Photos from the show.
What I wore;
This outfit was quite a challenge to wear, pastel hues against the publics depressively dark wintery outfits. It got most stares from everyone as if it was a crime to wear light colours… funny enough it felt uplifting and put me in a really girly childish mood. I bought two Meadham Kirchhoff dresses from the Topshop Collection, I don’t really approve of buying it via Topshop and it being mass produced in a factory and such didn’t really take my fancy, but I guessed some of the profit went to the boys so I showed my support. I bought the long navy night gown with lace trim and the pale pink knee length nightie with pleated skirt and lace details. Both of these caught my eye because I prefer the more subtly feminine and romantic colours and MK collections. The bright 60s colours with eye striking patterns are to be worn by a brave lady and I don’t feel I have that much confidence just yet. Also there is something much more beautiful about the intricate detailing of the lace, embroidery and embellishments don’t you think? I took a few photos on the train to show you what I wore.
Pale Pink Dress- Meadham Kirchhoff TOPSHOP| White Victorian Long Sleeved Blouse- Zara- EBAY| Gold&Black Polka dot tights- TOPSHOP| Frilly Lace Socks- Gifted| Lace Embroidered Sailor Collar- CHICWISH| Baby Doll worn as a petticoat- AGENT PROVOCATEUR.