Monday, 18 April 2011

High Street Hunt #1

Who needs designer garments when you have the pick of the most sensational catwalk trends right from your very own high street. I think we all dream of one day being able to afford an original McQueen gown or luxurious Chanel handbag, but until that day comes atleast we have the good old high street to trust upon creating some catwalk worthy designs. Here is my pick of this weeks top high street buys:

Florals at ZARA

Known for their luxe and relaxed take on fashion trends, Zara has really stepped out of their comfort zone this Spring Summer. Bright floral prints could easily be mistaken as a piece hot off the Erdem catwalk. Clashing the print skirt with a bright shirt and accessories would look amazing for the summer season. I also love the ditsy floral print on this 70s inspired jumpsuit - now  where's my over sized straw hat? (Images from

Ethnic and Tribal at WAREHOUSE

I absolutely adore these three pieces from Warehouse. Vivid tribal and ethnic patterns ooze quality and sophistication. Warehouse is definitely one of my favourite high street brands that can really take a trend from the seasonal catwalks and reinvent it as one of their own concluding in priceless staple pieces. (Images from

Colour Blocking at KAREN MILLEN

How gorgeous is the bold and beautiful collection from Karen Millen? with a history of perfectly tailored and designed dresses, I have been waiting in anticipation to view the bold stripe dress in person after seeing it on the PR shots for the brand's marketing campaign. I can confirm it looks just as stunning in real life and the fabric is such high quality. I love these blue jeans which are just dying to be clashed with a grass-green shirt and orange heels - keep your brights bright and your accessories bold. (Images taken from

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