BEST OF LONDON – STREET STYLE LONDON FASHION WEEK (LFW) AW14

BEST OF LONDON – STREET STYLE LONDON FASHION WEEK (LFW) AW14

MULTI NATIONAL
Three of my favourites, aztec, faux fur and kente, I love the mixture of  the kente and fur very different fabrics making a perfect match. Colourful jackets have been popular this year especially with fur jackets, this gentleman has matched both trends beautifully.  
THE FASHION PACK
Always love all black and predominant black looks, it’s very hard to get it wrong when you opt for blacks. These guys looks are very effortless and cool, like the accent colours delivered by their accessories.
PARKA PRINT
These ladies look great (on the left Donna Wallace, Accessories Editor Elle UK), their looks rings comfort in style bells in my ears and that’s always important. keeping warm in these beautiful jackets, just what was needed in that weather, love the bags the green bag lifts the black look up and the white accent, the green in the parka.

BABY IT’S ELECTRIC
A jacket such at this one you can dare to go with whatever underneath. I’m yet to be displeased with any cobalt blue clothing, it’s a beautiful colour on any skin tone and it certainly looks great on her, with matches beautifully with her hat and clutch.
ORANGE VISCOSITY
The trick to upgrading the most simplest of looks is going outstanding or even outlandish with accessories, a pop of colour, an unusual paring will do the trick. I love this look because of the clutch, i’m curious about it, the colour, material, and the blue fedora.
RED RIDDING
Pale pink and blue coats may have been ruling in the coats department,  but this combination of red and black certainly gives the pale powder shades a run for their money. Also loving the pairing with these classical black gloves. 

CITY PYRAMID
Spot a twist in a one my favourite current trends. going sporty, trainers paired with skirts, dresses, the classic joggers, how we’ve always worn trainers. The pairing of jacket with the gorgeous bag takes this look to a height where comfort meets style.
MIRRORED GLASS
Showing weather needn’t spoil style, accessorising with these mirrored sunglasses and those gorgeous boots.

BURGUNDY PICK ME UP
(Olivia Palermo)
I liked this look form head to knee and then I saw these pristine burgundy heel and that was when I felt in love. The colour of the shoes certainly adds a punch to the to look. Do you spot the red nails, it may be obscure but it makes a difference. Colour used in small amounts can make a whole lot of difference.
RED POUT
(Ashley Madekwe)
The occasion for red lip. If you really want to show off a perfect black dress, accompany it with the perfect red lip, forget all the other lips colours (yes, I called it). I don’t know about the leather jacket or the bag, I can’t help but be drawn by the red lips and black, that’s how strong a combination of red lips and black dress is.
PAINTING THE TOWN RED
Textbook classic for fashion week, wear bright colours if possible wear more of it. I love her glasses, and the match between two styles biker meet simple chic 
TRENCH CALLING
Do you see the blue inside, I wish I could see all of it. Very well put together, love the accent of blue on the shoes little fur key/bay chain. 
BLUE MAGIC
This is how you pull off oversize jacket, layering, and wear same/similar colours in a look.

YELLOW OVERLAP
Very thoughtful look, bold strong boxy structure up top, subtle on the bottom, and the colour complementarity
WHICH ERA?
Emerald green love the colour, love the structure in the shoulder, love the floral on top, I love different elements of this look. Perhaps a different shoes would worked best nonetheless I like that I’m in two minds about this, so it makes my list 



ROMANCE WAS BORN
Anna Plunkett, half of the romance was born Aussie designer duo,  I say yes to bold colours, arty prints all the time for fashion week,very true to her designes
PHOTO CREDITS : 21eme , CarolinemodeElle UK

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