With fashion month drawing to a slow and sad close, it means that the high-street can get straight to work with creating replica pieces for fractions of the original price. Brands such as Zara, H&M, Topshop etc, will all be in the process of releasing their own pieces based on pieces featured in the fashion month shows. I have decided to break it down; make it easier! Obviously, with four main fashion capitals (New York, London, Milan and Paris) and about twenty shows within each, featuring all the designers would be a slight struggle. I have categorised each designer into the location of the show. Within each location, I have featured my top two designers, and my top 3 pieces featured in their show. Finally, what you all actually want to see: the high-street knock offs, for a fraction of the price.
Confession: my bum bag was actually purchased at Reading Festival…Yes, I am sort of hugely embarrassed by that but, for a fiver I have no reasons to complain. Ah, bum bags (infamously known as “fanny packs”) you either love them or hate them. Believe it or not, you CAN find them in other shops apart from Mountain Warehouse! But, how have bum bags dominated the streets of this month’s fashion shows?
September is in full swing, so of course, your style needs to be too! The weather in London is so inconsistent right now, finding what to wear can sometimes be a challenge. I’ve pulled together an edit of everything you need to wear in September. I’ve categorized the edit into knitwear, jeans and outwear. Click more, to see what pieces I have featured!
Firstly, if you don’t like brunch, stop reading right here! No, but seriously brunch is the best thing that has ever been invented. I live for brunch and would probably die for it too. Secondly, HAPPY BIRTHDAY (for yesterday) mother <3! Hence, why there were brunch birthday celebrations going on. Dalloway Terrace is one of the loveliest places for birthday celebrations. It had been on my brunch bucket list for way too long, so any excuse to plan a visit is more than welcome.
Apart from the fact that I got my brunch, I was in much need of some shopping. Going back to school after nine weeks of summer is never easy, especially when you realize the amount of homework you still have to do…
Click more to find out about my shopping adventures:
Lazy Saturdays are basically what I live for. I know it’s usually lazy Sundays, but who doesn’t love mixing things up a bit? On a Saturday, you will either find me strolling through Chelsea, or starting into space on a treadmill questioning a bunch of life choices! The point is, my Saturdays have ZERO direction; hence why I decided to swap the lazy Sunday for a Saturday. But, on the positive side, it means that Saturdays require laid back dressing. Not to say that I would wear a tuxedo or anything. But, you get the gist!
I don’t know why, but I seem to have fallen unexpectedly in love with H&M, this season. If you read my blog post on H&M (available here), you will know that I am generally shocked. Of course, for the right reasons! I found this INSANE red jumper. I’m not exaggerating when I say that everyone should own this. Because, it is so lush- omg, words cannot explain my love. Also, it is super affordable and will totally not burn a hole in your pocket!! Click more to see how I style this stunning knit: