Fashion week!

I MADE IT!!!

I actually managed to attend fashion week in February, never would I miss this especially since I missed LCM in January.

The only problem was that with a week left for fashion week I completely forgot, and hadn’t planned any outfits, but I quickly realised that the outfit I wore didn’t matter, I was there to hang out with friends and make new ones.

The first day I went very simple (all black), at first I was quite nervous but I quickly got into the flow of things and started to bump into people I knew from the previous year.

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For the first time ever I managed to get into shows!! I actually managed to do at least one/two shows a day in fact; I honestly still can’t believe it.

Day two was the day of the #Skwad, since it was Saturday this was by far the busiest day and probably the most fun! It was nice to just be surrounded by creative people, who love fashion and to play around with clothing it was truly inspiring.

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The third day I done all black (again!), it was a quieter day compared to Saturday but it was still nice as some people still came over just to say hi and hit a few shows.

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Monday was like the deadest day! Haha you could slowly see the crowds dwindling down, for most part of the day I just wandered around, once it hit around 4pm it got busier and more people showed up.

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Tuesday was by far the most pointless day, and this point no-one was there and in fact me and my friend need up going to a gallery and just had a regular day out!

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Wonderland…

Hey boo!

So this past week I discovered the Wonderland Shop that they have in London (for those of you who don’t know Wonderland is a fashion magazine).

From the outside it looked like a mermaid “wonderland” and that’s why it caught my eye, once we got inside it had a very cool laid back vibe and every inch of that place is just aesthetically pleasing, from magazine covered changing rooms, to photography studio lights on the white walls.

And obviously you can’t go to a store like that without leaving with something and I am the last person to come up with an excuse why not to spend money or to turn down a fashion magazine… EVER!!!

I’m keeping my looks very stripped back and keeping them to their bare essentials, this look is very simple but with the addition of the jewelry and of course the hair, it gives you a little something to look at, this is a simple yet striking look, proving that you don’t always have to do the most!

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T-shirt: River Island   Trousers: UniPlay   Shoes: Nike   Jewellery: Topman + River Island

Outfit of the day: Pokémon Go…

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As I’m sure you guys know by now Pokémon Go has taken over the world! And now even I have been dragged into it thanks to my friend Chantelle so like every other normal teenage human being we planned our whole day around it, and went on the hunt for some Pokémon!

I have had this denim jacket for quite a while, as you may know from previous posts but because I felt like I already wore it every possible way I could, I decided to give it some character and personalize it slightly! I decided to add some iron-on patches to give it some attitude and sass.

A colour that I really enjoy to pair with denim is red, I feel the complement each other well and make for a nice bright casual look!

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Jacket: Blitz London   Vest: River Island   Flannel: H&M   Jeans: River Island   Shoes:Vans               Bag: Market

outfit of the day: cute comfort…

I really liked this outfit; I felt that I look well-put together yet still casual and fun! I think for the most part that is due to the jumper and the bag, because they were so well made and fit me very well, it gave off a slight sophistication. The flannel and the ripped jeans are an easy way to add some casual attitude to an outfit that gives you space to be fun and chill.

As time goes one I tend to learn and notice that it’s the simple, well-put outfits that have the biggest impact.

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Bag: Zara   Jumper: New Era   Flannel: Zara   Jeans: River Island   Shoes: Zara