I had the pleasure of aiding some fabulous shoppers the other week at L.K.Bennett's store in Marylebone High Street. If you haven't had a walk down there, then do. It's such a lovely little part of London that is so close to the hustle and bustle yet feels like miles away. Think boutique, high end shops (it reminds me of the scenes in the movie Notting Hill for some reason) with some very good charity shops too!
|All about me! (Right next to that gorgeous scarf!)|
L.K's have some great work wear staples not to mention their shoes which covers you from flats to courts to boots. If you are near, stop by and pay Natasha and her team a visit, they are all so friendly and helpful and know their stock very well.
My favourite item from the night had to be these little bobby dazzlers which had me and a shopper mesmerised in conversation over them. Team with a great boyfriend jean for a chic, understated look.
|The 'Tilly' £195|
Over to what I wore for the evening. I started with my feet and worked upwards! My trusted L.K sandals were the basis for the colours of my outfit. I wanted to wear a trouser as I feel my most comfortable in them when running around looking after clients. Then I decided on a blazer to keep the ensemble smart. It was the first outing for my bargain sparkly Topshop blazer (blogged about here) and I loved wearing it. I then picked out the nude/pink from the shoes and popped that colour underneath the blazer. Please excuse the grainy, tired looking shots. I took the photo around 11pm after a long day.
Lastly I added some accessories. This broach was my Nan's, its costume jewellery, not real diamonds but I am hugely sentimental when it comes to family items so it's worth a lot to me. It's actually one broach that cleverly splits into two. Just before I dashed out of the house leaving my Mum in charge of the girls (poor lady) she said I needed something else, so the broach it was.
|(the netting either side of my blazer? Yep, that's my pac-a-mac...)|
|Shoes: L.K. Bennett|
Bracelets (in order top to bottom; Thomas Sabo, Annie Haak, Tiffany
PS Huge thank you to Charlie from the Marylebone Electric salon for curling my hair! I wish I lived just around the corner from him and his team so I could drop by more often.