London Fashion Week Day One: Sarah Betty’s Favourites

As the London Fashion Week carousel has started and no one’s quite sure where they’re going to end up amidst all the colour, noises and blurred shapes, I thought I’d try and make sense it of it all by giving you my favourite looks from each day.

Paul Costelloe:
This show was full of lots of pastels, whites and more, giving me the feeling Little House on the Prairie meets New York soiree. Here are my two favourites:

Corrie Nielson:
I’m going to be honest. There wasn’t a lot I loved in this show – I didn’t like the big blooming shapes, the shiny materials used for the clothes. But if I had to pick, it would be this:

Caroline Charles:
I really had no favourites here at all, I’m sad to say….MOVING ON.
Juna Theo:
This collection appeared to be full of drapery, but as someone with curves, I find it quite difficult to wear drapes. My favourite look was this laid-back and very urban looking dress, with a jacket:

Bora Aksu:
I thought this was a really strong connection, with lots of precise lines, coupled with flowing fabrics. I can imagine a modern day princess stamping about the city with some of these gorgeous dresses:
Maria Grachvogel:
I felt there was a lot in this collection that felt way too ‘old’ and conservative for me, but I did like this:
Jean-Pierre Braganza:
Again, I wasn’t too keen on any of these clothes. But that’s not to say they wouldn’t be loved by others.
Sass & Bide
This collection was full of eye pop, pop POPPING colours, from yellows to oranges and blues. All the hues of summer you would need:
PPQ
I really love this collaboration between Bebaroque and PPQ. There was Bebaroque’s signature intricate jewel detailing all over the clothes:

What were your favourite looks?
@sarahbettystyle

  • daisychain

    I always end up loving Paul Costelloe!

  • t
  • faye

    I loved the Paul Costelloe show it was amazing :) soo feminine chic!