GET THE LOOK: Cannes Film Festival 2017

Kendall, Bella, Rihanna and more

Cannes Film Festival seems to be less about the films and more about the fashion, but we’re okay with that. Some of our fave stars have been swanning around the sunny French city in beautiful gowns and even more beautiful (and expensive) jewellery.

But worry not, we’re sharing some high street steals to get the look for less.

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Feeling so lucky ❤️..

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Bella looks stunning in a red Dior dress and Bulgari serpent necklace. We can’t even imagine how many ££££ it cost, but due to the fancy-dress-vibes there are loads of cheap alternatives. Go for a super cheap (£2.99) costume one from eBay or this slighly more expensive (£17.45) Swarovski one. If you’re looking for a more subtle option then try a cuff, like this slinky snake from Rock n Rose (£21).

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We’re not sure how we feel about Kendall’s dress, but without a doubt her Chopard diamond jewellery is stunning. Downsize that huge ring to a more wearable Pandora option (£60) and channel those silver drop earrings with these from New Look (£9.99).

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there she is… #RihannaLovesChopard

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Rihanna also wore amazing jewellery by Chopard (they were sponsors of the festival) but hers was a colourful statement piece. This necklace from ALDO (£35) is different colours but packs the same punch.

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Later Cannes 👋🏽

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For a cool off-duty look Emily Ratajkowski paired her sea blue bikini with cool shades and thick gold hoops. Claire’s have a similar pair of hoops (£1.50 – bargain!!) and her sunglasses look like cult favourite Ray Ban Rounds, which are a little more pricey (£125) but an investment piece.

There you go, we hope we’ve shown you that there are always high street options for celeb’s best accessories.

Au revoir until next year Cannes.

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