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I’m all about ‘investment pieces’. It is the basis of all the work I did as a personal stylist and something I sincerely believe in.

All the way down to my onesies.

I dare you to try and find something more satisfying than rolling around in bed for a few hours while listening to some Paolo Nutini and clashing all the prints you can get your hands on.

What I Wore:
The (intentionally) paint-splattered Onepiece (The discount code LELALONDON will get you 15% off until August 4th! Hooray!)
Floral Knockouts from Skullcandy

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I am not exactly unfamiliar with onesies, but until OnePiece offered to send me one of theirs I had no idea that quality onesies existed.

Now schooled on the magic of supersoft cotton baby grows for adults, I don’t believe you can get much better than a OnePiece onesie. Mine – the grey Lusekofte, uniformly worn with Add some thick-as-sheep cashmere socks – has become as much of a wardrobe staple as my Winter coat.

That is, when the boyfriend isn’t stealing it to walk around the house zipped up like a conehead.

(But wait – there’s more: OnePiece have kindly offered me a 20% off code to share with you all! If you’d like a onesie of your own, just enter ’31LELALONDON’ (no apostrophes!) as you check out to claim the discount, The code will be valid until next Tuesday, December 31st.)

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antithesis fashion

As much as I love the delirious haze of fashion seasons, there is much to love about designers that create transeasonal collections. RenĂ©e Lacroix and Zahra Ash-Harper are two such women who launched their ‘slow fashion’ label, ANTITHESIS, last month. Dubbed “The Carry On Closet”, the collection is aimed at empowering cosmopolitan women through a 10-piece transformable capsule collection. Commendably, the duo have also used high quality materials (all locally manufactured and sourced) to encourage conscious consumption towards our sustainable fashion future.

They have created a fantastic video to fully illustrate the conceptual collection, which shows the garments in all their glory; blazers becoming waistcoats, both sides of the stunning wrap coat I have worn above, modular dresses which you can zip multiple embellishments onto – all there with its foolproof fashion fun.

What I Wore:
The Two-Piece Blouse
The Knit Piece
The Reversible Onepiece

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