Saturday, 29 March 2014

Translating Catwalk Looks into your Everyday Wardrobe

So basically I think that Karl Lagerfeld, Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan are all geniuses when it comes to creating eye catching pieces for the catwalk but most of the time I would not go about my daily duties wearing catwalk attire (think Chanel head to toe tweed avec blue eyeshadow). I always try to stick to the simple rule,  'Do I feel comfortable in this?' and I also have to remind myself that just because it is designer, doesn't mean it's nice. Sometimes buying an outrageous piece pays off but most of the time it will hang in the wardrobe until I actually pluck up enough courage to wear it. So this is basically a waste of money when I could be incorporating the latest styles into outfits suitable for the everyday. I've been scouring the internet to see if I could find more wearable clothes and accessories that had elements of the 2014 catwalk in them and here's what I found...enjoy!

CHANEL                                                                        ASOS

GUCCI                                                                        NASTY GAL
Gucci SS14 at Milan Fashion Week                

BURBERRY                                                         ASOS
        Image 1 of ASOS Blouse with Cut About Lace Inserts

VALENTINO                                                      MISSGUIDED
Valentino AW14, Paris Fashion Week         

CHANEL                                                                 THAKOON
   Chanel AW14, Paris Fashion Week             

MULBERRY                                                               NEW LOOK
          Image 4 of New Look Pixelated Skirt

FENDI                                                                 BANKFASHION.CO.UK


  1. Love posts like this! Although there seems to be a lot of sheer numbers that I don't think I could pull off, I'd definitely go for that ASOS/Chanel number!

    Holly ♥

    1. Thanks! x and yeah, some of the shirts and dresses I've seen have been unwearable but that one is not too see through and I love the plaid pattern :)