I used to think “I need a leather skirt” but never bought one. But every time a girl was wearing a leather skirt I thought it looked really sexy, although I was not picturing myself having one. At all. Well, now that I FINALLY got one, I don’t regret it, and that skirt – surprisingly – matches my style. It goes with everything, especially with my crop tops (those who know me well are aware of my addiction to crop tops). Oh also, have I ever shown you my favourite Nike trainers on earth?? So simple, yet so perfect. They go with any outfit, they’re comfortable, and – well – they’re Nike Free Run.
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ph: Thomas Van Cam
Here we go! London Fashion Week SS15 has finally open its doors on Friday and the runway we were all waiting for has, once again, rocked and made fashionistas go crazy. Not only the show but Cara, Jourdan Hailey Baldwin and Lily Donaldson made the crowds go insane in front of the Topshop Showspace. Lucky me, I went backstage and tried to avoid as much as possible this absolute craziness, although journalists were fighting to get a quote from Cara! Oh well, once in the showspace, the rules became more strict as Pia Mia, Daisy Lowe, Pixie Lott, Pixie Geldof and Poppy Delevingne were interviewed and took their FROW seats.
As last season, Topshop Unique has succeeded in impressing everyone with a very sixties summer collection. Topshop is well known to create retro looks and style. That’s why I even decided to dress up as a mix of 60s and 90s girl, quite Topshop-ish.
To be honest, no collection has impressed me that much so far this season. Except Pringle of Scotland that presented a gorgeous set of dresses. I will post a LFW review/report in which I will share my opinion on this fashion week. Truth is I have always preferred the Autumn Winter collections, so I have never been a huge fan of Spring Summer… it looks a bit more boring. Although I am waiting for THE label that will make me change my mind. Let me know your opinion!
outfit details below
Backstage – Jourdan Dunn
Backstage – Hailey Baldwin
Backstage – Dev Windsor
Pia Mia and me
Lily D. – off duty
Poppy looking lovely
Pixie running late in Burberry
Being street papped at Somerset Hosue with my lovely friend & blogger Cailin Klohk which has been by best partner in crime since last LFW.
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micheal kors bag
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I don’t know you, but september is here and I am starting to slightly panic
because it is time to update the wardrobe and there is one B I G issue.
I have too much clothes!!
Ok. First thing first. I should not be thinking about what I need, but what
I don’t need. Obviously, being a cool fashion girl is all about getting the latest trendy jacket, the seasonal dress and the must-have shoes. But why being so obsessed with wanting to get all these things when you know that you are never going to wear them again after this season, and store them at the back of your closet?! To be honest, it is the first time I realize this fact (also after ‘tidying up’ my closet). Let’s think practical and long-term, from now on. That is probably the best way to succeed the transition to fall in terms of style. To illustrate my statement, those are what I consider as essentials for my fall 2015 closet. Sweater for comfort, ankle boots are classics, CC foundation because… we all need one, and of course, big coat for warm body. Now. Do we really need more?
acne studios sweater. £200
h&m coat. £39.99
lancôme cc foundation. £27
jeffrey campbell boots. £125.71