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Statement Knitwear for LFW

. September 30, 2016 .
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Wallis

My blog (very much like my life) is a little all over the place at the moment. I'm between bikini-clad travel diaries and knitwear-focused autumn trend posts – and that's the sheer reality of it! After Turkey, I landed in London on the Friday of Fashion Week and headed straight to two days of shows before heading straight back to Gatwick for a few days in Mykonos with Charlotte. Add into the mix I recently moved back to Bristol and adjusting to not having a solid base in London, life is a little hectic. Am I complaining? Definitely not. I'm thriving on being busy and the spontaneity of travel (I've just this morning booked flights to New York for October – eek!). And though half of my belongings are still in boxes, I'm actually feeling more settled in myself than I have done in a long time.

So, rolling on from boat life in Turkey, today's post is all about this autumn-ready LFW ensemble by Wallis. I've made it a goal to experiment a bit more with my wardrobe for A/W. So rather than pile on a heavy jumper, I decided to try out a wrap for my first piece of knitwear this season. It's so light and wearable so a perfect transitional layering piece and the bold, eye catching stripes made it perfect for my fashion week look! I teamed it with some kick flares and chic black accessories to finish off the look. I'm always running around at fashion week so went for a midi heel in the form of these cute ankle strap court shoes – how cute do they look paired with these fishnet socks?! I was so happy with how it all came together. Wallis have some knockout pieces in right now and I can't wait to stock up on some more killer bits for Autumn winter!


This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Wallis

My blog (very much like my life) is a little all over the place at the moment. I'm between bikini-clad travel diaries and knitwear-focused autumn trend posts – and that's the sheer reality of it! After Turkey, I landed in London on the Friday of Fashion Week and headed straight to two days of shows before heading straight back to Gatwick for a few days in Mykonos with Charlotte. Add into the mix I recently moved back to Bristol and adjusting to not having a solid base in London, life is a little hectic. Am I complaining? Definitely not. I'm thriving on being busy and the spontaneity of travel (I've just this morning booked flights to New York for October – eek!). And though half of my belongings are still in boxes, I'm actually feeling more settled in myself than I have done in a long time.

So, rolling on from boat life in Turkey, today's post is all about this autumn-ready LFW ensemble by Wallis. I've made it a goal to experiment a bit more with my wardrobe for A/W. So rather than pile on a heavy jumper, I decided to try out a wrap for my first piece of knitwear this season. It's so light and wearable so a perfect transitional layering piece and the bold, eye catching stripes made it perfect for my fashion week look! I teamed it with some kick flares and chic black accessories to finish off the look. I'm always running around at fashion week so went for a midi heel in the form of these cute ankle strap court shoes – how cute do they look paired with these fishnet socks?! I was so happy with how it all came together. Wallis have some knockout pieces in right now and I can't wait to stock up on some more killer bits for Autumn winter!


4 comments

  1. Love this post! That all sounds so exciting. I'm happy to hear you're feeling good about your current situation - and hey, I love you switching up the content on here lately. So much fun to read!

    Love, kerstin
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  2. love it!!!

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  3. Love this outfit! Really like how you've paired the fishnets with those shoes. Also, that bag is so cute!

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  4. this is fab!

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