21 Feb, 2024

London Fashion Week Outfit Diary LFW

Hello darlings, as promised live from London! It’s finally time to spill the tea on the outfits that lit up this Fashion Week. I really wanted to write that as it seemed appropriate considering I am coming straight from London.

Starting with the mesmerising Richard Quinn show. I simply couldn’t contain my excitement for this outfit! Picture this: a stunning, floor-length white gown adorned with delicate sequins, exuding sheer elegance and grace. It was as if I had stepped into a dream.  Some of my dear followers even suggested that this gown could easily double as a wedding dress – now I have to tell you that Richard Quinn really would be a perfect contender for that special gown? As I slipped into this masterpiece, I felt an undeniable sense of magic wash over me. I cinched the waist with a black belt featuring a lovely satin bow, and then I added those sheer Other Stories gloves, along with a Ferragamo silver bag and their stunning silver shoes.

Next up, let’s talk about the JW Anderson look.  Centre piece: a V-neck panelled dress in a chic beige hue, paired with the star of the show: vibrant orange leather heels, boasting the iconic JW logo embellishment on the heel, I love these shoes so much I even searched all the internet to find them. Completing the look, we have the semi-knitted shoulder bag, also from JW Anderson, accompanied by a pair of Loewe sunglasses and an array of statement jewellery pieces, because when it comes to accessorising not always more is more, but when it is – you simply know it.

Third, we have the David Koma show. The pièce de résistance? His dazzling black sequinned maxi dress. This dress was so comfortable. Oh, and you’ll be seeing a lot of those sheer Other Stories gloves on repeat; they just add that extra touch of glam to any ensemble, don’t you think? To complete the look, I opted for a striped Saint Laurent blazer, silver Ferragamo heels, and my new beloved Alaia bag.

For a little Jimmy Choo shoot t I wore this little black dress from Magda Butrym (you might recall it from my huge Magda Butrym unboxing video), paired flawlessly with the Jimmy Choo Azia 85 sandals, with touch of blue and their chic black leather bag adorned with golden hardware. But do we really need to discuss who stole the show here? Do we?

Finishing off with the Emilia Wickstead look. The summer wool dress in khaki colour, boasting a chic shoulder wrap that ties together effortlessly. It’s that kind of garment that offers both comfort and sophistication in one fell swoop. Complemented by their sleek black sandals and The Row half-moon handbag, I added a sprinkle of accessories for that final flair.







Jimmy Choo



Photography courtesy of Barney Curran


xo xo Tamara


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