Tuesday, 4 February 2014

LFW || Dress to impress with Next.

The Next Blogger Network are hosting a competition to win overnight stay for two guests at The Mayfair Hotel & £200 (for the winner) to spend on www.next.co.uk, amazing right? Here's my entry..

London Fashion Week, one of the hottest events of 2014, alongside some of the most high profile celebrities, top fashion editors, journalists and photographers. So, how on earth do you go about choosing what to wear? The ultimate wardrobe dilemma? 

Well.. with a little help from Next.co.uk, I've picked the outfit I would wear if I was to attend LFW (one day I will become important enough to attend and sit on the FROW... dreaming).

After spending hours on the Next website, searching for the perfect outfit, I finally managed to narrow down my choices and make a decision. I went with an all black ensemble, adding a hint of colour with electric blue heels & a matching clutch. Edgy, yet classy. 

The ultimate must have A/W boyfriend coat, a chic little number to cover up against the chill, because let's face it, it's hardly 30 degrees in Feb.

Sunnies, come rain or shine, you'll always see the celebs wearing them. Plus, you never know when the sun is going to make an appearance so I like to think I'm being efficient by taking a pair to LFW. 

I love love love the black mesh skirt especially the sheer squares and short underlay, flattering & sophisticated.

The essential cami top, perfect to dress up or down, all year round. A great style with endless possibilities. Tucked into the mesh midi skirt to finish. 

Bold bright and beautiful, not to mention, a totally hot colour for SS14. The electric blue heels and clutch complete my outfit. 

So there you have it, my LFW outfit. 

Lights, camera, action. Let the Fashion Week events begin. 

And that wasn't enough, here are two more of my outfit picks from the wonderful collection at Next, after party outfits maybe?


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