I had more AW12 thrills in store yesterday at the Warehouse press preview. I'm a longtime fan of Warehouse and have a wardrobe peppered with dresses I've bought there over the years. In fact, I've got a film crew turning up this aft (as you do) to interview me about having a sentimental attachment to clothes (it's mainly just mental) and I have a Warehouse piece in mind to show them - it might detract from how dirty my windows are at the moment (that is not a euphemism).
Back to the fashion, and the new Warehouse Collection is as impressive as always; a great mix of trends, practicality and pretty prints...
|Let's look at some leopard print first; it's big and it's back for the autumn at Warehouse|
|This embellished jumper looks awesome with the leopard print skirt|
|Another fabulous leopard print/embellishment combo here; I couldn't squeeze my ancient ass into those skinnies (if I could I would) but the top has got my name on it *love*|
|The horse jumper is another design I'm v tempted by|
|This jacket and blouse combo is very structured and very early 90s - not really my style but I was intrigued by it|
|This line-up of everyday wearable fashion is fresh - and very Warehouse|
|This is a signature Warehouse print too - but love it in the suit format, rather than a dress; there's definitely a more feminine take on the androgyny trend coming this winter|
|You can imagine my reaction to this, right? Not one, not two...|
|...but THREE separate pieces with prints *applause*|
|Here's the party section, just hanging around (anyone else loving that feather skirt?)|
|This is just brilliant; the fantastic 20s spin will be right on time for the Great Gatsby's release|
|And what do we think of these embellished trousers???|
|I was shattered after all that gorgeous AW12 fashion - but was nervous about sitting down in case I lost my head...|
With thanks to Warehouse