A little over a month back, I attended the International SCOOP showroom in London. An extremely popular trade show noted for promoting emerging as well as established designers from around the world. This event called for a casual ensemble that made a ‘here for business’ statement. I decided to go for a combination of high street and luxury buys that I made in the last one year to create the perfect outfit.

I went for a pastel pale blue satin shirt that was intentionally tucked into ripped black mom jeans untidily. I opted for kitten heeled pointed toe pumps to provide me the comfort I needed to walk in. Not being the biggest fan of fancy bags, I carried my usual fuchsia pink bag to add that extra pop of colour. The ensemble was completed by wearing a classic black belt from Louis Vuitton. I absolutely adore the twist logo of the brand which is a better alternate to their mainstream classic logo belt. Love how fresh and young this logo is and can be dress up or down with the correct outfit. On the whole, I believe this look screamed fun and refined, ready to take on the London streets.

Shirt: Zara U.K.

Jeans: Topshop

Shoes: Miss Selfridge

Bag: Furla

Belt: Louis Vuitton

Photographed by Melissa Sorby