I was pretty sad I didn’t get to make it to London Fashion Week this season. I’m not a massive fan of catwalks but I do enjoy seeing everyone’s street style. I had been hoping to pop down and take some photos of everyone this time round. Unfortunately I’m stuck inside and have been told not to go out by my doctor. I did go out for 5 minutes though as I really wanted to make an outfit post.
UGG recently sent me over a pair of their boots to keep me comfy and warm this LFW. Whereas unfortunately I won’t be able to run about Somerset House in them, I still love them. I’ve never owned a pair of UGG boots
before, mainly due to seeing so many poor rip-offs on the high-street. After wearing these Classic Leather UGG Boots
though I can definitely see what all the fuss is about. They’re incredibly comfortable and looked cute worn with my striped Topshop Drop Waist Tunic Dress
. Of course I choose to accessorise with a few bits of bling here and there, and my new Zara backpack. I’m so in love with how fashionable, yet functional this backpack is – well done Zara!
Did you head to London Fashion Week?
Send me your links to your street snaps, as I’d love to see them!
(Underwear & Sandals: Topshop, Blouse: Internacionale, T-shirt: Zara)
I thought I might share with you some of the fashion items I’ve been buying recently.
Don’t be surprised if you see a lot of these in my outfit shots from my holiday as that is why I bought most of them…except for the underwear, be surprised if you see those. To be honest I’d be surprised too.
Apart from a few poor pairs that I’ve bought in the past, Topshop underwear has to be my favourite.
I’m so picky about patterns and shapes etc. that I find it difficult to actually find underwear that matches what I am looking for. Topshop never fails to please in this aspect though. I always end up buying one in each type and pattern. I just wish they did matching bras in my size, but I don’t think that will ever be a reality in Topshop.
I also like their shoes, as they’re always pretty, although sometimes overpriced – luckily I grabbed these sandals in the sale for only £15. It may not be sandal weather in England right now, but hopefully it will be whilst I am away on holiday.
Finally I picked up the blouse from the Internacionale sale, and the Zara top from their sale. The Zara top was actually to replace a very similar one that the fiancé bought me in Paris, that I accidentally ruined. The blouse was because I was drawn to the colour, buttons and the cut-out shoulders. It’s incredibly sheer though, so I’ll have to figure that out.
It’s just a shame that I probably won’t get much use out of the blouse and sandals when I return.
Unless the weather changes dramatically that is, not that I would complain!