OMBRE FUR COAT: Topshop, Xmas gift
SLIP DRESS: Vintage via Charity shop, £4
SPIKED CROP TOP: Bitching & Junkfood via Sample sale, £10
BOBBLE HAT: Lazy Oaf via ASOS, £12 (with discount)
BOOTS: Agyness Deyn x Dr Martens, gift
BAG: c/o PLNDR
Oh look, another all black outfit. I seem to do this every Autumn/Winter, for some reason in my head I think anything colourful/summery is just off limits this season. I've even completely changed up my rail and it's full of black, burgundy, teal, leather, fur and more black - there's just something about Autumn that turns me all gothic! This is the last of my London Fashion Week outfits - I probably would have stayed for the full 5 days had I not had to catch a flight to Denmark at 10am on Monday morning (blog post on that sooooon!)
I wanted my LFW outfits to really reflect my style and my love of thrifting/charity shops/car boot sales. I know lately a lot of my outfits have been "c/o c/o c/o" and I feel like such a hypocrite as I always used to moan about other bloggers who did that. But i've just had some amazing opportunities lately and hey, who could say no to free pretty clothes?! So yes, all of my LFW outfits were based around car boot sale/charity shop finds or homemade, mixed with some high street, which is kinda my "thing" - I love mixing and matching, but I feel like my blog isn't really reflecting that lately. If I didn't get all these freebies i'd definitely dress in second hand clothes 90% of the time. I'm a poor fashion student, I have no money - and second hand is always best anyway. It's really cool to wear something that no one else has, so i'm gonna start incorporating lots more thrifted pieces in my outfits from now on!
Hope you've all had a lovely weekend!
P.s. how plain and ugly does my background look now?! My dad got rid of all the cute flowers! :(