Look 4 has to be one of the most beautiful items of clothing I have ever worn – and I’ve worn a lot. This Dior blouse is something that wouldn’t seem out of place in an exhibition. Very relevant as the Dior exhibition had just landed in London V&A museum which I still need to go see!
The billowing sleeves is something I want to take into this season – pairing this style underneath sleeveless knits would look adorable! Lacing as well is huge on the highstreet at the moment – Zara is full of incredible lace suits you need to check out!
I’ve done my usual trick of tying a good old Primark belt round the middle. I love styling oversized pieces and drawing them in round the middle to really emphasise the waistline. For those of you wondering how I style my belts like this – I simply nudge the metal clasp to the side then tie it in a knot (it’s a lot simpler than it seems).
Let’s talk about day 4 catwalk! David Koma was a firm favourite with mostly monochrome and a very structured military feel to most of the tailoring. I loved everything about this collection but mostly the sleeves! The oversized arms, the puffs, and also the asymmetrical butterflies were just so good!
There was definitely a lot of colour popping and blocking going on. Either one colour (usually neutral tones) or a big contrast of bright popping colours. I love the all tan look and I’ve seen it throughout the week so I’m going to put it out there that it will be a huge trend continuing through the year.
JW Anderson killed it this year – I mean just look at the catwalk images below! From the colour combinations to the silhouette everything was on point. You already know how much of a fan I am of the wide waist belt so to see it in so many different ways has me excited to experiment even more with it!
Continuing my London Fashion Week takeover with Designer Exchange – you can shop this look here or head down to their Chelsea store.
This is not a paid partnership but this blog post contains loaned/gifted items. Catwalk images from Vogue.