Stand on Oxford Street & you’ll spot some of the looks that help make London a fashion hub.
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]n any given day on Oxford Street, style inspiration isn’t hard to come by; just stand outside Topshop or Urban Outfitters for half an hour and you’ll spot some of the unique looks that help make London such a fashion hub. Evening Standard asked us to snap some of our favorite London looks on a sunny September day on Oxford Street, and here’s who we found. See Evening Standard article here.
Erin Adair in Fenn Wright Manson dress, Chanel pumps, Valentino sunglasses, Julia Cook at Branch On The Park rings plus bag and necklace from Sublime.
Kitty Cowell a singer and Topshop concessions manager also runs fashion website The Unisex Mode. She wears vintage skirt and top and Vans hi-top trainers.
Staffordshire-born Katie Lovewell sports a Topshop top, skirt and baseball jacket with Russell & Bromley brogues.
Student Danni Garratt wears Bershka shorts and shirt, an Obey vest with Superskunk bag and Dunlop trainers.
Student Sarah Lovewell has a skirt and bag from & Other Stories, a Topshop top and jacket plus Nike Air Max trainers.
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Check out Aldene shopping in Spitalfields Market with her Gucci bamboo bag & statement specs.
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]ldene Johnson was snapped shopping in Spitalfields Market with the best accessory, her gorgeous little son. She’s wearing a vintage blouse and silk scarf, statement Cutler & Gross round glasses and a Gucci bamboo handbag. She’s also a very talented stylist, see here.
Time to get your William Wallace on & swathe yourself in AW13 tartan!
Emilia Wickstead, Saint Laurent, Celine and Marc by Marc Jacobs AW13
[dropcap]I[/dropcap]t’s time to get your William Wallace on and swathe yourself in tartan! There’s always room for more fabric of the clans in our wardrobe and AW13 has some lustrous coats and swinging skirts to offer. If you can’t wait for the Autumn chill to get tartan on your person, accessorise with a Johnny Loves Rosie bow or a Vivienne Westwood clutch bag. See our pick of what’s hot on the high street below. Freeeeedom!
Oh and check out these tartan badges at Selfridges. All in the detail!
From mary janes to brogues, here’s five of our favorite flats to take you through to Autumn.
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]rom mary janes to brogues, here’s five of our favorite flat flats to take you through to Autumn.
Toughen up a floral dress and get a little lift in Topshop’s Judge satin loafers.
Dress up jeans with Kurt Geiger’s sharp Leila lace up shoes.
Sleek and simple Deena & Ozzy suede blue horse pumps at Urban Outfitters.
Acne’s modern take on Mary Janes with an ankle strap in pillar box red.
Dr Martens do dainty with these light weight Poise Polina brogues at ASOS.
We caught the Old Spitalfields Market stop of Henry Hollands Mr Quiffy tour.
Fashion students Tahmida and Laura were two of the lovely ladies serving in House Of Hollands pop-up Mr Quiffy shop. Tahmida, left, wears House Of Holland T Shirt and sunglasses, eBay chain, New Look crushed velvet leggings and vintage platform boots. Laura wears House Of Holland T Shirt and sunglasses, American Apparel skirt, Vans trainers and a Kalido necklace. Check out our visit to Mr Quiffy here.
Nanny Frankie Scott and her vibrant turquoise hair turned my head in East London.
Frankie Scott and her vibrant turquoise hair turned my head in Hackney Central. The 23 year old nanny, is pictured in Hackney wearing a Topshop dress, bag from Thailand and a handmade necklace.
We took a quick break from the fun, sun & big beats to snap some festival style.
Womad Festival brought it’s world music to the Cotswolds last weekend. Founded by pop king and activist Peter Gabriel over 30 years ago, the super friendly event had all the right ingredients; art, cider, ‘global’ food and foot stomping bands such as big hair big drums Japanese band Gocoo. We took a quick break from the fun, sun and dancing to snap some festival style.
Evi Odiatou wears ASOS paddington mac, Zara vest, Topshop leggings, Ray Ban sunglasses, Hunter wellies and a Cypriot necklace from her mother.
Doreen Ankrah (left) wears all vintage apart from handbag from Ghana and head scarf from Primark, Rose Saltiel (centre) wears Urban Outfitters dress, Topshop flower head band and vintage bag from Brighton shop To Be Worn Again, Tamara Jawad (left) wears vintage top, H&M denim shorts, sunglasses and bag from Primark.
Natalie Dodd wears Urban Outfitters denim shorts, Primark blouse, Ray Ban sunglasses, Next wellies and a Fossil bag.