High Street Fashion Callenge
It’s London Fashion Week, which means I am consumed with fashion: what’s in fashion, what’s not, who are the up-and-coming designers…and more importantly: what the hell do I wear?! So I decided, this fashion week, to set myself the task of only wearing clothes from the High Street. It’s not exactly hard, as the number of designer clothes I own I can count on one hand. However, it is a challenge. I hope I do you proud.
|Knee length checked coat, Zara, Shirt, gap, Jeans, Topshop, Watch, Gc, boots, Office, Statement Bag, Theory|
I’ve gone for classics with a twist and intermixed my boyish classics with a hint of neon and unexpected details. Sometimes the details make all the difference and can really up level your outfit! The socks (just seen under my rolled up jeans) are a graphic Marni-esque print, from H&M.
The neon bag is my favourite of the season from Theysken’s Theory. I’m allowed one show-stopper, right?! This is sure to turn a few heads. I think it really picks up my style with the pop of colour! It’s a real ‘classics’ store, I only have a few things but they have lasted really well.
Inside the Theysken’s Theory bag….
My Fashion Week essentials:
- Oyster card
- Smith’s lipbalm
- MAC lipstick in ‘Vegas Volt’
- Glasses cleaning cloth
- Smythson Panama notebook (for all the tips I want to share with you)
|Bracelets can really lift an outfit, I love these from Dannijo|
Read mine and the Red Fashion Team’s London Fashion Week blog on http://www.redonline.co.uk/fashion/fashion-blog
Or why not check out Day 2 of LFW here I was at shows from 9am to 7pm! As a result it was exhausting but exhilarating, I chat about my favourite show of the day and, a trend that is back in fashion (one of my favourites) and highlight set design.
Love your outfit, may I ask what self tan (if any) you are wearing as it looks so natural?
Thanks! I am so glad someone asked, want to do a whole post on fake tan, as I always use it but don't think I 'look' like I do! I use either Decleor or Clarins. I don't think you should scrimp. These are quite strong, so you only need to apply once or maybe twice a week.