Monday, 24 February 2014

The Lazy Blogger

So this is my first official outfit post since errr god knows when. Feeling like a real lazy blogger. Recently I've been finding it really hard to find the time to blog. As I'm sure most of you will know I started a new job in January and I'm still working in my old job part-time as well, so its a 6 day week for me... which means most sundays are spent catching up on everything else I need to do (mainly sleeping!)

I'm still taking outfit posts with my iPhone so this is why I've been blogging less, as my photo quality isn't as good as it has been. BROKEN camera problems... hopefully this should (touch wood) all be getting sorted this weekend, so watch this  s p a c e ! !

You would think (hope) i'd have loads to share with you but really my life is plodding along quite drama free and un-eventfull. I hope you have all caught up on my post all about my holiday to Egypt - if not take a look here!

The hat I'm wearing is there pictures has barely left my head since the day I brought it, I feel so 'made in chelsea' whenever I wear it which I love. I just think that even teamed with quite a plain outfit it always adds a bit of interest.

 Where From?
Hat - H&M
Jeans - Topshop
Jumper - H&M
Coat - Topshop
Bag - Mulberry
Boots - eBay

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Wednesday, 19 February 2014

LFW A/W 2014 : My Picks

Sadly I wasn't so fortunate to be at London Fashion Week this year, but don't you worry I still got my full update. I thought I would share with you some of my favourite picks from the shows.

                           Topshop Unique

Topshop Unique once again really did steal the show for me, amazing how they are so interactive and stream the show live for everyone to watch so even us who weren't lucky enough to get tickets can watch from the comfort of our own homes. I feel like Topshop Unique show their designs in such a good way which looks good on catwalk but also still looks wearable, which can't be said for all designers.

Felder Felder

I have to say this year I was really wowed the FelderFelder, which isn't a brand I can say I knew much about but some of their mesh pieces are to die for! I saw a lot of feathers in some of their clothing which looked incredible.

Holly Fulton

Holly Fulton is again another designer which I haven't heard a lot about before, but her designs were just immaculate, lots of clean cut pieces in a range of colours and patterns. I think I could quite happily buy all of her collection.

I saw some other great designs from Temperley London, Matthew Williamson, Mary Katrantzou, Barbara CasasolaMichael van der Ham, Issa and more.


Mary Katrantzou

Matthew Williamson

If any of you were lucky enough to go to any of London Fashion Week, I'm very jelous!

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