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Lulu Guinness


By July 1, 2013 OUTFITS 1
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It has become a fashion rule, when I wear the lips clutch from Lulu Guinness, I also have to put red lipstick on. It is a matching business between make-up and accessories. And I always knew that hot red with the season’s black & white stripes would fit just right.

I was wearing–> Whole outfit: Zara; Lips clutch: Lulu Guinness; Necklace: Aldo

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Kiss me over the bridge

By May 17, 2013 OUTFITS 1

For long I have loved the Lulu Guinness lips clutch and its uniqueness. As soon as she launched a collaboration with Uniqlo a couple of months ago, my dear mom came with this t-shirt, which has one of Lulu’s iconic prints, as a little surprise. My first thought: I have to wear it with my clutch, like the lips the shirt is missing. I did, went on this bridge and took my Lulus with me, well, on me and snappy snaps! The look is much of what her label stands for; the classic colour palette of black, white and red, just as the Uniqlo collection is, flirty and slightly glamorous. I added a casual touch with the boyfriend jeans, that any boyfriend seems to like, a classy jacket, accessories and red lipstick. Voila!

Shirts from this collaboration are still available here. They are affordable, have Lulu Guinness iconic prints on and are made of 100% quality cotton.

Happy Friday, happy weekend!

I was wearing–> T-shirt: Uniqlo x Lulu Guinness; Jeans, jacket & shoes: Zara; Lips clutch: Lulu Guinness; Rings: Sam Ubhi, grandma’s

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I was wearing–> T-shirt: Uniqlo x Lulu Guinness; Jeans, jacket & shoes: Zara; Lips clutch: Lulu Guinness; Rings: Sam Ubhi, grandma’s

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Minnie Mouse: Designers embrace Disney’s First Lady

By September 25, 2012 Colours, Displays, Glamour

I believe that almost every girl have had a Minnie Mouse fever once in her life, if not a lifetime obsession regardless the age or home country. We all know that stylish lady from Disney that captivated the world with her long eyelashes (although Daisy Duck wins on that feature), high heels, girly dress, bows in between her big round ears and polka dots. Above all, very feminine wearing red and pink. Her style has become iconic through generations since her first appearance in 1928, and to celebrate this gorgeous mouse in fashion, talented and successful designers have got together to create a charity collection, which was launched during London Fashion Week at Somerset House.

The collection has a variety of garments, Lulu Guinness introduced a bag design, milliner Piers Atkinson made a creation of fury ears, Terry de Havilland designed a pair of wedges and Richard Nicoll included a lovely dress highlighting Minnie’s silhoutte with the round ears on the shoulders. Other signatures such as Giles Deacon, Tatty Devine, Meadham Kirchhoff and Bunney also contributed to this exhibition being showcased during LFW SS13.

I find Nicoll’s dress the coolest and would definitely wear it. Would combine it with a pair of chic pumps or glitteri MiuMiu sandals. Which is your favourite piece?

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Outfit of the day: LFW – Day 2

By September 19, 2012 OUTFITS 1

Here’s the second outfit I wore during London Fashion Week SS13. On the day 2 of LFW I wanted to include my brand new Lulu Guinness red lips clutch to any look, so this was the first time I went for it! It worked perfect for a day of shows, including Todd Lynn, followed by an amazing time at the Style Lounge of Fashion Monitor (thanks guys!) and a cool party at night. The look fitted in the different ocassions, as well as I mixed some good old garments in my wardrobe, like that black & white striped blouse with the other pieces. The first kiss.

I was wearing–> Blouse and jacket: Zara; leather skirt: Topshop; Necklace and earrings: H&M; Boots: Aldo, Clutch: Lulu Guinness

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New in: Kiss me

By September 14, 2012 Designers, NEW IN

It has arrived! Say hello to the new garment in my wardrobe. It is the coolest clutch you could possible think of. Let me introduce you to this thick red lips from Lulu Guinness, inspired in the ‘glamour and feminity of red lipstick’. For a long time I have been in love with this iconic piece and trademark from the label, in all its different colours, designs and textures, therefore, I am so happy to welcome this sexy accessory (see it here). Thanks Lulu Guinness! Now it’s time to kiss an outfit with it!

PS: I am off to London Fashion Week, keep an eye around here! Follow me on Instagram (@fashioninsideout) and Twitter (@LindaSharkey) for all the updates!

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Outfit of the day: Umbrellas out!

By June 6, 2012 OUTFITS 1

Yes we are all confused with this weather, ha! But good face to bad forecast, so just a touch of colour and umbrellas out. Yesterday I went for a walk at Bicester Village, an outlet shopping centre with top designer labels and my top list brands, very close to Oxford and one hour away from London, so I loved it and the rain really didn’t stop me from making out the most from the last day of the 4-day long Jubilee weekend. Now, this week we are all back to boots and ready-for-rain outfits! Meanwhile, I’ll take advantage of it to put some different looks together before getting back to the summer mood.


Si, por aca estamos todos confundidos con este clima! Pero al mal tiempo buena cara, así que un poco de color y paraguas afuera! Ayer fuí por un paseo en Bicester Village, un centro comercial outlet con las mejores tiendas y diseñadores, muy cerca de Oxford y como a una hora de Londres, así que me encantó y la lluvia realmente no me paró de aprovechar el último dia del fin de semana Jubilee que duró 4 dias. Ahora, esta semana estamos todos de vuelta a las botas y looks de lluvia! Yo, mientras aprovecho antes de volver a la onda verano.


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London Fashion Weekend 2010 from the inside

By March 11, 2010 Catwalk, Designers, Elle, Events, LFW

London Fashion Weekend 2010: Screens at the catwalk

London Fashion Week 25th anniversary was an entire success, but when you thought it was sadly over, the London Fashion Weekend invaded the spectacular neo-classical building in the heart of London, Somerset House, from 25 to 28 February.

Fashionistas delightfully enjoyed the shopping of over 100 designers’ collections at incredible discounts, such as DKNY Jeans, Juicy Couture, Luella, Michael Kors, Mawi, Alex Monrow, Eley Kishimoto, Lulu Guinness, Irwin&Jordan, Ella Moss, Emporio and much more.

This year, London Fashion Weekend offered a lively bazaar-type event with Champaign and wines spots for you to be able to shop in the best mood. However, every season the shopping seems to get more and more addictive, from jackets, fur coats and dresses to shoes, bags and jewels.

You could also have the option of paying a little bit more and enjoy stunning catwalks presented by the internationally renamed TV presenter and Fashion journalist Louise Roe.

Professional models rounded up the key looks for Spring/Summer 2010, with help from a selection of British and International trend leading designers including Betty Jackson, Herve Leger, Jasper Conran, Alice by Temperley, Ashley Isham, Twenty8Twelve and Jaeger London.

Showing four different trends, they opened the catwalk with “Candy Rock”, a runway that lighted the audience with white pieces and accents of pastels, floral cutwork in leather and chiffon, as well as shades of nude and palest pink. Second, “Swallows and Amazons” surprised the fashionistas with luxurious layers, ruffles, textures, combinations of mismatched pieces of luxe and denim with classical nautical tailoring and gothic leather. This was the direct advice of “don’t be afraid to mix up your wardrobes!” Third, “Vintage Glamour” reminded that vintage clothing is relevant today as ever, showing vintage plated mini dresses, driving the audience back to the Seventies. It was a mixture of vintage, high street and designer.

Finally, Betty Jackson’s Spring/Summer 2010 collection closed the catwalk with sophisticated design solutions exemplified by a play on proportion and using fine art derived flower prints in pastel shades, colorful jersey dresses, and seel grey and navy soft silks complemented with sheer silver lurex.

Louise gave an exclusive backstage insight on the biggest hair looks for spring/summer 2010 straight from the catwalk, highlighting the ultimate fashion accessory, the hair. As Tony & Guy has become the synonymous of fabulous hair, being the most powerful hairdressing in the world, it was the main character in the London Fashion Weekend. They not only prepared the models, but also had a big spot in the event, where you could stop by, be naughty and have a radical change of look.

However, this year’s London Fashion Weekend was organized as ever before and had a long designer’s list where you could visit. People were having a glass of Champaign while moving from one designer’s spot to another.

There was some shopaholic energy going on there.

The atmosphere was simply electrifying!

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Swallows and Amazons catwalk:

Louise Roe gives an insight into the ultimate hair trends by Tony & Guy:

Betty Jackson catwalk:

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