This is what I wore to the Fashion Targets Breast Cancer party last night. And yes, I am typing this slightly hungover (eating grapes and sipping Rooibosh tea seems to be the answer…)
Layering shades of colour isn’t something I usually do but I really like the effect. I’ve been thinking a lot about all white outfits, as in the proper bright all white kind (see handbag designer Hedi Jonsdottir rock this look perfectly!) but I’m still a little nervous, so I’ve taken a softly softly approach and built up with ivory, cream and pale grey instead. And I love all of these pieces. The mohair t-shirt is a very special handmade piece by Amy Hall Knitwear and is incredibly versatile – it goes just as well with ripped boyfriends as it does with a more formal look.
The skirt is one I’ve been waiting for to arrive at F&F for the last few weeks and I love it. I know there was a Topshop one a while back, but totally regretted not getting one and really pleased I did now! And the bag is the perfect little camera bag from one of my all time favourite handbag brands Village England. Honestly, the quality of these bags is extreme and I just feel so right when I wear one, like it totally encapsulates me. Weird, huh? But in a good way!
The party was great fun last night and I’ve got a whole set of photos to come, so keep an eye out. Nothing major planned for the weekend, lunch with baby friends and oh wait, a proper night out for dinner sans toddler this Saturday, cannot wait! And I’ll probably be at Chatsworth Road market on Sunday, so if you’re in the area pop by the DAUGHTER OF JÓN stall and pick up one of the fab market bags!
Amy Hall Knitwear SS14 mohair t-shirt (on loan) | F&F organza skirt* | Village England handbag* | Shellys London shoes* via Zalando| Jake & Alice star ring* | Anna Lou of London heart ring* | Anna Lou of London silver rings & tag necklace* | NOWSEEN stacker ring (get 30% off with code STYLO30) | Annina Vogel chain ring | Stephen Einhorn skull ring* | Gorjana midi ring via Shopbop