Fashion Week AW13 Instagram
Instagram (@lelalondon) – left to right, top to bottom:
1. 40s, baby. Hair by Giles Robinson for John Frieda. Makeup by LauraDexter for Rimmel London.
2. Prabal Gurung presents from the BFF.
3. Bora Aksu. Boom.
4. Latest ‘Food for Thought‘ on HungerTV.com (read it here!)
5. Workout for your ears.
6. So Instagrammable.
7. LFW: Writing show reports on the go. Tired face kicking in!
8. Dressed like an extra from the Jungle Book tonight.
9. Well. Boom. There I am in Company Magazine.
10. Nicola being a babe at crazy-o-clock a.m.
11. Opium London.
12. I’ve caught it. Moschino Cheap & Chic fever.

Vines from the week (click to watch!):
Snow.
Buttercup cupcake for ya.
Ghost train.
Getting dressed…alot.
Izabel London dress. Prints attract.
Private cinema for Valentine’s Day at the W Hotel.
The finale of KTZ.
Nothing makes me happier than new stationery.
Outfit details.
Have the private bar at One Aldwych to myself for a little work break.
Hanging out at The Aptmt with John Frieda.

pandora jewellery
Finding the perfect outfit is always tricky for us girly girls, isn’t it? Go for the standard black LBD or a sizzling red number? Either way you want a style that suits you as well as taking the opportunity to dress up for the occasion; it is the season of romance after all.

With that in mind, are there that many of us who have already thought about accessorising our outfit for Valentine’s day? I’m not talking about the latest onesie with fluffy pom pom tails or Disney slippers (box of tissues not included) but fashionable jewellery for a party with the girls or a special event with your loved one. It’s something have only just considered, and well, today is the ‘big day’!

There are more than enough heart pendants, dove earrings and cherub jumpers knocking around at the moment, but I always prefer a little something that will last you through Valentine’s and the rest of the year. Classic pieces from women’s specialist jewellery brands (men, you take note) are up for grabs…

I am sure everyone reading this has heard of – one of my favourite charm brands – Pandora. You can buy Pandora jewellery online or offline and with an average price of £30 per charm bracelet bead you would find it hard to beat the quality. Because I have had a bit of a love affair with charm bracelets since I was a little girl I have become allured by pretty much every charm available at some point; the shamrock, the butterfly, the cocktail glass (when I was 21, of course), a shoe (forever, of course) – there is something for everyone, and it is one of those rare gifts that you can build and personalize for yourself or someone you love. Hello, Valentine’s 2013 wish list.

What are you thinking of in regards to the ‘perfect accessories’ for your special day with that special person*?

*Don’t beat me up, singletons. You’re special, too! xo

win lingerie
Thanks to the lovely men and women at Team Madame Liberty, one lucky winner will win the lingerie set of your choice (between this gorgeous plunge push-up bra set and thong or a beautiful black balconnet push-up bra and thong) in the size of your choice. Whether it is for you or your significant other, this is not a prize you want to miss out on!

To enter you mustLike Lela London on Facebook and follow Lela London on Twitter (receive an extra entry for following Lela London on Bloglovin’!) through the Rafflecopter widget below.

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Competition will close on Valentine’s Day. Good luck!