If you read my last post you’ll know I was lucky enough to go London Fashion Week. So now for the bit you’re all really interesting in- what the heck did I wear?!?
Top: eBay; Trousers: Missguided; Necklace: Claire’s; Belt: Boden; Jacket: eBay; Rucksack: eBay
It was all about comfort for my 4 and a half hour train journey down south. Nonetheless, I was not prepared to sacrifice style- I was going to Laaandaaan after all. These high-waisted trousers from Missguided were perfect, super comfy but certainly not boring!
My real saviour for travelling and indeed being at LFW itself was this rucksack-
I remember when I wouldn’t even take a backpack to school because they weren’t ‘cool’ enough. Funny how things turn around. it was the perfect size to fit a spare pair of shoes (which turned out to be essential!) and all my other bits and pieces while scoring some serious fashion points. Result!
Top: Topshop; Skirt: Topshop; Shoes: Jimmy Choo; Sunglasses: eBay
What a day! I really didn’t know what to expect when I teetered down to Somerset House but within moments I was having my photograph taken. My holographic skirt was a huge hit. I got told I looked like a mermaid a few times which was much appreciated!
For my make up I decided to go for a subtle smokey eye created using a khaki eye shadow and paired it with a bold, berry lip. Eh voila-
One of my Fashion Week highlights has to be when Maybelline asked to take my picture and I ended up on their Instagram. So yeah, y’all can now contact me through my PA- all requests in writing please…
Dress: Zara; Hat: eBay; Sandals: River Island; Bag: Asos; Necklace: eBay
I wanted to use my time in London to be brave and really embrace the bold look I wanted to wear without the fear of being judged. I went for a Bohemian-themed style for day two, based around this glorious floaty dress from Zara. Of course, a large bag was obligatory, as was some standard Alice embellishment in the form of these beaded sandals from River Island.
Personally, I am loving this quirky turban hat.With its rich, emerald shade and indulgent velvet material, I felt like an Indian princess. Would I wear it up the local High Street though? Probably not!
So that was my time at London Fashion Week. Hopefully I’ll get to do it all again in February!
What were your favourite looks from LFW? Leave your thoughts in the comments below.