Monday

[Outfit] Street Style Basics with Harrods


With London Fashion Week in full swing, I was asked to show you my street style look for Harrods here.  To be honest my style doesn't change, I could never keep up the whole Somerset House peacock thing (in other words, overdressing for a chance of getting papped).  Here is a good example of the kind of thing I'll be wearing over the next couple of days. Hair wise, simple is best. I recently got my hair trimmed and recoloured at Sassoon Salons where I've been going for over two years and love. The team have taught me to invest time into looking after my hair - every time I go I feel like my hair is given a new lease of life!



As I said, I never stray far from the fashion nest so I like to keep it simple. My new AG jeans are a fantastic fit, having wanted a pair of ripped skinnies for ages I couldn't have been happier when these turned up at my door.  I've been living in them.  My tee is an old favourite, I bought it from LA brand LNA Clothing a few summers ago.  The girls who set it up wanted to create the ultimate boyfriend tee and in my mind they have definitely achieved just that.


The blazer was a bargain from Vestiaire Collective when I was working there, in fact I think it was my first purchase when I joined the team. I'd seen it on so many street style posts (like here) and was desperate to track it down.  When I managed to find it I was so happy. There is one on there at the moment actually (not surprised it hasn't sold yet, the photos are awful) here - there is also one in grey here. I'm still after the matching shorts (a pair pop up ever so often, and I was gutted to have missed these for £60)


Handbag wise, nothing says street style like a big old designer bag. I bought this Pashli at the beginning of the year and had pangs of guilt for ages (or perhaps they were stomach cramps, as I didn't eat for about a month in order to pay for it).  I love it, and use it more than I thought I would, in my mind if you're spending that kind of money then it should be a good enough piece to wear well - so I'm not worried about scratches or damaging it.


My shoes are my new found favourites from LK Bennett, I got them for the wedding last week and have been making any excuse to wear them (although I keep a pair of flats handy at all times).  Only other piece to mention is my new phone case - a cheeky purchase from Whistles last weekend. My old one had gone the colour of my foundation (gross) so I thought it was time for an upgrade!



Have a look at the feature here. Photos by Michelle Bobb Parris
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3 comments

What if I wore it the first Time said...

I love that blazer and I was so thrilled to see your new pashli. I have the black and I use it every single day and have done for the last two years. It hasn't scratched or got damaged. The clasp drives me insane though.

Sam said...

I love your blazer! Also, that bag is absolutely to die for...

Sam
That Curious Cat

Jules said...

Perfect outfit. Love your blazer!

Jules x

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