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Postcards from LFW

Thursday, 5 October 2017



Hello hello, long time no speak! Apologies for taking so long to get another post up on here... It's been one of those summers; the kind where you need to step back and focus on other priorities. I moved flat at the end of August, followed by a lovely 10-day trip to Spain and have been doing a bit of juggling with some projects and not to forget my career too. After a manic few months and some big decisions to make, I'm back, and what better way to start than with London Fashion Week...



Blouse | Zara (similar)
Corduroy Trousers | Mango
Sunglasses | Mango
Bag | ChloĆ©
Boots | Mango (similar)

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Trench | Topshop
Jeans | Topshop
Bag | ChloĆ©
Tee | Topshop
Hat | Topshop

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Crazy doesn't even begin to cover what going to London Fashion Week is really like. Some people love it, others hate it but my stance is that it's a relatively short period twice a year where you get to celebrate the industry and have a bit of fun! I don't tend to take things too seriously, especially when it comes to fashion. I always head to The Apartment to hang out and meet new bloggers, it's a chance to network with likeminded people and discover new brands. The shows and presentations are great too - but having only attended for two days this season I only had time for a small handful (which is probably enough for me, I'm not sure I could handle the full five days anymore!) As much as I adore the theatrical presence of the huge shows and designers, I've discovered that it's discovering emerging talent I enjoy the most - Edeline Lee's collection was fantastic, totally wearable and extremely elegant.

Now, onto the outfits. For day one, I chose a head-to-toe seventies inspired look, there's no denying that it's my favourite decade of fashion. After pining after the dusty pink Isabel Marant corduroy trousers, I found a wide leg pair in Mango - my absoloute go-to brand at the moment (for price + quality). I paired them with some of last season's Mango snakeskin heeled boots (to be honest, they were the only pair that stopped the trousers from touching the ground!) and a cotton ruffle blouse from Zara, which I tucked in and then chucked over a faux fur from Whistles (not pictured) to glam it all up a notch.

For day two, I decided to tone it down with some Topshop denim from The Apartment (the cropped wide legs are amazing!), a simple black tee, western chelsea boots and a khaki trench coat. Not to forget the corduroy baker boy hat (how could either looks not incorporate corduroy in some way or another?!)


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