Hey, Captain! | LFW Day 2


Cap: TOMMYxGIGI | Jumper: H&M | Pants: H&M | Boots: Kurt Geiger (Similar: HERE) | Bag: Gucci | Hair: Tatiana Karelina

It seems like there is no end for the backlog of my posts, but I promise to post all of my LFW outfits as soon as  possible. For day 2 at LFW I decided to style my favourite baker boy cap from TOMMYxGIGI collection. I love absolutely all of the pieces from this capsule collection, they perfectly reflect my casual style and I really wish I could buy the whole collection at once. However, this baker boy cap completely stole my heart because of the design and also because of the way it holds the shape and is very stable when you wear it at the very top of your head.


I decided to style it with my all time favourite jumper from H&M (you’ve probably seen me wearing  it quite a lot last year, but I’m still not ready to give up on it) and double-breasted trousers, also from H&M.






I felt that this look had to be finished with an interesting hair style and just a ponytail wouldn’t be enough for it. Luckily, the amazing girls from Tatiana Karelina salon were really happy to help me out and created this amazing braid/ponytail that gave the whole outfit this fantastic last touch. If you are in London (or Manchester) and in need of some unique hair style or high-quality hair extensions, you need to check out Tatiana Karelina salon. I can guarantee that you will be impressed! You can see more of their masterpieces on their Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/tatianakarelinaofficial/


I didn’t manage to attend many events on Day 2, but one of them left an absolutely astonishing feeling and became my most favourite show of this LFW.

Mother Of Pearl SS17

To say that this show was a bomb is to say the least. I loved every second of it and the aesthetics of new collection is so me, I can’t wait to see some of the items in stores and finally be able to try them on.

This Mother Of Pearl girl, swathed in ruffles and pearls, wasn’t bothered whether you thought she was polished or not, she doesn’t have time for wasted thoughts. If her lipstick was smudged her lipstick was smudged, if her hair had some frizz, deal with it.

I loved the colours combinations, the oversized shapes that I personally wear a lot and little pearl details that were really relevant to the name of the brand and finished the looks nicely.

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Markus Lupfer SS17

Markus Lupfer presented his Spring-Summer 2017 ready-to-wear collection in Euston. The location was a white-walled space, with stainless steel flooring and flowers sprouting from open spaces between the tiles, whilst a sweet, floral scent was sprayed throughout. Entering the presentation gave a clue to the look and feel of the collection as, the contrast of silver flooring and petals encaptured the delicate toughness of Lupfer’s biker-chic gang.

Florals were replaced with more playful bunny rabbit and cat patterns on technical fabrics in light blues and off-yellows. Fabrics were cut into asymmetrical shapes with widening pleats and clean finishes. Overcoats and large-collared shirts gave a sartorial feel to some of the pieces, toying with the contrast between large masculine shapes and delicate dainty fabrics and detailing, such as embroidered pyjama silk.

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