London Fashion Week starts again today (yes, yes it does feel like it's always LFW) and so it only seems right that I focus on the designers who will be showing over the next few days for this week's shopping edit.
Yeah, you might need to extend your overdraft.
1. Jacket by Shrimps - £495
The Shrimps presentation will be a hot ticket this LFW, mostly because the fash pack will wanna know exactly what they'll be wearing next season. I haven't seen such excitement around a brand for ages. Plus, fun to touch!
2. Dress by Vivienne Westwood Anglomania - £275
Denim is one of the biggest trends for SS15, but that doesn't have to mean wearing jeans every day. The print and shape of this denim dress is just marvellous.
3. Nails by Henry Holland for Elegant Touch - £7.99
The cheapest way of getting in on the LFW action, other than just walking around clutching coconut water and complaining about being tired, anyway.
4. Dress by Issa - £395
These days Issa are about much more than just their classic wrap dresses. This shape is wonderfully flattering and you could totally make it work in the office just as well as on a night out.
5. Hat by Giles - £82 (reduced from £165)
Let's face it, it's still pretty damn cold out there in the mornings. Cara D wore this creation on the catwalk and I fell in love with it there and then. The eyes just know. You know?
6. Dress by Jonathan Saunders - £695
Again, we're talking AMAZING shapes here. The LFW designers sure do know how to cut a pretty silhouette. I love the graphic print.
7. Keyring by Shrimps - £65
Update your handbag in an instant, all the fash girls have.
8. Tee by House of Holland - £40 (reduced from £80)
The film poster for 80s Tom Cruise classic 'Cocktail' was the print inspo for this tee. But it says Cock Tale. Which is funnier.
9. Jeans by House of Holland - £215
Distressed jeans are so in at the moment that it seems like you're often paying more to get chilly knees than you are to cover up. I like that these have contrasting fabric where the holes are so you don't have to go bare. We don't always want to show off our patchy areas.
10. Leather Sticker by Anya Hindmarch - £45
You need the Anya Hindmarch sticker shop in your life! Jazz up a handbag, clutch or just about anything with these heavy duty leather stickers. Be warned though, once you stick they'll be stuck forever (supposedly) so proceed with caution when applying to anything spendy.