Autumn is on its way and I am officially ready to begin transitioning my wardrobe.
There are many designer shows that influence me when I transition my wardrobe in between seasons, and for AW I am taking much inspiration from the 60’s edge at Gucci. Often I study shows during fashion week and I see pieces I like across the board, but it is only a few shows that will truly inspire me in their entirety, and Gucci was one of those this season.
This isn’t the first time that I am writing about the Gucci AW14-15 show, and the closer Autumn gets the more I find myself dreaming of all things Gucci…and how I can get the look at a more affordable price tag.
I find the whole 60’s vibe so endearing.
I desperately want to be a 60’s Gucci girl, with my A line leather mini skirts , knee high boots and fluffy [faux] shearling coats, and yes I want all of these in every colour.
I’m currently on the lookout for AW pieces that can give me that Gucci girl edge, so stay tuned for a ‘get the look’ Gucci post soon!
There have been some real gems on the catwalks this season, but like most of us I only look to high end designers for inspiration due to the huge price tag that comes with them. Sometimes, though, we get lucky and the high street will release amazing, and affordable, interpretations of what we have seen on the catwalks.
Okay, so I know Kate Moss is one of biggest fashion icons in the world, but I really did not like what she wore to The British Fashion Awards!! It may be Alexander McQueen and she may be a massive fashion icon, but I just don’t think it suited her at all (although I did LOVE the coat). Some would argue she can wear whatever she wants, she is THE Kate Moss after all, but a leather mini dress? Really?
But I did manage to find an alternative look for Kate, and the unlikely style inspiration of what I think would look better on Kate comes from Donatella Versace, who was also at the event. This isn’t to say that Donatella looked better than Kate ( she actually looked quite tacky, as usual) but that if Kate wore that dress instead she would have looked so much better! What do you think?
(And seeing as we’re swapping dresses, I’d like to point out that I think Kate’s whole outfit would have looked a lot nicer on Sienna Miller, who wore an emerald green gown for the event)
Okay, so yesterday I went out wrapped up quite warmly in my jumper and my leather bomber jacket and I was still cold! So it is safe to say that yes, Autumn (and soon Winter) is upon us and we need to start wrapping up a little bit warmer, which is why this blog is going to be dedicated to the best gloves, scarves and hats that I could find.
The Christmas Ones: The Furry Ones: The Printed Ones: The Pink Ones:
The Slogan One: The Embellished One: The Earmuffs: The Furry Headband:
The Floral One: The Furry One: The Wooly One: The Tartan One: