Last week I went to London Fashion Weekend and had a fab time shopping and looking around Somerset House.The highlight of the event was a catwalk show, which I thought was amazing and was hosted by Grace Woodward.
The first look was from Jaeger. I didn't want to bombard you with images so I have put my favourite three below.
The collection had plenty of tweeds and warm fabrics perfect for autumn and winter. I loved their ginger orange colours and mustard yellows. They also had a mustard jacket, which I didn't get a very good picture of, but it looked fab. Do any of these take your fancy?
Next up were styles from a mixture of designers. I love the cape and the bows in these pictures.
Picture 1 - Jacket and dress by Bolongaro Trevor, jersey top by Hartford, cloche hat by Christies.
Picture 2 - Shirt by Hartford, sweater by Bolongaro Trevor, skirt by Alice and Olivia, bow from Topshop
Picture 3 - Cape by Lungta De Fancy, skirt by Alice and Olivia.
Next up was Bryce Aime, which as you can see here was very different. The look was very geometric with muted tones. Thick tights were patterned, jackets were fitted and sharp, the end outfit was very structured and Gaga-like.
And finally this collection by Osman was probably my favourite because it is the closest to what I would personally wear. I loved the colours and the way they had been used. Quite a few of the dresses had a similar design to the first cream dress with the purple pattern, but in different colours. I love the structure of the black jacket and the combination of the fitted top with the wide palazzo trousers. But my favourite is the black and pink dress. I love the shade of pink and how it has been used in this dress.
There were a micture of greens, pinks, and oranges throughout the collection with wide trousers, fitted tops and cape jackets.
I also did some shopping too. There were so many fab designers with massive reductions. I would recommend going to the next one if you have the chance.
I bought this fab black cape, which can be worn either over the shoulders, or over the chest - which I think looks more funky.
The same can be done with this fab rose, flower collar. I prefer it as a collar rather than a cape. Both are from Blakegodbold.com
I also bought some fab jewellery! I love all these pieces and you can never have too much jewellery.
The silver ring is from Karen Millen, while the other pieces are from Louise May Bury.
Amd last up is the show goodie bag, which was a bit of a dissappointment to be honest considering we had to pay towards it, but there is a Diet Coke bottle designed by Karl Lagerfeld, and a £25 Jaeger voucher, so not all bad.