(Jacket – Exact, Jeans – Exact, T-Shirt – Exact, Scarf – Similar, Shoes – Exact) I wore this outfit yesterday when I went to go and meet the lovely Mimi Noor for coffee, well water in my case, ha ha. Hopefully in a few months (or sooner) some of our plans will come to light and I will be able to share them with you! I’ve actually had this metallic biker jacket for quite a few months, but since it was warmer, I hadn’t got around to wearing it yet. I really love metallics though, so I think it’s great! I’m wearing a Topshop Metallic Biker Jacket, Studded Slippers and Floral Snood, my Koral Los Angeles Merlot Jeans and my Forever 21 Grey T-Shirt. Also, in a couple of hours I am headed to Bristol Fashion Week for the fashion show I mentioned not long ago. I’m excited to actually meet more fashion bloggers, especially Tara from The Style Rawr, she’s very sweet. I will be Tweeting and Instagramming from the show, so make sure you are following me @LornaRaindrops. Anyway, what do you think of the outfit?
(Jacket – Exact, Collar – Exact, T-Shirt – Exact, Jeans – Exact, Bag – Exact, Shoes – Similar) This is the outfit that I wore yesterday when I went out for the afternoon with my boyfriend. We ate at Wagamama’s and did some window shopping. You can see our food photos at the bottom of this post, just to let you know! I bought this faux fur collar in the sale last week and I absolutely love it! I love the look of furry items (faux of course, never real) and I think this will be so versatile! Instead of buying new coats and jackets, I can just wear it around my existing ones like here! I’m wearing my Koral jeans, Topshop PU leather jacket, Pieces faux fur collar and mink bag from ASOS, a Forever 21 t-shirt and my River Island black booties. Again this is another combination of my favourite colours for Autumn; burgundy, black and white. I actually really like how this turned out though, the faux fur collar really adds something to the look. Also, I wanted to say thank you to Stylight for sending me a gift bag which included a pretty blue crystal necklace and blogger tote (pictured below). Did you all have a nice weekend? What do you think of my outfit? As always you can purchase the pieces I’m wearing in the links under the first image.
(Jeans – Similar, Jacket – Similar, Top – Exact, Shoes – Similar) The weather was cool enough on Saturday to wear my new Pull & Bear jacket so I decided to pair it with a casual outfit. I kept it comfortable with my Bleulab jeans, a simple vest top and my high tops and I sort of colour coordinated for Autumn. I have actually fallen in love more than I thought I would with this jacket. It’s so cute and easy to wear! I love the drawstring in the middle so that it doesn’t hide your waist. It helps to keep it feminine. I’m wearing my Pull & Bear Khaki Jacket With Faux Leather Sleeves, my Bleulab Reversible Jeans, a Miss Selfridge Burgundy Tank Top and my River Island Hidden Heel Burgundy High Tops. Did you all have a nice weekend? I usually include my lunch photos from when I go out with my boyfriend, however this time around I was really hungry so I didn’t worry too much about taking the photos. You have seen what I ate before though, I chose my usual pizza with no cheese from one of my favourite Italian Pizza places. So what do you think of the outfit? By the way, don’t forget to follow me on Twitter, FaceBook, Pinterest and Instagram (@LornaRaindrops) to keep up to date with my photos and things!
I couldn’t think of a title for this post that would be really interesting so I just went with how I feel. I found these jeans at the Diesel store in London a couple of weeks ago after seeing the new collections at the headquarters, and I was very lucky to be given them to review for DenimBlog. Diesel was one of my first denim loves, maybe coming up to 5 years ago. Now they have completely redesigned the women’s collection and having these jeggings really did make me fall in love with the brand all over again. I’m wearing Diesel Jegonfire skinny jeans, an old All Saints white jersey top and my Kurt Geiger nude Eleanor heels. Since these jeans are now one of my new favourites, I love to pair them with a really simple outfit like this one. They have so much detail on them that I love, like the moto knee stitching and the rip as well as the pretty wash, I don’t want to overshadow it. I’m really glad that Diesel did start doing jeggings, these are the comfiest pair I own by the brand! I can’t get enough of them! What do you think of them? Do you love them too? And are you all ready for Christmas? (Follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin and Facebook)
This past week has been crazy! I have been so busy! I was in London for press days on Tuesday, back in London on Thursday for Paige’s VIP party, I finally got to see Twilight at the cinema on Friday and yesterday I was at the theatre watching Beauty and the Beast. I’m really tired now but I don’t have anything to do this week so I am going to enjoy the big rest! I will be making a lot more posts on my blog too. I will of course put up pictures from the VIP party soon! I’m wearing Don’t Cry Baby skinny jeans, a burgundy Zara blazer, a H&M white t-shirt, my Topshop leopard print scarf and Saffi red heels. This is an outfit I put together over a week ago but I never got around to posting it as I haven’t blogged much lately. This blazer has become my favourite though! It fits perfectly and the colour is gorgeous! I am so glad I finally got to watch the new Twilight too! I have been wanting to for a while and I think it was amazing! I haven’t read the books yet so the story is always brand new to me. I plan on reading them soon though! Also, seeing Beauty and the Beast on stage was so good! I loved it! How have you all been? I also wanted to share with you that I did a Holiday Boutique for Revolve Clothing for DenimBlog. I had so much fun doing that! You can see it here and shop the selection. It’s next to Nicole Richie’s and…
First of all I wanted to wish my American readers a happy thanksgiving! I hope you are all having a nice day today! We don’t celebrate it here in England but I know it’s an important holiday to you. I’m wearing Paige Verdugo leggings in Paige Blue, a H&M t-shirt, a Topshop black blazer, berry scarf, Glam heels and rainbow ring. For this outfit, I was styling the blue jeggings for a review on DenimBlog and I thought adding the pop of red with this scarf would really make it stand out. I bought this scarf along with a hat in the Oxford Circus Topshop in London. It was my first time actually going in the store and it’s amazing! It has 5 floors and so much stuff, it was overwhelming, but being a huge Topshop fan, it was also a dream come true! I loved it! I’m actually off to London again next week, twice, and then I don’t have to go for a while. I have more press events to attend and also another event which I will tell you more about later, but it’s one I am SO excited for! I can’t wait to share it with you! It’s going to be really fun! So what do you think of my outfit? (Follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin and Facebook)
Sorry it’s taken me so long to post about my time at Donna Ida! The posts were going up individually on DenimBlog and I just finished putting the last one up today so I piled all of the images together and made them into one big post for you all to see. I had an amazing time there trying on lots of different jeans, styling outfits with the stylist and modelling the clothes for the Donna Ida blog. Donna (below middle) is also amazingly lovely! She’s so friendly and so is Kim (below right), she’s wonderful! There are loads of photos in this post of my time at the Donna Ida boutique on Belgravia and my outfits as well as a little video I put together of what was going on behind the scenes. What do you think? You can check out the posts on DenimBlog here and find out more about the Denim Clinic and you can check out the Donna Ida blog posts here and here. (Follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin and Facebook)
Here are the second lot of London photos which include Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, the River Thames, parts of Westminster and more. I think I have to say that Big Ben was my favourite, the clock face is amazing! The gold and the black really stands out, it’s so beautiful. It was really surreal being stood on the famous Westminster bridge that so many people stand on! I loved it! The day was so tiring though, I haven’t been that exhausted in a while but I think it was worth it! There are a lot more photos here so make sure you click this blog post. What area is your favourite from my photos? (Follow me on Twitter, Bloglovin and Facebook)