I picked this shirt up from Zara last weekend and I really love it, it’s so versatile and goes with so many things. The cardigan is a wraparound in grey that i also bought in black. I had a similar one from H&M from a couple of years ago that I wore so much that its poor life ended after much love. The necklace is one that I’ve featured on here before, it’s a really cool coin charm necklace from H&M. There seems to be a Zara/H&M theme going on here….
Following on from my post last night showcasing those goooooorgeous necklaces from Pinterest I felt inspired as I got dressed this morning. I have on my H&M coin necklace (underneath) and my Zara necklace (also the one everyone raved about because a certain Kate Middleton wore it, yawn.). Both are available to buy now both online and in stores.
So yesterday I attended London Fashion Week with some friends from my Fashion Journalism course at uni, and we had such a good time. We arrived at Somerset House for our dedicated 1pm-4pm slot and started off with a bit of shopping….. By bit I mean a lot. I bought myself two Balmain t-shirts, two Wishlist London necklaces and a Tasha Metcalfe necklace crafted from a real pigeon’s foot!
Balmain safety-pin t-shirt.
Evil eye necklace and silver ring necklace by Wishlist London.
Necklace crafted from a real pigeon’s foot. Grasping a pearl which turns endlessly in in the claw.
Necklace by Tessa Metcalfe.
We also watched the London Fashion Weekend trend fashion show presented by Vodafone, which we were front row for. All the photos from it are on my Instagram @_hannahstocking but here’s a couple of my favourites:
I really enjoyed myself yesterday, even if my bank balance is crying out for help! Being a student isn’t easy. Taking after Carrie Bradshaw, I’d rather buy Vogue than dinner.
Just a quick post to mention this chain I purchased recently from my place of worship, Zara.
Loooove this. Goes with everything, has an edge, the clasp is such great quality and the skull detailing is diviiiine. I like it both layered up with non-matching items for a just-piled-on-all-this-random-jewellery-and-look-how-fab-I-look look, and on it’s own. I’ve worn it with a plain black high-necked shift dress and it made such a statement. Plus it’s from Zara and they can do no wrong in my eyes.
Just thought this piece needed a mention.