What London Fashion Week means for your autumn wardrobe…

What London Fashion Week means for your autumn wardrobe…

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From checkerboard print to florals we have dissected the best of the best trends straight from the catwalk. And how you can get your hands on the freshest looks of the season.

Marques Almeida

Oversized tailoring has been a massive staple on the catwalks this season stemming from Balenciaga’s most recent editorials and catwalk, This double breasted, giant peak lapelled, power shouldered dream dress was a highlight of London Fashion Week AW17. Teamed with a mini bag to really emphasise that oversized silhouette and rich yellow boots. LOVE IT!!

Marques Almeida

Get the look here…

Black Long sleeve tuxedo dress – Missguided

Purple ankle bootsLa Moda

Crocodile effect mini satchel bagRiver Island

Ryan Lo X Hello Kitty

Ryan Lo did not disappoint sporting the cutest baby doll silhouettes and this season teamed with the legendary hello kitty what more can we ask for! Super sweet and girly dresses, featuring ruffles and sparkly brocade all make the ultimate party season staple.

Ryan Lo X Hello Kitty

See how you can shop the look…

get the look

 

Pink Ruffle dressASOS

Oversized fishnet socksASOS

Holographic T- bar shoesASOS

Gucci

Gucci is one of the most iconic fashion houses of all time and if you are lucky enough to own one of their pieces then you are pretty serious in this fashion game, once again the luxury fashion house has blown us all out of our comfort seats. With the return of mass branding on the catwalks i.e. that iconic Gucci print and the unforgettable LV from Louis Vuitton. They have stuck to their strong heritage this season incorporating print and heavy embroidery within their flawless design! Also, if you get chance take a look at the catwalk show on vogue.com it is quite something.

gucci

Here’s how to get like Gucci…

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Tiger print embroidered mini skirtRiver Island

Rose embroidered tie blouseAsos

Embroidered Heeled ankle bootsTopshop

 

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