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Fancy a fashion lunch?

August 27, 2015

 

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I am very excited to be talking at the beautiful Bingham Hotel, Richmond at their next ‘Love Lunch’. Read on for all the details.

Ahead of the LFW SS16 (18 – 22 September), we’re indulging in some Autumn-Winter fashion trending with stylist, Anna Berkeley over ‘Love Lunch’.

‘Love Lunch’ is a lunch club for like-minded individuals to enjoy a delicious, nutritious lunch in a beautiful setting and listen to an inspiratonal speaker. A portion of the ‘Love Lunch’ ticket sales for this event will be donated to Women’s Aid, a charity who protect and support women & children who are victims of domestic abuse.

Anna has some 20 years’ experience as a fashion stylist, buyer and writer. She has worked with some of the best brands in the world such as Selfridges, Prada and Reiss and now consults for British designer Margaret Howell. Anna also writes fashion articles for Red and Stella magazine. As a personal stylist Anna helps her clients to look their absolute best; showing them how to develop their style through a process of colour analysis, body mapping, wardrobe management and personal shopping.

For  this ‘Love Lunch’Anna will talk through the autumn-winter fashion trends and what to choose for your shape, she will discuss colour and its importance and reveal the answers to the top five most common styling concerns.

Anna Berkeley Love Lunch – Friday, 18 September

12pm               Arrival glass of fizz

12:30 pm          2-course lunch, tea, coffee and petits fours

1.45pm             Anna Berkeley

2:15 pm            Q & A

2.30pm             Close

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To book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/fashion-stylist-anna-berkeley-love-lunch-at-the-bingham-tickets-17707724280

Anna Berkeley

Five days, five ways. Cocktails and cascade

July 17, 2015

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A crazy, candy pink cocktail dress plus two cascade pieces and I am ready to rock and roll. I adjusted the drop a couple of times for a different look. The rose gold glowed against the bright pink of the dress when worn long. It looked equally good mid sternum above the bodice of the dress. Either way it’s a pretty, interesting and versatile necklace for a special night out. And you can wear it to work too!

Dress from Agnes B (www.agnesb.co.uk), necklace and ring by Fei Liu at Heirloom London (http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk), shoes by Prada (www.prada.com).

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Five days, five ways. Fade to grey

July 16, 2015

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What could be more casual than a grey marl sweat and jeans? This is a favourite low maintenance look of mine. The addition of the cascade collection pieces elevate it, but in essence it still works for going down the pub, lunch with friends and even the school run. Just don’t let any little hands grab at that necklace.

Top by Bellerose (www.bellerose.be), jeans by Mother (https://www.motherdenim.com), shoes by Topshop (www.topshop.com). Jewellery by Fei Liu at Heirloom London (http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk).

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Five days, five ways.

July 15, 2015

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A summer floaty white dress practically begs for jewellery to sit with it. The frills and froth of this Day Birger et Mikkelson dress ramp up the prettiness of the cascade jewels. An easy summer look to take you from hot days to balmy nights.

Dress from Day Birger et Mikkelson (www.day.dk), shoes from &Other Stories (www.stories.com/gb), jewellery from Fei Liu at Heirloom London (http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk).

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Five days, five ways. A blue working day

July 14, 2015

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A smart look with dressy silk faille trousers and a bib front shirt. The rose gold metallic shoe echoed the warmth in the necklace perfectly. Wear the shirt open to make the necklace the focal point or leave it long and have the necklace on top. If you have a large bust it’s best to position necklaces mid sternum.

Shirt by Margaret Howell (https://www.margarethowell.co.uk), trousers by Jil Sander (http://www.matchesfashion.com), shoes from Whistles (www.whistles.com) and jewellery from Fei Liu at Heirloom London (http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk).

 

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Five days, five ways. Casual cascade

July 13, 2015

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It’s not unusual for me to be seen on the school run sporting a cocktail ring. I like my jewellery big, bold and beautiful whether it’s semi-precious, metal or resin. This glorious gobstopper of a ring from Fei Liu is a thing of wonder. The soft, delicate lines juxtapose perfectly with its ample size and I had a flurry of compliments. This sort of piece makes you want to gesticulate as much as possible to show it off. Just make sure you don’t connect with anyone’s face whilst you’re waving your hands about.

Ring from the cascade line by Fei Liu at Heirloom London.

http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk/jewellery/dress-rings/

Top by Bella Luxx (http://www.bellaluxx.com/), jeans by Gap(www.gap.co.uk), leopard pumps by Bertie (www.houseoffraser.co.uk).

 

Anna Berkeley

Cascade by Fei Liu

July 5, 2015

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A package containing these two breathtaking pieces from Fei Liu’s ‘Cascade’ range landed at my door last week (http://www.feiliu.co.uk). Kindly loaned by Ruth of Heirloom London (http://www.heirloomlondon.co.uk/). I am eagerly planning outfits to wear them with and inventing occasions so I can show them off. Five outfits coming up – watch them sparkle…….

 

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Three days, three ways: Stripes and flowers

May 6, 2015

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Sorry the post is a little late…..

It’s fun to mix prints together. The skirt lacks pockets so if you want to really appreciate the pattern you need to either pin it to the wall or fan it out yourself. My infatuation with &Other Stories’ footwear collection continues apace – this platform updates any look in an instant.

Top as before, skirt by Miu Miu (www.net-a-porter.com), sandals by &Other Stories (www.stories.com).

Anna Berkeley

Three days, three ways: Stripes ‘n satin

April 30, 2015

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It’s not Dior, it’s Coast and yet I cherish this as if it had cost me thousands. The fifties skirt is a classic dress up piece and never fails to make me feel über feminine. The soft, dullness of the stripe contrasts sharply with the sheen from the satin. The fact that the top is more of a tee-shirt makes this feel more fun and youthful. You could use a less strappy shoe or a flat to make it more casual still.

Top as before, skirt from Coast (www.coast-stores.com), clutch from Roberto Collina (www.yoox.com), shoes from &Other Stories (www.stories.com).

Anna Berkeley

Three days, three ways: To boldly stripe

April 28, 2015

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Block or bold stripes evoke potent summer memories of deck chairs and beach umbrellas. They scream summer to me. Here I wanted to have a seventies feel with the slim flare and the cork platform wedge.

Top and duster by Margaret Howell (www.margarethowell.co.uk), flared jeans by Mother (www.mytheresa.com), cork sandals by Kate Kuba (www.kkstudio.com).