Wednesday, 30 September 2015

LFWEND!

I'm As everyone probably knows, I was at London Fashion Weekend, seen as I did nothing but upload about it when I was there! I had the most amazing trip with my friend from start to finish and I am so glad that I got to experience it all. The weather was fantastic, which made it even better; sunshine in London,what more could I want?🙊 

Suede has been in the shops, catwalks and in my wardrobe a lot recently so I knew when I was heading to LFWEND, I had to have some kind of suede in my outfits. As you all know, I live in River Island clothes, it's my favourite shop by far - it just always seems to have exactly what I want at the exact time I need it! (I say need but I mean want haha) I tried on these light grey suede culottes and instantly knew I needed them as part of my outfit and it just so happened that everything else that I tried on went so perfectly with them as I was going for a white/grey look. I brought out my inner 70s diva in this outfit with the big bouncy hair, fluffy gilet and white cuffed shirt.

And it has probably been the most comfortable outfit I think I have ever worn, I didn't have to fix myself once the entire time I wore it and when I took off my gilet the outfit still tied in together. Coming into winter, I will also get so much use out of all these pieces separately, especially the gilet - and I don't know how many times I've said it, but you can never go wrong with a white blouse, so this one was definitely a good buy! 








Blouse 
Gilet
Culottes 
Shoes
Bag- all River Island 

On Saturday morning, we had some free time before our show in the afternoon, so we made the most of it by getting up super early, heading into the city, getting breakfast and seeing the sites and, of course, some shopping fitted in too! 


Dress- boohoo
Shoes- River Island 
Hat- Very.co.uk


Our hotel was the Hilton on West End, and it was in such a good location to get to and from the Tube; anywhere in London you are only two or three stations away from what you want to see. We headed to see Covent Garden first and it was the most beautiful morning, so on route I stopped at the Micheal Kors shop and got myself a pair of fabulous sunglasses! 


After seeing the sites and a few street entertainers, we grabbed some Macarons from Laduree, which is something I have always wanted to do, the prettiest little shop with the most amazing Macarons in any flavour you can imagine! 


My second outfit for day two was all from Boohoo, when I seen these boots online I freaked out, I loved them so much! I had to wait a couple of days until they came back in stock in my size, so while I was waiting I was constantly checking the site for new clothes to appear, and this shirt dress appeared, grey and black were in it, but also the most vibrant blue tones, so I knew it would go with the black coat I had, but also stand out because of the blue! 





Knee high boots were everywhere during the weekend, so I'm glad I wore them, and they will go perfect with my gilet from the day before during the winter! Over the knee boots are a must have for the winter for me, last year it was my black ones, this year it's this grey colour! 



We seen the Henry Holland show on Saturday and it was a crazy collection, we got front row tickets, so it was great to be able to see it from this angle. 







I know it doesn't seem like a difference, but you can't get the whole look from a few rows back I feel, so I'm glad I got to see it from the frow, the shoes of the Peter Pilloto show the day before were definitely worth seeing front row as well! 

The pop up shops were great and showed you some amazing up and coming designers, as well as some well known ones too. If only I had the right bank balance to have bought everything I seen! 




On Saturday evening, our friend traveled up to meet us after the show and we went for a few drinks, it was a great night and ended the weekend so perfectly, I wish I could do it all again! Can't wait to the next one! 🙊 thanks for reading, love Emma xx



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