You may have noticed my obsession with For Love and Lemons, I love the fabrics they use and the high street prices. I have seen lots of copy cats of this brand but there is no comparison to the real thing. I am really against the knock offs (the ones intending to be total replicas) because this can destroy a brand. Thankfully For Love and Lemons have been one step a head; they constantly bring out new styles to keep away from stagnating the collections and allowing the fake ones to stand a chance. I also wanted to add that I am not at all against cheaper high street stores that produce similar styles because this is what the high street is; they give us affordable versions of expensive brands and it’s just how it is. Missguided have introduce some similar lace pieces but they are not exactly the same and you can see instantly thats it’s not For Love and Lemons. I am against the exact copies that at a glance you may not be able to tell the difference. Does this make sense?
I realised I was only wearing this brand on holiday and I wanted find a look that was more causal and suitable for the city. This is actually the skirt version of the dress I wore here in Vegas. I paired this skirt with a chunky knit and my Chanel biker boots. The skirt is so versatile, it comes with a crop top and I love the side slit this skirt has which is different to the dress.
Did you noticed my new ring? It’s by a London based brand Kate and Bee who works from a studio in East London. I love how delicate it is but yet it’s not too girly which is totally my style. It’s a great idea for a unique gift.
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