Spotting cool outfits is one of my main highlights of London fashion week as London fashionistas have such a unique and diverse sense of style. Its impressive how the people I snapped were able to mix designer, high street and vintage to create bold looks that stood out without being ridiculous. So here’s my little tribute so London Fashion Week streetstyle. I wanted to take more as there were so may great outfits but it was too rainy and I didn’t want my new SLR to get wet. I’m inspired to start doing streetstyle posts more often as I always see extremely well dressed Londoners on a daily basis and would like to show the world how stylish we are in our day to day lives (excluding myself as I get dressed half asleep most days sadly).
Some of my fashion week looks which were mainly cute dresses paired with jewellery from Realm of Treasure, the e-boutique that I am about to launch! The black dress is from day one and I had a great start after bumping in to fellow blogger Marshal Campbell, of Style of a London Tall Girl and one of my favourite singer/ song writers; the talented and beautiful Lianne La Havas. The blue lace dress is from an antiques /vintage market at Clingancourt, north of Paris. I wore it on the penultimate day of London Fashion Week, when I also attended a charity dinner organised Tottenham hotspurs footballer Jermaine Defoe’s foundation which is raising funds for a Children’s Home in St Lucia (blog post coming soon!).
Mulan Itoje from Britain and Irelands Next top model season 9, blogger desiree , girls from Lulu Liu and another stylish blogger.
The first fashionista is a designers assistant who’s outfit was made by her friend. In yellow the gorgeous fashion student lucky enough to be studying in Florence bought this dress from a vintage shop in the region. Melissa from Melissa’s Wardrobe has nailed the monochrome look and super blogger Susie bubble is rocking vintage and is colourful as always.
Designer Liora Lasalle does casual but funky very well and the following fashionistas had completely different but equally fabulous styles.