Mulberry SS12 at London Fashion Week http://www.mulberry.com
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What I wore to the show:
Tshirt and skirt – ASOS
Wedges – Topshop
Necklace – House Of Fraser
Jacket – Liberty : Sessün – http://bit.ly/pUr8FZ
Bag – Mulberry Taylor – http://www.mulberry.com
What I wore to the afterparty:
Top and Skirt – The Kooples
Shoes – Kurt Geiger
Bag – Mulberry Taylor
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Bit more of a personal disclaimer 🙂
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