I finally got round to wearing this dress I got in the Topshop sale the other month, I love it! I also finally bought a mini-bag for a bargain £6 at Primark. This look is quite plain, but I think that works best sometimes. Admittedly for the actual night out I bailed on my fabulous heels and wore leopard print ballet flats instead, but the intention was definitely there with the heels. As always hypes, fans and any feedback is appreciated! Leave your Lookbook urls and I’ll be more than happy to take a look.
The Nike SB Stefan Janoski is still increasing in popularity, and with these fresh new colourways for spring 2012, the shoe certainly won’t be slowing down in the near future. The blue is a leather/suede mix, and the grey is all fleece which looks super comfy. Personally, I love this shoe but unfortunately they’re very difficult to find in smaller women’s sizes! I managed to cop a size 4.5 in the original black colourway, which I love, but it would be nice to have more options. Images of the new colourways below (via Pete Williams @ Highsnobiety).
Stussy, perhaps one of the biggest and most widely respected streetwear brands in existence, released their Fall 2011 lookbook yesterday. Every look is as classic as ever, aided by NYC photographer Peter Sutherland and the simple but effective desert backdrop. Check out the photos below (images via Hypebeast and Highsnobiety).
I’m getting quite good at keeping up to date with Lookbook again; every day, when I’m at home, I try to take a picture of my outfit to upload! I think Lookbook is full of too many people who create outfits specifically for the site, even if they’re not planning on going out that day, or at least wearing it to an upcoming event. I understand that creating new outfits and taking photos when you’re bored is great, but I think that Lookbook should be more about outfits you would actually wear! What are your views?
I wore this outfit today – with trainers rather than wedges – to run a whole bunch of everyday errands, however I feel that it could just as easily be adapted for a night out as it could be for a shopping trip with friends. Versatile looks are great because they can save you money and make changing to go out much quicker. Hypes, fans and feedback are as always greatly appreciated!
Inspired by Autumn/Winter trend, the ’70s, Primark’s Autumn Limited Edition collection is a good one. Everyone’s favourite thing about Primark is of course, the price, and although the Limited Edition collection isn’t dirt cheap, everything is still very reasonably priced compared to High Street alternatives. It’s a great collection for Primark, however I still don’t think it will compete with similar things from other High Street competitors. I don’t know if I personally will be rocking anything in this collection, although I love the red satin pussybow shirt and the maroon silk tie waist dress. What are your opinions? Below are what Cosmopolitan Magazine considers to be the best buys of the collection, which are sure to sell out! Everything shown will be available from August 31st. (images and info via cosmopolitan.co.uk).
Please check it out, and don’t hesitate to hype, give feedback, and leave me your Lookbook urls to take a look at too!