Luckily, my outfit pick for Day 2 of LFW SS15 was quite a stress-free choice. Prior to the event, I went to the London Jacob Cohen offices in Mayfair where I fell in love with this combo.  A big question mark persisted on the shoes to style it with .. You know I never say no to shoes shopping so it was finally time to make the Nike Airforce 1 mine! (Thank you Selfridges for the late opening hours!!)
The outfit turned out to be infinitely comfortable and suiting perfectly my beloved colour palette of blues and whites.
My obsession for a sport chic look paid off on a feature on Cosmopolitan best street styles .. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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Inside Out The Look:
Jacket: Jacob Cohen SS15 (soon here or try this) | Pants: Jacob Cohen SS15 (soon here) | Shoes: Nike Airforce 1 (here) | 
Top: Zadig&Voltaire (try this on sale!) | Cross body: DVF (similar here) | 
Sunnies: Celine (more here)


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My first outfit for LFW was all about my new Jacob Cohen denim (turns out my favourite denim on the market!) with an awesome pair of pointy loafers by Miu Miu and an Acne Studios cropped sweater I instantly fell in love with when it hit the stores.
I really maintained my style of dressing for comfort and mobility-much needed especially for these days around the shows. Happily, sticking to my guns, I scored some points in the street style interest!
Since I found what people are wearing to the shows just as fascinating as the models on the runway, my next post will be a visual diary of all the photos of the street style I have taken. I want to show you the photos of everything I’ve been up to, the people I met and the styles I found interesting.
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Inside Out The Look:

Jeans: Jacob Cohen (here) | Shoes: Miu Miu (more here) |
Sweater: Acne Studios (here) |
Turtleneck: Uniqlo (here) | Sunglasses: Celine (here) | Bag: American Apparel (here



Infinite Knitwear.
Apparently the days where our knitwear was stopping at the top are over.
It’s underside time!
AW14 doesn’t want us to settle anymore for a pull. The new tricot is in the mood for trespassing the line ..not only, but extra long and extra wide. 

My response on this is OMG! The Comfort!

It felt weird the first 10 minutes I left the house (I have to admit ..) but then:

1. I am in London so I can actually wear whatever and people might think I am cool – tourists attraction!
2. 100% Cashmere on my skin is one of the best feeling – almost as good as the first day of summer vacation bare feet in the sand!
3. If you don’t want to be totally man-repelling you could opt for pointy loafers instead of birks.
4. If you are still unsure, put a trench on it!

But trust me. This is a trend to try!!

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Inside Out the Look:

Trench Coat: Burberry Brit (similar here) | 
Cashmere Pants: more here and high street here | 
Bag: Celine (more totes here) | 
Sunglasses: Celine (here – 10%off the first order!) | Turtleneck: Zara (more here)


Soft essentials are the keys to my wardrobe. So it is on holiday.
What more than this Maje shirt dress? 
Captain of relaxed cuts, this one will never go out of fashion. 
I definitely see it as one of those creations that I can turn to every season – think it layered underneath a chunky knit, with leather pants and loafers. 
I always think of the practicality of a statement piece. Glamour excursus. It is essential that it can be worn day-to-night. Of course, it all depends on the styling details. Such as these flat chic sandals. Traveler or evening, these Louboutin are taking me comfortably through 24 hours of Tuscany out and about. 

Shirt dress: Maje (try this) | Sandals: Christian Louboutin (A/W version here) | 
Sunglasses: Celine (more here) | Tote: Celine (here) | Rings: HM (similar here) | 
Bracelets: Tiffany & Co (here) and Zadig&Voltaire (here)