Yesterday was the day that I most look forward to each season: London Fashion Weekend! This is when the public are given a chance to experience a taste of what attending a Fashion Week is really like. Of course it's nothing compared to the real Fashion Week, but I'm definitely not complaining. The show was a good as ever with a great variety of trends and designers. I particularly enjoyed the English Eccentric themed section of the show which showed quirky yet classic styles perfect for the UK's cold winters. I also really liked the detailed leggings in the Bryce Aime catwalk section.

The catwalk was amazing but London Fashion Weekend just wouldn't be the same without the amazing designer clothes and jewellery stalls which I spent about four hours looking around! This year was even better than the last few I've been to as they had a whole section of stalls devoted to vintage clothes which everyone knows I have a bit of an obsession with. I managed to end up with a pretty big bag of purchases: a maroon shirt dress from Ducie, a long sleeved, tie dyed crop top from Bill and Mar, a cut out shoulder t-shirt from Cheap Monday and a metallic knit from Sass and Bide. 


  1. wish i could've gone to london fashion weekend! wow at those heels!

    xo zebra and meerkat

  2. Wauw girl looks great, especially the first pictures OMG love the jackettt

    x Hajar & Mounia

  3. Beautiful photos and I wish I could go to a catwalk show :(( xx

  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38eOf1Dztyc&feature=player_embedded

  5. Have you heard of the pantyhose killings? Our society is really becoming more violent all the time and women need to know how to protect themselves. I’m a student of Psychology and this information was given me.

    The information given me was that this occured in the early 1970?s. The victims were all university girls. The victims were all wearing micro mini-skirts and pantyhose.

    The killer would hide inside their apartment. As soon as the girl would step inside the door, he would grab them and place them on the bed. He would put a pillow over their face and began suffocating them. He would revive them and smother them three or four times over.

    After smothering the life out of his victims he would remove their pantyhose and keep them for a sick trophy. The girls were not raped. They were found fully clothed with the exception of their missing pantyhose. The pantyhose were never removed until after he killed his victim.

    A classmate of mine emailed me this video that shows how depraved many are within our culture. We are studying the dark element within the human mind.