Tuesday Choose Day: Time to vote for (and buy!) your favourite products in this week’s edit of our Fashion Editor’s favourite picks

Tuesday Choose Day: Time to vote for (and buy!) your favourite products in this week's edit of our Fashion Editor's favourite picks

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The loyal fans amongst you likely already know exactly what the phrase ‘Tuesday Choose Day’ means, but for those of you so far unaware… you’re in for a real treat.

Have you ever seen an item of clothing or an accessory in the pages of your favourite magazine (GLAMOUR UK) or on your favourite fashion website (glamourmagazine.co.uk) and wondered what your friends/colleagues would say if you wore it? Whether you’d get admiring or confused looks on the street? Or even whether it’s just you that doesn’t quite *get it*? After all, fashion is subjective and one woman’s trash (super old and scuffed designer mules) is another woman’s treasure (vintage! Dior! mules!).

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While fashion is also a very individual, personal thing, it’s a very human emotion to care what people think. Whether or not it’s cool to admit it, the opinions of others matters.

One of @glamouruk’s most popular Instagram story series to date, Tuesday Choose Day gives you, our reader, the chance to try your hand at being a fashion critic; voting on products selected by our Fashion Editor as some of the hottest of the week and finding out whether your opinion falls amongst the majority or the minority.

From summer dresses to sandals, jackets to jewellery, trainers to totes… we highlight – and want your opinion on – everything and anything that could possibly constitute a wardrobe update.

Head to @glamouruk’s Instagram stories to vote, and (almost more importantly) scroll down below here to shop.

And remember, the least popular doesn’t *always* mean the least stylish; high fashion doesn’t always have mass market appeal. Perhaps you’re a more discerning fashion critic than you give yourself credit for…


Long-Sleeved, £25.99, Zara ~ vs ~ Puff Sleeved, £715, Cecilie Bahnsen


Tiered, £135, & Other Stories ~ vs ~ Floral, £475, Matteau


Chunky, £125, Arket ~ vs ~ Slimline, £28, Topshop


70s Vibe, £11.20, ASOS ~ vs ~ 90s Vibe, £19.99, Mango


Dress & Cardi, £179.98, Zara ~ vs ~ Tracksuit, £25, Nasty Gal


Earrings, £275, Simone Rocha ~ vs ~ Bracelet, £111, Maria Black

Head to @glamouruk to vote in this week’s Tuesday Choose Day poll…

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