saturday night outfits. With a wide range of strapless, bodycon and maxi dresses available, there’s something out there to suit everyone – whether you’ve got pins like Pixie, a bum like J-Lo or thighs like Rihanna. By taking inspiration from some of the UK’s biggest style icons, you can get the A-list look for yourself this season, with a dress to suit every occasion.

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Millie Mackintosh: cocktails with the girls

We’re all envious of her luscious legs, sun-kissed skin and perfect hair, but you don’t have to be from Chelsea to get Millie’s sophisticated style. Recently announced as the new face of the Lipsy VIP range, she’s been spotted stepping out in glamorous maxi dresses with thigh-length splits and feminine prom-style frocks – living proof that it’s easy to recreate the polished Made in Chelsea look on the high street.

Tulisa: outdoor get-togethers

The X Factor may not be on air at the moment, but that doesn’t mean Tulisa’s lost the style factor. Ditching tracksuits for dresses, her makeover was complete as soon as she landed the job as the talent show judge. And she’s gone from strength to strength, quickly becoming a fashion icon to rival even Cheryl. From the slinky silver number in her latest music video, to more casual dresses with colourful prints, she’s constantly mixing it up. Dress up an outfit by adding a pair of black heels and a glittery handbag, or dress it down with cowboy boots for a more ghetto-chic look – perfect for festival season.

 Amy Childs: a night on the tiles

One glance around your local nightclub will tell you that almost every girl wants the Amy Childs look. With her sultry eye makeup, golden tan and flawless hair, it’s clear that Amy puts a lot of effort into looking glam – especially as nights out are all about glitter, sequins and sparkle. But if vajazzling doesn’t take your fancy, try embellishment on your dress instead – lace or studded detail can really make sure you stand out from the crowd. If you’re short on preparation, you can’t go wrong by turning to the classic little black dress. A timeless and versatile piece, it should be a staple of any girl’s wardrobe.

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