Summer Style with The Outnet: Look 3

The third and final look from my Summer Style session with The Outnet and Abi Marvel was the Festival Look. The 6 of us aren’t exactly wellies-and-poncho types – or as Ella from Coco’s Tea Party put it: “The only festival I’ve ever been to is the Vogue Festival” – so our wardrobe choices aren’t exactly Glastonbury, but you get the idea.

My look was based around this incredible Acne leather skirt, so buttery soft I didn’t want to take it off ever again, and the rest followed quite easily. I love the slight sheerness of the yellow top, and the ultraglam Pierre Hardy sandals. This is very much my personal style, festival or not, so I’m definitely considering getting the skirt (which used to be a whopping £1100!), as it’s a great staple piece to my wardrobe – easy to dress up, easy to dress down.

Many thanks to Abi Marvel for organising this great event, thanks to The Outnet for letting us play with your clothes and thanks to Fashionista Barbie, I’m Not A Celebrity, The Fash Pack, Coco’s Tea Party and The Elgin Avenue for making it such a fun afternoon!

p.s. these pics are a mixture of Abi’s and my own. Just hover above if you’re wondering which one is which!

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Let’s all hit Alex with pillows…

1. A.L.C paige open-kit wool sweater, £110 (was £245)

2. Helene Berman wide-brimmed wool-felt hat, £45

3. Calvin Klein Underwear seductive comfort strapless bra, £20 (was £34)

4. Pierre Hardy metallic leather sandals, £275 (was 550)

5. Acne romantic leather mini skirt, £385 (was £1100)

And one last time for good measure… DANCE DANCE DANCE!

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