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Monday, April 2, 2012

Edinburgh Charity Fashion Review One

The first in my series of reviews of the collections at the wonderful Edinburgh Charity Fashion Show. There was a lot of black featured as well as a heavy palette of neutrals with a wide variety of different materials and textures working together and layered to create unusual outfits that suited the rock-ish theme. The first collection that I shall review is by Anneliese Hatt, a 2011 graduate from Nottingham Trent University.


I love this coat, the lattice detail looks like
it's somehow crocheted leather, and the lack of
sleeves gives it a dominatrix feel, something that
still resonates from A/W 2011.



The slouchy blazer is something that can be worn with so many outfits, and I particularly like the layering of different neutral colours. I also love the detail of the neckline being a necklace of what are like belts- a very unusual feature.

Although a black chiffon sheer blouse may not seem
completely out of the box, I really like the cut of this one
making it seem quite loose-fitting and the silk panels give
it a more expensive look.

Sheer, black, sexy, and edgy would be four words
to define this collection.


This silk number would be very versatile, it could be used during the day paired with tights and boots and can even be worn at night for casual drinks paired with a sexy pair of black heels or colourful heels for a pop of colour. Accessorize with a clutch and load up on necklaces.

I love the sheer neckline and the use of
flower print on it, making it both feminine
yet very edgy. A classic LBD made with a twist.

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