What I Wore In LONDON ( LFWF 2018)
Hey everyone! I’m currently sitting at my desk freezing watching the snow fall outside, I was supposed to be in university today but the 2-hour drive in the snow was less than appealing so Ive been having a productive day at home.
If you have been following along on my social media you will have seen I was in London this weekend, I was there to attend some of the London Fashion Week events which were absolutely amazing, I had a few questions about my outfits so I thought I’d create a quick blog post telling you what I wore and where I got it!
Day 1 we were travelling, we left home around 5;30am so being comfy and warm was a priority, I wore my new black GUESS t-shirt, black jeans from Topman and black vans. Over the top, I wore my blue puffer jacket from River Island which has come in so useful with this weather.
The case was a gift for Christmas and I bought the matching backpack myself from Zara. Expensive but so worth saving for in my opinion as it will last me years.
This is the outfit I wore to London fashion week. I knew I didn’t want to dress in anything too ‘trendy’ because I’d rather have nice basics I can re-wear, and im trying to move away from the ‘throw away’ fashion, the inspiration was quite 1950s with this suede jacket from river island with a large collar, check trousers from Topman which i rolled up and a Zara basics white t-shirt tucked in. I had ideally wanted a smarter shoe but since we were walking alot and I didn’t have much room in my case the vans had to do!
Again, if you have me on Instagram you will have seen this jacket, it’s from Topman and as soon as I saw it I loved it but wasn’t sure I could justify the £55 price tag, I asked you guys to vote on a poll in my stories and 96% voted to buy it so of course, I listened lol. I wore the jacket shopping on Oxford street over Whitney Houston t-shirt from Topman and the same jeans and shoes as the first outfit.
The sunglasses I took on the trip were a gold hexagon style pair from River Island I’m debating saving for Ray Bans similar to these so I’m trialling these for a while first to make sure I can look after them!
As always thanks so much for reading, if you have any questions just send me a wee message!
I’m thinking of doing a beginners guide to London next so if this is something you would be interested in then make sure and let me know.