FASHION

FASHION
FASHION

TRAVEL

TRAVEL
TRAVEL

FOOD

FOOD
FOOD

O U T F I T | London Fashion Week AW15 Day 3

Jacket*: c/o Superdry // Jumper: Zara // Skirt: Charity Shop // 
Scarf: Charity Shop // Trainers: Adidas Superstars via ASOS

As I mentioned in my Day 1 post, unfortunately the Sunday of London Fashion Week AW15 was very short lived due to the torrential rain that had us running for cover as soon after these outfit photos were taken. It continued to remain miserable for the entire day, which led to us missing all of our shows and calling it quits after a couple of hours.

By the time it came to the third day of Fashion Week, I had already decided that my outfit choice no matter what was revolving around my trainers as two 12 hour days in heel had crippled my poor feet. Now I'm not entirely sure that this fringed, suede 70's inspired look really works with my 80's style Adidas Superstars, but comfort was key for that particular day.

I've been coveting this fringed, leather jacket from Superdry ever since I spotted it at their Fashion Night Out event at their Regent Street store. When it comes to leathers, Superdry really come out on top for me. This fringed jacket is my second leather number from them and I really do adore it. I mean how perfect is it for be
ing on trend this season too?

Plus, I've always been a fan of fringing, there's no denying that.

I picked up this suede skirt in a charity shop for just £3 and it looks ever so similar to one in the recent Zara lookbook. Upon finding this suede sensation I did give myself a mental hi-five, because I mean... come on! £3!

That's my final LFW outfit until next season. Luckily for me, it looks like the seventies are set to stay until AW15, which I cannot be more excited about.

What are your thoughts on the 70's trend for next season?

BLOGLOVIN' | FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM

5 comments

  1. £3?! Such a bargain! Shame about the rain, it's been getting in the way of my blogging pictures recently - and this weekend it's supposed to be super windy which is just as bad!

    Loving the jacket too, anything with fringe is a win xx

    ReplyDelete
  2. Beautiful jacket and I most love the fringes!!

    http://www.distinguisheddiva.com/

    ReplyDelete
  3. such a cool outfit! I can't believe the skirt was only £3, so lucky! x

    londonandcoffee.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  4. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Awesome look :) The fringe jacket is PERFECTION !!!!!!

    Christina xox
    http://christinapirate.blogspot.ca

    ReplyDelete