Day Two was a little bit of a wash out in more ways than one. The rain didn’t stop all day which made heading to shows a tad difficult.
After having too much fun at the Boden party on Saturday night I wasn’t feeling my best and the rain wasn’t helping matters either. Failed to get into the first show of the day as it was over subscribed. Which left lots of people very mad after queuing in the rain for half and hour. Caught a taxi across town to see another show and missed it because we got stuck in traffic, nightmare! After all this we decided that we had to end our day with pizza, just to console ourselves. We went along to Homeslice, which was amazing. And the tunes were awesome too!
On day two I opted for my most comfortable of outfits. These slouchy grey trousers are the closest things to pyjamas I could wear at the time. But they look super smart, perfect for teaming with my white trainers. I love mixing tailored pieces with sportswear, it makes it less formal but still tres chic!
I spotted this bomber jacket in our sample sale at work and I had to have it. It’s by French designer Christine Phung and I loved it. It’s lined so it was actually pretty warm and it comes complete with a little secret inside pocket which I thought was a cool detail. The abstract design is just what a plain outfit like this needed. Bomber, trousers and trainers were all from La Redoute.
Can I get enough of polo-necks? Answers on a postcard. They’re just so versatile I literally wear them with everything. This one was around £12 from New Look, I’m going back to get more colours. But when I say colour I mean white, grey and more black.
You may remember I attended the Radley Christmas event last year where I was gifted a rather lovely little grey number, which can be worn as a clutch, a cross-body or even on your belt loop. I thought it was the perfect hue to go with this outfit. What do you think?