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.
LONDON FASHION WEEKEND
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.