Day 2 was officially the most freezing day since the start of September and I was extremely thankful to have these PVC boots on hand for this occasion - not to mention a warm bomber to snuggle up in while waiting in line outside of shows. After an always uncomfortably dressed Day 1, comfort was absolute key for me on Day 2 - purely for my own sanity (being cold and uncomfortable provokes a mardy Laura and I can assure you no one wants to see that).
I picked up this tulle skirt from Zara a few weeks ago and knew right away that it would be in my case for LFW to jump right in for the AW16 trends - and being a former ballet dancer I fell completely in love with not only this skirt, but the entire tulle offering this season's collection has in store. I basically have a wishlist longer than my arm of pieces that take me back to my glory days - its safe to say i've officially developed an obsession which is tempting me hard to book my next barre class and start over again!
Ballet's influence on the fashion world has not only dominated our high street, but also the editorials we're seeing in our favourite publications. I'm sure you've all spotted the controversy of Kendall Jenner's most recent Vogue Spain shoot, where she's photographed frolicking in leg warmers and sophisticated pieces donning a pair of Capezio's. Dancers around the world have been going wild about the 'appropriation' of ballet, but the point they're missing is that it's actually appreciation... Here's to hoping this trend that brings so much nostalgia sticks around for a while.