Goth, baby doll, mod, hippy, vintage – be whoever you want to be this season.
Who do you want to be this season? A whey faced Goth in revamped Victoriana, a Portobello princess in artfully chosen vintage pieces, an Afghan-coat-wearing hippy, a Doctor-Marten-Clad mod or a sweet and saccharine little baby doll?.
Fashion means there is a whole range of different looks to choose.
It all looks like bags of fun, but unless you know exactly who you want to be this season, the pursuit fashionability could also work out to be incredibly expensive.
None of the other fashion city New York, Milan, Paris, has a high-street culture like London. The high-street has responded with a mass of copyright-defying designer lookalikes that even fashion know-it-alls are hard pushed to distinguish from the originals. London has become a city of trend-obsessed shoppers; better still, some stores have even been smart enough to enlist leading catwalk names in the guest for fashionability.
Hippy: Look out for muddy colors, oversized chunky cardigans, rich velvet, upholstery fabric bags and felt floppy hats.
Goth: Look out for anything black, Victorian and lacy, spiky purple net skirt, black velvet gloves and black leather knee-length boots.
Baby-doll: Look out for black chiffon dresses, pretty chiffon peasant tops and frilled hem skirts.
Vintage: Antiques is always a favorite on the catwalk and this season is not exception. Look out for delicate fabrics, ruffles, beading and all manner of intricate detailing.
Modernist: Look out for short denim miniskirts, mannish shirts and ties and flat-front trousers.
Top 10 black boots:
1. Knee-length boots
2. Flat mid-calf leather boots
3. Stiletto heel, over knee leather boots
4. Flat, calf-length leather boots
5. Patent, knee-length boots with high heels
6. Flat leather knee-length boots with pointy toe
7. Wrap-around strap, knee-length boots
8. Cross-over strap mid-calf leather boots
9. Mid-calf, kitten-heel boots
10. Lace-up, knee-length leather boots