What we wore to London Fashion Week AW13: Day Four
Day four of London Fashion Week: the Catwalk Queen team may have depleted, but we're still working through the night to bring you all the latest reviews and front row gossip! Take a look at what we wore below as we look forward to the last day of 5:30am alarms, queues for the ladies bathroom, and tripping over cobble stones...
Catwalk Queen Editor Gemma wore a gorgeous jewel print dress from Oasis, jacket from Primark, New Look shoes, LK Bennett 'Emmeline' bag and butterfly hair combs by NewellsJewells on Etsy.
"I had a whole pastel outfit planned for today, but then I saw the frost and fog and had to rethink and wear something warmer, so this was a bit of a last-minute outfit. Everyone thinks the jacket is Zara, but it was actually £12 in the Primark sale. Not a bad find if I do say so myself! I added the tan bag and shoes because I've worn a hell of a lot of black this season and wanted to add a bit of colour."
Shopping Editor Amy wore a nipple pinch tee by House of Holland, tall Jaime jeans and her leather jacket (both Topshop) a pair of leather Converse (available at Office), and sunglasses by House of Harlow 1960.
"This cheeky oversized tee by London designer Henry Holland was the perfect choice for day four of Fashion Week! Teamed with an all black ensemble, a slick of lipstick and a pair of huge sunglasses, I channeled the 'off duty' look, otherwise known as the 'I haven't had enough sleep this week so please don't talk to me' look."
Beauty Editor Steph wore a cropped blue top, ribber skater dress, suspender tights and black wedge boots (all Topshop).
"Wearing these wedges on Saturday lulled me into a false sense of security, because running around in them today killed. With my Shoes of Pain I wore an electric blue tee over a black dress, and faux suspender style tights that I copied from Nicola Roberts - my lipstick matches them by accident."
Street Style Photographer Hannah wore an oxblood pleated skirt from ASOS teamed with a vintage embroidered shirt and second hand boots.
"This is what I like to call my Seven Brides for Seven Brothers look; it's cowgirl chic meets Dior's billowing skirts! The second hand boots were a steal - they caught my eye with their Burberry Prorsum style"