My second day at Fashion Week was a bit of a brief one but I got chance to take out my new Celine-style booties. Who knew I could love white leather boots so much? These are an absolute bargain too so no need to break the bank with these. They are also super comfy too; I did plenty of walking around London and not one single blister - that's got to be a record for new shoes.
London Fashion Week this year was a really last minute thing for me; I wasn't planning on attending at all but then a few offers came up and I ended up doing a very frantic 'lets throw everything I own in a suitcase and hope for the best' kinda thing. But to be quite honest, I was relying on one thing and one thing only for this trip; the Dionysus.
I am holing my hands up to the fact I am totally lazy when it comes to hair. I'm very low maintenance; I go to my wonderful Nana for a trim every now and then and get it coloured usually once a year (yikes). But if you follow me on Instagram you may have noticed that I've gone a wee bit blonder recently and I have to say I am feeling maself. I've always had this dream of being a proper blondie ever since I was younger but always thought it was way too much effort for someone who is 1) naturally very dark and 2) a hairdresser-phobe. I mean, all that effort with root growth and long, drawn out processes and lets be honest, it isn't cheap to be paying a visit to the hairdressers every few weeks.
Oh the puffer coat; what a breath of fashion fresh air to have something stylish and practical. To be warm and cosy in this dreadful February weather but still look totally on trend because as we all know, puffer coats have been everywhere this A/W and this one is my favourite I've found so far.
I don't know about you guys, but I am feeeeling ruffles at the moment. Like, on everything. Jumpers, trousers, shirts, jackets. I cannot get enough of a ruffle. And whether you want to go all out and make a bold statement or some cute mid sleeve frills like this jumper, it's all I seem to be drawn to. I am finding myself just searching 'ruffles' in the search box's on websites and getting a little obsessed.
I know that Military was big in 2016, but I feel like it's going to play a big part in 2017 trends too. You can't get away from the baker hats (guilty as charged) and I feel like they fit in perfectly with the buttons and piping of a military style jacket.