You'll be glad to hear that this is the last installment of my LFW street style diary. Sorry it's dragged on for a bit, but I hope you enjoyed it! I'm now catching up with uni work so I may not blog for a few days but with good reason. Also, I don't think I have a picture of what I was wearing on Tuesday but I will wear it again at some point and show you. Until then...
Okay, so there is no easy way to do this other than break this up into 5 posts. Sorry for not posting in what seems like forever but I haven't had internet since moving back to uni, and I didn't have access to it when I was in London either! Trust me, this has pained me.
So these next few posts are going to follow the same structure: what I wore, followed by streetstyle snaps I took at LFW. I might do a 'London in pictures' style post at the end of this mini series just to round it off.
I just got back from London yesterday, which means I have returned to reality. With 1000 pictures to view and edit, 4 new uni projects, and life to attend to, I'm beginning to realise I shouldn't be blogging right now... Anyway, I'm wearing a Carin Webster dress, H&M skirt and earrings, Zara waistcoat, McQ bag, and scaffy Primark shoes (because I was looking after my poor feet).
To be honest, I wasn't there for that long as I had to catch the bus back to Edinburgh so didn't manage to get a brilliant glimpse of the clothes. What I did see, though, was nice but, generally speaking, I felt like a lot of the collections were slightly mature and probably aimed at twenty-something's and up. Having said that, Henry Holland did it again with his latest collection for Debenhams. His collection certainly filled that gap as I wondered if any of the clothing were aimed at young, fashion-conscious women who like to have fun with clothes. Instead of my describing every garment, head to Debenhams and check for yourself - you won't be disappointed!