With London Fashion Week around the corner, we’re already panicking about what we’re going to wear. Wanting to be ahead of the game, yet comfortable between shows, planning the perfect Fashion Week outfit is no easy feat.
Enter fashion stylist, influencer and all round Instagram hero, Naomi Ross. She pulled out her top picks from French Connection’s New In and threw some effortlessly stylish yet undoubtedly comfortable options together.
Yellow is everywhere at the moment and if it tends to be a colour that scares you, opt for a fail safe option. A yellow faux fur coat is the perfect winter partner, whilst our bell bottom trousers will pack a punch without the OTT vibe.
When paired with a simple slogan tee and white trainers, your favourite yellow coat suddenly becomes very wearable – to the point where you won’t want to wear anything else.
We love denim as much as the next person, but how on earth does one keep their denim fresh? Reinventing the age old classic shouldn’t be hard work, it should be like the product itself – effortless.
Keep things simple with a white shirt and white trainers, but get experimental with the fit. Opt for wide legged and we promise that you won’t regret it.
Style? Double tick.
Will everyone want them? Tick tick tick.
Sequins shouldn’t just be exclusive to night time. Throw on your favourite white t-shirt and trainers and you’re good to go with this fun daytime look.
Fear not, for when the colder months loom, our Leather Aviator is your best bet. Slung over your shoulders in true fashion style, or a keep-warm essential, this is a true wardrobe hero.
Who said that maxi dresses were just for summer? Partner them up with an equally floral pair of boots and a kick-ass attitude, and you’re ready to conquer even the toughest of Fashion Weeks.
Whoever said pink and red don’t go, clearly had seen this dreamy combination. Pairing our satin pink jumpsuit with bold red boots may not be for the faint hearted, but for a stylish twist on the throw-on-and-go classic, this is a look that you’re going to want to get on board with.