My stomach still flutters when I look back on what was one of the most fashion filled long weekends I’ve had so far. Belfast Fashion Week passed in a flash! With the Designers and Boutiques Show on Thursday evening, High Street Heaven on Friday evening and The F Word Brunch on Saturday, my brain had gone into overload and the money in my pocket began burning an even bigger hole. I’ve decided to break up this post up into three separate blog posts to make it more enjoyable to read!
Today, I’m starting off with the Designers and Boutiques Show.
My Favourite Looks
Sexy, glittery and flattering. The black dress modelled by Thandi was particularly my favourite.
Elegant, designer feel and unique. Feathers are a big trend this season and Angela Sloan hit the nail on the head with the feather detail dress.
Everyone’s favourite dress boutique based on the Lisburn road back with even more stunning looks.
Based in Doagh, Ballyclare, Cameo showcased ready to wear looks. The checked suit needs to find its way to my wardrobe ASAP!
Races? A wedding? Grainne Maher has everything you need to be the best dressed.
In Chlo Mo
I think I might be In Chlo Mo’s number one fan. I couldn’t help but smile when each modelled strutted down the catwalk in these designs! Chloe’s styles are unique and out there and I can’t get enough of them.
Elegant dresses for every occasion and with royal blue as this season’s colour for the boutique, you’ll give Kate a run for her money!
Ruby 67 Boutique
I’m obsessed with Ruby 67’s range of looks for the winter months. Team one of their dresses complementing your curves with a faux fur scarf and your ready to go.
Remember the glasses I wore to the launch of Fashion Week back in August? The William Morris collection of frames hit the catwalk leaving us all in awe and wanting specs!
What I Wore
Tan – B Perfect
Body – Topshop (sold out)
Skirt – Pretty Little Thing
Jacket – Primark
Boots – Pretty Little Thing
Bag – Zara
Top – River Island
Trousers – Stolen from her dad’s wardrobe
Belt – Gucci
Shoes – New Look