London fashion week is over, and it was amazing to see all the fabulous fashion that hit the streets and the catwalk. I didn’t get the chance to attend, but that didn’t stop me from putting together outfits that I would have rocked if I were.
I have put together five very stylish outfits, and I hope you enjoy looking at them as I did putting them together.

I’ll give a roundup of my favourite pieces from the catwalk in another post, this post is all about me, hahaha, ok back to my outfits.

To be honest, when I got this blue blazer from Zara, I wasn’t impressed. It looked so much better on the model on the site than it did on me but a tiny voice inside me persuaded me to keep it.

Fast forward a few months and I’m absolutely in love with it. It’s so versatile and can be styled in numerous ways (another post loading….).

I have paired the Blazer here with a men’s white buttoned-down shirt and a printed dress I got from Primark last year, yes you heard me right, P-R-I-M-A-R-K. Sometimes inexpensive things can look very classy.

I took the look further by adding a bright blue pair of tights, blue platform sandals, a black corset belt and a pair of gorgeous sunglasses.

I’m sure you can tell I’m in love with coloured tights, Yes I am. This puffer here is a 10/10. I got this from Mango last year and I wasn’t going to buy it because of the price. It scared me but I was so in love with the colour so I apologised to my bank account and went ahead and got it. I wasn’t disappointed. The colour is divine, the style is so luxe and it looks really expensive. I think they have similar ones this year, check them out.

I have paired this look with a coral beaded cap to umph the look to another level and added a pair of blue aviators.

Another out of the box outfit. I built my whole outfit based on this pair of white boots from Boohoo. I wanted to keep the theme of bold colours I’d started with so I went for this coral blazer from Asos and paired it with this white skirt from Stradivarius.

If I had smaller boots, I would have worn the blazer only, but the woes of a big boobed woman, I had to wear something underneath. Searching through Asos, I came across this mesh striped Tee and immediately knew it would go with my outfit. One-click and it was in my basket and on its way to me.

Oh! By the way, the hat is my husband’s. lol

My final look is ending on a schoolgirl run. I love this dark red floral dress, and I have worn it here with a jacket underneath as a blouse and ruched the sleeves to make it look puffy. I have also gone for knee-length socks and finished the look off with my pair of red courts.

I have really enjoyed writing about my outfits and here is hoping that you enjoyed reading it.

Have a wonderful day, xxx


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