Jacket: Topshop, Trousers: c/o Boden, Blouse: c/o Boden, Shoes: c/o Boden, Clutch: Karl Largerfeld x Very Exclusive, Cape: Chloe, Sunglasses: Le Specs, Neck tie: Topshop (love these)
Photo credit: Rebecca Botin



I've always loved the patriotic combination of red white and navy...so clean and classic. However today I'm showing you how to style the same look 2 ways, casual and for the office. Starting with these cropped striped trousers which are the most comfy pair of pants I have tried. They are super soft cotton which literally move with you. I love styling trousers like these with a basic stripe shirt as you can never go wrong with a fitted shirt. This boyfriend style works well tucked in or worn out over a pair of jeans. By just swapping my jacket from a red bomber which is this season's must have, to this navy cape literally creates two unique looks which is super easy to recreate. It's amazing how a change of colour and style of jacket can enhance your outfit. And of course my patriotic look wouldn't be complete without a pair of red shoes!

On another note I have been super busy moving house as I just bought my new home. Sooooo exciting!!! Cant wait to bring more lifestyle posts to share with you all soon!

Marsha C xoxo

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Coat: c/o Hobbs, Jeans: Frame, Shirt: customised by Denim Recon (similar), Shoes: Boden
 Hat: H&M, Silver bag: c/o LK Bennett, Red bag: c/o Alexander McQ x Very Exclusive
Sunglasses: Asos, Taylor Morris, Neck tie: Topshop (love these), Photography Credit: David Nyanzi



Day 1 of LFW is always crazy and hectic with usually back to back shows, however this season felt much more relaxed and I actually really enjoyed it. Instead of rushing from show to show I concentrated on the shows I really wanted to see. First show of the day was J. JS Lee which centred around simple clean silhouettes, high neck lines and head to toe prints. Followed by Felder Felder which had a more eclectic rock and roll vibe featuring luxe metallics, fur and leather with energised models strutting the runway.

My outfit initially started with this belted mac from Hobbs. I have had it for about 7 months now but somehow totally forgot about it. I recently did a clear out and came across this orange treasure and knew that it would be the perfect piece to wear this season. With it's floral print it screams spring, yet when paired with white flares it provides a trendy sophisticated look. Having long limbs means that sometimes its hard to find the right shirts. I have been after a bell sleeved blouse for ages and found one in Zara but unfortunately it just fell too short. So I decided to have my shirt customised to fit, and I'm so happy I did. The right length sleeves peeking out of this mac along with my favourite white flares, was such a cute combo.

I recently fell in love with this little McQueen bag...  I mean how cute is it?! And the fact that it has my initials on there it really was not an option to leave behind! But let's face it going to LFW with a teeny bag is not very practical as where would I put my invites, phone, and other necessities? So the only option was to double bag! And this silver cross body was the ideal companion! Just the right size for all the items left over and finished off my look perfectly!

Marsha C xoxo

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Coat: LK Bennett, Blouse: Topshop, Jeans: c/o Dorothy Perkins, Shoes: LK Bennett (similar)
Bag: Chanel, Brooch: chanel, Hat: H&M, Sungalsses: Asos, Photo Credit: Rebecca Botin



This is my second look showing you how I wear my jeans to work for the Dorothy Perkins denim campaignBlack jeans are the perfect alternative for casual fridays in the office, and easy enough to get away with when wearing denim to work. Styling my denim with a longline white blouse and colour block coat keeps my look formal and chic. I have recently become addicted to longline shirts as they are so easy to style but also looks super smart no matter how you style it. Opt for a printed shirt like this for the weekends.

I finally found the perfect red coat. I have been after a red coat for ages and I seem to have every other colour but red?! This beauty is made from wool and so has been my life saver over the last few weeks with the London weather taking a turn. Of course my outfit wouldn't be complete without a print in tow and the addition of print came in the form of these spotted flats. If flats aren't your thing then they also are available in these heels too.

Marsha C xoxo

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