This month I had an interview with Fashiola which I can finally share with you guys. It was great fun and gave me a great opportunity to share with you all my styling tips and tricks, my favourite trends this season, my fashion blunders as well as my favourite pieces from Fashiola. Here’s a sneak peak…
– read the full interview here
For those of you who aren’t familiar with Fashiola, they’re a fashion search engine. Call it fashion google if you like. If you’ve never used this before allow me explain…
Ever been so inspired by an outfit circulating around Pinterest and gone on an impulsive hunt to put that look together?
or admired someone walking along the street wearing a coat you wish you could rip right off their back but didn’t have the courage to ask where it was from?
Well it’s a pretty useful tool to track those items down. As I’d mentioned in my interview, I draw inspiration from all kinds of things; celebrities, music videos, Pinterest and unfortunately they don’t always come with tidy footnotes pointing you in the direction of how you can get your hands on it; nor do I have the time to scout every single high street store for ‘Kim Kardashian’s camel coat’. So I instead I type ‘camel coat’ into Fashiola’s search engine for a full list of results from all the stores on one single site.
I recently found out that her plush [yet very expensive coat] is from MaxMara which I couldn’t afford after all the effort, but what it did help me find was an alternative from stores such as Mango, ASOS and Zara.
If you like my style, Fashiola have been kind enough to put together a ‘Get the look’ inspired by a previous post of mine. Again, you can check this out here
I do try my best to list my garments in my footnotes with direct web links to help you find them but if you do have any questions about what I wear you are always welcome to comment below. I love reading your comments and hearing from you all, tomorrow I’m going replying to you all so get you Q & A’s in 🙂
– Labels and London