Scary Spice

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Gin­ger Spice

Red­heads fi­nally got their own emo­jis last month — and how bet­ter to cel­e­brate than Gin­ger wear­ing a lorry-load of se­quins cour­tesy of Halpern Stu­dio. Maybe a mini-dress, maybe flares, maybe a minidress over flares? And since the name is Gin­ger Spice, not honey-blon­de­high­light spice, here’s hop­ing a trip to the salon is on the cards . . . Back in the day, Scary was known for leop­ard print and cat­suits — and some­times for leop­ard print cat­suits; she cham­pi­oned man­re­pelling fash­ion be­fore it was a trend. Tom Ford’s neon leop­ard suit is spot on. Or she could ask to bor­row that stand-out leop­ard coat from Vic­to­ria Beck­ham’s AW18 cat­walk col­lec­tion.

Sporty Spice

I would’ve thought this one was a no-brainer. In the nineties, Mel C’s Fila- and adi­das-lo­goed sta­ples would’ve seen her stopped at the door of any night­club, but that was be­fore the ath­leisure move­ment made sports­wear a wearevery­where sta­ple. I’d rec­om­mend a look at the Fenty x Puma col­lec­tion by Ri­hanna.

Baby Spice

Emma Bun­ton had a hard chal­lenge, dress­ing to match the moniker Baby as a 42-year-old in a #Time­sUp world. Yes, as Scar­lett Cur­tis’ new book, Fem­i­nists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies), points out, fem­i­nists can wear what­ever colour they like. I’d sug­gest this Molly God­dard tiered tulle dress, as seen on Vil­lanelle in Killing Eve? Zigazig-yah.

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