Fall forward: Studio Nicholson AW16

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If I was a foot taller, this would totally be my London Fashion Week look. The tailored coat, the chunky knits, the super-wide trousers – who needs overstated, peacock-wear when you can just throw this lot on? The cherry red sweater and shirt combo is particularly speaking to me. Now that’s a look I could do. Ditto the tabard over shirt arrangement. It’s reminding me though, that I’ve reached the age where I need to start ironing things. Maybe I’ll stick with the knitwear then…

Studio Nicholson AW16 is coming soon…
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Read my last Studio Nicholson post here…

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Burberry aw16 Makers House

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Buly 1803 at Dover Street Market, London
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