Tuesday, September 16

london eye


As prim and proper as London may seem, a wild print never looks out of place. That's certainly proving to be the case this week on the city's runways (Erdem, Peter Pilotto, Burberry, etc)--and on the streets, where the local and international rainbow warriors are maxing out on layers (and layers) of mixed patterns, colorful capes, chunky knits, vibrant lace and eccentric fur. Here are some of my favorite looks, along with some ways to execute this punchy style. 


The floral lace hem on this Topshop skirt, above, is both edgy and feminine--just the way I like it.


Moda Operandi founder Lauren Santo Domingo opts for a languid lace skirt in the prettiest pale pink shade, tempering its frothiness with a Carven chunky patchwork knit sweater.


Leandra Medine kicks up her bluesy mood (love that Stella McCartney skirt!) with Etoile Isabel Marant leopard print sneakers


I'd love to carry around a plush faux fur bag like this--kind of like a pet, but it doesn't bark, and you don't have to feed it!

Photos: W Magazine, British Vogue, IMAXTREE, Vogue, Elle

6 comments:

Susie Hwang said...

A thousand thanks if you can help source the sassy shoes in the TopShop skirt photo. Must find! PS--your blog is my daily must read, thank you!

Anonymous said...

lovely post. always loved london fashion. do you maybe know where the chunky knit is from in the last photo (with the faux fur purse)?

thanks!

Marlien Rentmeester said...

Hi Susie, the shoes are by Dolce Vita but from a past season. They're good ones!

Lindley Pless, The Sentimentalist said...

Hi love! Any idea about who makes the off-white sweater pictured with the fabulous maroon fur purse? Thanks! xoxo

Marlien Rentmeester said...

That gorgeous sweater is by And Other Stories. You can find it here:
http://bit.ly/1Gg7Tqd

The clutch is by Reformation

Anonymous said...

Any idea where Leandra's blue sweater is from? I've searched high and low!
Thx