Seeing stars: London Fashion Week 2017

Fashion Week season is upon us, and this time round I was lucky enough to live right in the heart of the action in London.

But what to wear when you’re going to be surrounded by the city’s most stylish people? Here’s my Saturday outfit.


Top: Out of the Ordinary Clothing; Trousers: Topshop; Jacket: Elsie and Fred; Boots: Boohoo; Bag: Topshop

The great thing about London Fashion Week for me is that anything goes. There’s not an expectation to be really chic or wear expensive labels. In fact, it’s the quirky and unusual that street photographers really go for.

So with that in mind, I wanted to pick an outfit that I felt was really ‘Alice’. I love these orange flares so it was great to get to show them off again, with some fun new pieces I’ve picked up over the last year.


I will never not love this jacket. I think London Fashion Week more than any other is a real showcase of independent brands, so I wanted to do my bit and avoid dressing top-to-toe High Street.  I’m glad I wore this Elsie and Fred number, as it got a lot of attention… though I never know how to stand when someone is taking a photo of my back!




Another indie brand I wore was Out of the Ordinary Clothing, who sell this fabulous star-print top. I discovered the brand on Instagram and knew instantly I needed this top in my life! At £28 it was a bargain too.

With working full time I only had a chance to soak in the Fashion Week atmosphere for a day, but it was great fun!

Always be true to your own look- that’s what makes you stylish.



1 Comment

  1. […] Out of The Ordinary’s clothes are. Their star print wrap blouse was a key part of my Fashion Week look and I can’t wait to explore more of what the brand has to […]

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