|Hat: Topshop. Jacket: H&M (buy similar here). Jumper: Gant Rugger. Shirt: Eileen Fisher (buy similar here). Jeans: Paige Denim (buy similar from Topshop here). Boots: Office|
|Denim is huge for Spring (as if you didn’t know), and an oversized denim jacket is the easy way in.|
The last day of London Fashion Week is always a struggle to get out there and push on through…and I must admit, I struggled. Simply ducking in for a few presentations, I chose to spend the afternoon with some lovely friends, Anneli and Monica, instead. And I made the right choice.
We started out at Duck & Dry blow-dry bar in Chelsea (who kindly offered us to try the service). We loved the chic, relaxed vibe (and the decor is just perfect), with a cafe inside – pop in for a no-fuss blow-dry for an event (I’m thinking pre weddings).
|Us girls post blow-dry|
Then Anneli, who is set to launch a clean-living site later this week (exciting!) introduced me to one of the best raw food restaurants I’ve been to in ages – I could eat everything on the menu, for once! If you’re ever in Chelsea, then Tanya’s Cafe is a MUST. Affordable, tasty and great vibe (weekdays are better as it’s b.u.s.y on a weekend).
Well, I’d say that was much more enjoyable than rushing around Fashion Shows. Apologies for being a fashion traitor.
That’s London Fashion Week done and dusted for another season. Conclusions? Patchwork, texture and nudes all seem to big on my hitlist. And if anyone has tickets for London Fashion Weekend, I’m going to be talking about ‘How To Become A Fashion Stylist’ on Sunday. Come and say hi!