Outfit Details:

BB Dakota Coat (similar here and I also love this one), Zara Blouse (similar here), Banana Republic Skirt (close to this one by Alexander McQueen or this one), Louis Vuitton Bag (vintage), Sam Edelman Boots, Wrap Belt (vintage, similar here and here), Gucci Tights, Ralph Lauren Earrings

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There is something distinct about Fashion Week in London. England’s capital has a way of attracting experimental dressers and exciting combinations. The collections are vibrant and designers imbue their creations with a sense of wittiness. The idea of “mod” still lends its unmistakable and vibrant mood. Mod is a subculture that began in the United Kingdom in the 1960’s and from there spread around the world. What first comes to mind are miniskirts, bright colors, bold patterns, pop art, and the iconic model Twiggy. In many ways the mod influence is still reflected in the young-at-heart designs that characterize London’s fashion scene.

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Buckingham Palace

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Whitehall London

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St. James Palace

London Parliament, Westminster


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Big Ben

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London Eye

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