Posts tagged London
We all love a bargain right? Because of that and because I know we’ve all become online sales hunters I got an exclusive invite to all my London-based readers to Reiss sample sale, running until Saturday. You might be very surprised with the beautiful garments in mens and womenswear at great prices. However, if you won’t be able to make it, but still don’t want to miss their sales, there’s an online outlet that you can find HERE. Happy shopping!
Shop their current SS13 Collections now live at Reiss
Yes, I’m back in London after a week of intense sun. Back to the freezing weather! Shouldn’t March bring spring? As you can see I still got all my winter wardrobe out and it looks like I will continue to wear it all for now. According to the weather cast it will snow this weekend, how’s that even possible? Can’t wait for the sun to hit town and the colourful outfits to walk the capital, eventually. Meanwhile, coats, hats and gloves on!
I was wearing–> Coat: Zara; Skirt and shoulder bag: Topshop; Scarf: Warehouse; Gloves: Hugo Boss
Heavy snow is not all bad news of travel disruptions, dangerous roads or flights cancelled. It can also be something different in your hometown. Coming within lots of fun and certainly a short flight back to childhood, building snowmen, sliding down hills and fighting with snowballs. So let’s embrace it while it lasts, on my end (London) the white blanket comes for a short time! Keep warm and wear the puffy clothes that you wouldn’t wear everyday, just like this duvet jacket of mine from Eddie Bauer. You got the perfect excuse. Oh and the Hunter Boots are perfect if you don’t want to ruin any other boots and the red socks keep my feet warm! … Happy Monday everyone!
The heavy snow hit the UK yesterday and I must say how much I loved to see London covered in white! Here are some of the pics from a mini break I took at work. It looks like more snow is in its way, so keep warm and enjoy!
What a year it has been for me! Hard work -double job (Independent.co.uk and here, my beloved blog!
2012 was a crucial year in London, where I lived the Olympics, the Diamond Jubilee, Fashion Weeks and more…
It has been a year of good and bads, but above all, a year of life lessons, love and an amazing year for www.fashioninsideout.co.uk, actually its first ‘real’ year. I am so grateful for the people that have come on my way, for the support I have had and for my amazing followers, to you THANK YOU! Sometimes we better treasure every single experience and I will do with all I lived in 2012. I just can say I am looking forward for an even better 2013! Feeling the good vibes already… Happy New Year from Vail, Colorado!!!
I am sure I missed lots of amazing moments in this video, but here are lots of them! Watch a bit of fashioninsideout’s best 2012 snaps:
I have been wanting to go to see the musical everyone has been applauding so much since it opened its doors in London’s West End.
And finally I went yesterday to see Matilda the musical!!! We managed to find tickets although they seemed to be sold out until January 2013, what pretty much revelas its huge success.
Why am I so excited? Well, Matilda was one of my favourite childhood films, I could see it over and over again without getting bored, I even tried to move things with my eyes once (ok, more than once), but of course no success.
Anyways, I must say how much I fully enjoyed the musical, the talented actors, the music, the script, everything! And I cannot understand this little girl acting as Matilda, my jaw dropped as I saw her on stage. The four girls that play this character won Best Actress in a musical at the Oliver awards 2012 and I can see why.
Other than fashion, London has certainly fantastic entertainment and the West End is a protagonist on it. Yesterday was literally a flashback!
PS: Thank you to Rob and my mom for taking me!
The Indian style in clothes and accessories embraces mostly every season, with different styles and colours. It could go very Colorado, USA during winter or very colourful during summer and that was exactly what I spotted on the SS13 collections of Fiona Paxton and Buba London, both adding an opulent colour palette of bright and neon tones to the gorgeous designs. I simply felt in love with both signatures.
With very different concepts, of course, their pieces are stunning.
Fiona can’t hide her love for Indian artisanship with the iconography of the British punk era she grew up in. Bringing her background and love into luxury jewellery she mixes different materials and adds a touch of bright colour to opaque designs, as well as lovely mosaics to the long and thick necklaces, bracelets and earrings. The first Paxton necklace on this post just blows me away with the materials and colours, it is the gorgeous piece that would make the look.
Buba London is mainly known for its embellished handbags but it now introduces this new line of jewellery. On its side, it gets more into a feminine soul with flower shapes decorated by colourful stones. However, it also goes geometrical with sharp pyramids around the neck, creating a statement piece. Statement jewellery.
I wanted to show you what I wore for Fashion’s Night Out on Thursday. I knew I was going to walk a lot, so heels weren’t really an option, so guess what? My new cowboy boots winked at me and I couldn’t resist. For long time I had that outfit together of the mint skirt with a mermaid cut at the back, and the floral print silk blouse. I added long earrings and went for hair up -classy, very AW though. The whole look is mainly from H&M, for exception of the Topshop boots and BCBG handbag.