For a week in September London is totally transformed by Fashion Week. It was lovely to be invited to some of the most incredible shows, and the perfect opportunity to dress up. I thought I'd share some of my favourite looks with you...
The GQ Style Event was a fabulous start to the week, absolutely love the magazine and they always throw a good party.
Christian Cowan-Sanluis heels and lace dress by Philip Armstrong.
First morning of LFW headed out in Zara shorts and shirt, worn with vintage Chanel pearls I found in St Tropez.
There are some amazing pieces on the high street this season, and love mixing them up with timeless accessories.
Just quickly popped home to change and put my feet up in between a hectic day of shows,
to find my pup looking cosy, spread out fast asleep on my bed.
For the evening shows I wore this white sixties styled minidress from Vielma London and a baby pink Chanel bag.
This was my favourite look, I didn't want to take it off!
Sneaky pic from inside the Busardi show, most of the fashion shows are held at either Somerset House or Freemasons Hall,
Busardi mixed it up with a different location, a beautiful manor house in the heart of London, it showcased the catwalk beautifully.
Thought I would go all out and try something a little more glam for the Hunger Magazine party,
sneakily changing in the cab into this AQAQLIVE red dress.
Today was an early morning start and so I went a little more comfy and casual.
I love this bright pink Balenciaga coat, its a really fun statement, and very warm.
After a long day there's nothing better than coming home and relaxing with a midnight cup of tea and chocolate digestives with the pup.
Bernard Chandran's show had so many style inspirations for the upcoming months.
I love this idea of nautical stripes for winter.
I really like suits this season, they're a great way to feel glam whilst keeping warm in Autumn.
I love the sexy open blazer with a Topshop crop top to keep it more daytime casual.
The Sorapol show was amazing. One of my favourites included this rainbow inspired gown, it reminded me of a pastel peacock!
I am really into mixing high end pieces with high street finds.
I have paired the 'little black jacket' from Chanel's famous book, with Zara shorts and a Topshop crop.
As the week went on I was feeling a little braver with my wardrobe.
There was so much metallic on the catwalk this year, I love this Maje dress.
Last day of fashion week, super tired but I has been so much fun.
Watching all the beautiful girls and glamorous shows inspired me to dress up. Chose this bright number from Roland Mouret, love this designer.
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