LFW: Favourites

FINALLY. I’m back to writing posts, my blogging routine has been stirred up a little lately, as those of you who follow me on twitter will know, I moved back up to Manchester last Wednesday into my new uni house (exciting!) but the downside was that we didn’t have any internet for a week so I’ve been pretty absent around here. But it’s all sorted now and hopefully my blogging can survive against uni life!

So as I wasn’t posting throughout London Fashion Week, I want to give you a quick favourites post, just to share my highlights of LFW with you, before it’s way too late!

  Lucas Nascimento

First thing that attracted me to this collection is the powder blue, which I am a little bit obsessed with, I think it’s such a pretty colour, and I’m so happy that soft pastels ad ice cream colours are sticking around.

Nascimento’s collection is full of sharp, clean cut designs- which I’m loving- as well as keeping a soft femininity through the use of draping sheers and the key thigh split which is such a key trend for SS14.

Christopher Kane

Always front runner for me, I was loving this collection, the petal cut out theme, and the pastel sweaters, I want it all! And I think the cami dresses, especially the sheer panelled one (left) is absolutely gorgeous, show-stopping and elegant for summer. Love it.

House of Holland

What else could we expect from HOH than a quirky, vibrant and varied range? Absolutely in love with areas of this collection, the two pieces, lace dresses, the combo of vibrant colour pops and ice cream pastels, and the general 50’s vibe.

K x