Favourite Store | Brandy Melville
Recently I’ve been loving the shop, Brandy Melville. It’s an American brand but has also branched out to London. I first discovered it in LA when I bought a few too many things meaning I had to sit on my suitcase to squeeze it all in to bring it home!
To fit in with my ‘Favourite Stores’ video series I have on my YouTube channel, I bought a whole outfit from the London shop on the Kings Road. The first thing I spotted was this black floral cami dress. It’s very loose fitting with a ‘one size fits all’ rule that runs throughout the store. Although quite a summery piece, I think it goes really well with the military style jacket over the top to make it more appropriate for Autumn.
My new favourite obsession is the tan satchel. I’ve been on the hunt for a satchel for a while and this is by far the best one I’ve found. It’s the perfect size and looks a little worn rather than looking brand new. To accessorise I added a stone necklace with a leather bracelet and simple gold band bracelet, which I layered on one wrist.
Unfortunately Brandy Melville don’t sell shoes, so I couldn’t put together a full ‘head to toe’ outfit but I did pair it with some of my favourite flat shoes from Kurt Geiger.
Photography Credits | Suzi Ovens | www.suziovens.com
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