Poppy Delevingne Fashion File

Poppy Delevingne may well be the most polished woman in fashion. Rivalling Olivia Palermo for her always perfectly put together ensembles both on and off duty, Poppy is the perfect mix of girly, boho and super sexy – and she never, ever gets it wrong. Unlike tomboy sister, Cara, Poppy is definitely a girly girl. From slinky mini dresses which show off her endless legs to full on frocks covered in springtime blooms, this model isn’t afraid to tap into her feminine side. But it’s not all twee and girly, Poppy has a real penchant for boho style, often rocking printed Pucci maxis and gorgeous floaty gowns. Her dark lip and sheer dress habit also make her a permanent ‘sexiest lady’ on the red carpet too.We cannot discuss Ms Delevingne’s style without making mention of her amazing wedding dress. Actually make that two amazing wedding dresses. For her nuptials in London last summer when she tied the knot to James Cook, Poppy wowed in a jaw-dropping floor length Chanel gown (she removed the bottom to make it mini for the evening celebrations and those amazing legs made a striking appearance.) A few weeks later, Poppy turned to Pucci’s Peter Dundas to create the chicest embroidered boho dress we have ever seen for her celebrations in Morocco. She will definitely be remembered as one of the best-dressed brides of the decade.As a longtime Chanel muse and the first ever Jo Malone London girl, Poppy’s work as a model certainly lends her to wear luxe designer looks. A Burberry FROW regular, she is also champions Jonathon Saunders and Dolce & Gabbana and doesn’t limit herself when it comes to choosing who to wear. However “Popdog” – as she is nicknamed – is also a high street hottie. From Topshop on the red carpet to French Connection kimonos, Poppy loves to wear affordable fashion too. Recently announced as the face of Monsoon, her love for the high street continues to shine.Here’s our round-up of the best of Poppy Delevingne’s style. We hope you have a pen ready, it’s time to take some notes! By Amy de Klerk