Whilst my first look for London Fashion Week was all about the 70's trend, I went for a sleeker look for day two. The focal point being stripes, of course, I went full on Zebra in this amazing suit from Zara and favourite sunglasses by Balenciaga. The gilet was a spur of the moment decision but I absolutely love how it finished the outfit, it proves sometimes leaving things to the last minute is best.





My bag, believe it or not is by Pauls Boutique. Now you may remember them differently, but over the past year they've had a huge rebrand and have pulled out some incredible minimalistic pieces, check them out here. Though, I did accessorise with a not so minimalistic bit of fluff that I picked up at the Dune press day, who can resist something so pretty and soft? I loved the texture combination between it and the grey suede panel on the bag too. I can proudly say I kept these damn boots on all day, as not to ruin the outfit, but I swear to god those cobbles lining the grounds of Somerset House will surely be the death of me one day. Watching fashion folk try to coordinate the cobbles in heels like watching a group of well dressed Bambi's on ice. Apologies for the lack of articles last week, as I mentioned I've been interning on the Fashion Desk at The Times. I'm completely in my element and loving every second of it, so you'll have to excuse me whilst I'm a little M.I.A, but there's lot's of fashion week posts brewing, so bare with me!



Whilst my first look for London Fashion Week was all about the 70's trend, I went for a sleeker look for day two. The focal point being stripes, of course, I went full on Zebra in this amazing suit from Zara and favourite sunglasses by Balenciaga. The gilet was a spur of the moment decision but I absolutely love how it finished the outfit, it proves sometimes leaving things to the last minute is best.





My bag, believe it or not is by Pauls Boutique. Now you may remember them differently, but over the past year they've had a huge rebrand and have pulled out some incredible minimalistic pieces, check them out here. Though, I did accessorise with a not so minimalistic bit of fluff that I picked up at the Dune press day, who can resist something so pretty and soft? I loved the texture combination between it and the grey suede panel on the bag too. I can proudly say I kept these damn boots on all day, as not to ruin the outfit, but I swear to god those cobbles lining the grounds of Somerset House will surely be the death of me one day. Watching fashion folk try to coordinate the cobbles in heels like watching a group of well dressed Bambi's on ice. Apologies for the lack of articles last week, as I mentioned I've been interning on the Fashion Desk at The Times. I'm completely in my element and loving every second of it, so you'll have to excuse me whilst I'm a little M.I.A, but there's lot's of fashion week posts brewing, so bare with me!


4 comments

  1. I always remember Pauls Boutique as being neon pink and plastic....this however is the complete opposite I love it. You look amazing too x

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  2. You look absolutely incredible - everything about this outfit is amazing!

    Charlotte - styleaked

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  3. This outfit is insane, I love how you've styled it x

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