All Saints Grey Coat With Skinny Jeans at Bristol Fashion Week
This outfit is a little old as it’s the one that I wore to the Bristol Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 show about a month ago, but I hadn’t gotten around to posting it yet. Bristol Fashion Week is one of my favourite events as it’s really fun to see the other fashion bloggers and watch the models dance down the runway instead of just walk. This season it was hosted by Lucy Watson from Made in Chelsea and Mark Heyes, the famous stylist. Usually we see Andrew Barton take the stage with Mark, but it was a nice change.
For my outfit, I wore my All Saints Lorie Tula Coat in Grey (buy it here in the sale and get an extra 20% off with the code EXTRA20) with my Citizens of Humanity Rocket Crop Jeans in Aura and my Topshop Peplum Top in Burgundy. I thought it would make a nice mix of colours and dimensions, pairing together the different hues and fits. I finished it with my Rebecca Minkoff Love Cross Body Bag in Denim (buy it here) and my Carvela Burgundy Booties.
Overall, I think this is a look that I can definitely see being something that I gravitate towards more often. I’m really intro structured coats that have a really slim fit so they don’t overwhelm my frame, I think they pair nicely with skinny jeans and heels or boots. I actually loved this one so much that I just bought it in beige too, with the sale discount, so I couldn’t be happier to have both shades! I hope you all had a lovely weekend and I would love to know what you think of the outfit! Please do comment and let me know below! I read and reply to everyone of them.
And here are some photos from the SS15 Bristol Fashion Week show. It takes place at the Mall at Cribbs Causeway twice a year, not long after London Fashion Week. The bloggers this time around got to do a video interview about the show and of course collect their blogger pass which gets you early entry into the show and gives you permission to take photos inside the mall. My favourite trends from this SS15 season were the 70’s pieces (mainly from Topshop) and the overload of denim, in double and triple form! Enjoy!