Photos Taken By- Laura at A Forte For Fashion
Shirt: ASOS/ Skirt & Headscarf: Vintage
Coat & Bag: Primark/ Faux Fur Scarf: Select fashion
Shoes: New Look/ bracelet: Only Child*
This was not the outfit I had planned on wearing. I did have something else all ready to go, but one of my little darlings decided to be helpful bless him and handed me my top with yoghurt hands. I couldn't be mad, not with 'mummy your top for London fashion week'. So I had to think on my feet and throw something together, as I had the school run and than head to Somerset House. Thankfully most of my wardrobe was tidy, so I could grab bits and bobs without having a human size pile of clothing and crying on the floor that I had nothing to wear. It ended up working out I think, I felt comfortable and than my main focus became doing the school run and going to enjoy my last day of fashion shows. It was really windy on the cobbles, and it was really quite so I only managed to get a couple of street style photos of other people.
I seem to be drawn to the midi at the moment, and teamed this vintage skirt with a shirt to try and keep it looking a little grown up. These New Look leopard heels are just everything, they give me a little height without leaving me crying in pain. Of course I'm a child at heart, so this Primark pop clutch was great for adding that bit of 'I'm not actual a real grown up, I just pretend to be' look. This coat has been glued to me all winter, and here's my tip from spying what was hot at London Fashion Week (coat wise) ditch the yellow as Orange is going to be the next 'it' colour. So now I'm on the hunt for one slimier to this style in a brunt orange tone. You can thank me later ha ha.
I went to see Lulu Liu show which was amazing, I'll be posting all about it. Sadly I could not make the other two I had as I had to go back to collect my son from school. Overall I've had a pretty chilled out fashion week, I'm sad I missed a heap of stuff due to my last minute planning. There's always next season, and trust me it will come all too quickly.