savvy styling by Annie Probert

Sunday, September 18, 2016


London Fashion Week is one of my favourite events of the year. 
As if I didn't have enough excuses to stalk celebs, designers and spend 80% of my time on social media, LFW backstage previews practically have me under house arrest. 
Despite the fact I couldn't attend the commotion, here's my LFW worthy outfit I would have worn. 
...excuse me whilst I cry.

This sports inspired set is one of my favourite purchases of 2016. The elasticated details on the cuffs, ankles and collar creates a unique look. It has a tailored feel whilst still showing a relaxed fit, plus it's easily interchangeable to wear with trainers or heels - exactly what I need. 
This cream colour instantly makes garments look more luxurious, team that with the clean lined edges and fuss-free waistband and you're left with a stunning set that appears much more than the £85 price tag. To keep the attention on the two piece I added a simple cropped ribbed vest to show off the high waisted joggers and keep the look in a sports style theme. 

As always, I maintained a simple look following through to my footwear. These heels are the newest edition to my ever-growing velvet collection for this season. I'm obsessed with the way the velvet looks in contrast to the crisp cream joggers. They're definitely going to be one of my winter wardrobe staples! 
Then to add the fashion week factor, I wore chrome look accessories with my fabulous new cross body bag and mirrored sunnies. I hope you'll agree that the metallic accents make the outfit really  pop.

links are added where possible for you, just click.

Luxe Tailored Jogger Co-ord - ASOS £35
Luxe Tailored Longline Bomber - ASOS £50
White 90s Ribbed Crop Top - River Island £6
Nude Velvet Barely There Heeled Sandals - River Island £35
Silver Metallic Shoulder Bag - New Look £15.99
Isabel Sunglasses - Quay Australia £36 SOLD OUT

If you went to fashion week please tag me in your photos, I'd love to see what you wore and got up to!

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