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What to wear for London Fashion Week A/W 13

  Sunday 3rd February 2013
  Sunday 3rd February 2013

London Fashion Week is only a couple of weeks away, so fashion-conscious females from all over the world are planning their outfits. What look will you be going for? 

Will you be wearing monochrome like the Moschino models of the SS 13 shows? Or stepping into your flapper dress from the Gatsby-inspired look? Perhaps you haven’t even started to think about your outfit yet, or you are in need of inspiration. 

We have decided to share with you our favourite fail-proof look for this Fashion Week. 

The new nude. Screen Shot 2013-01-31 at 20.16.51

Nudes have been seen all over the catwalks and the streets. By wearing different shades of nude colours such as camel or beige, you can look casually chic. 

Start by wearing a nude pant; any fit will do, but capri cuts are very in this season. Pair your pants with a slouchy knit jumper for that effortless look. If you want to add some colour to your look, you could wear something with a nude floral print. 

You will, of course, need an oversized bag to hold your show schedule, camera and lippy. Some simple accessories such as necklaces and earrings in rose gold complement this look perfectly.

To complete this fabulous look, you will need a large hat and a pair of statement shoes. What is great about this look is that you can wear flats and still look stylish, so there is no need to be getting your stilettos caught in Somerset House’s pebbled floor. That way any embarrassing falls can be avoided. 

No matter what look you decide, we are sure that you will have every street style photographer stopping to snap a picture of your outfit. 

Katie Marie Clarke

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