This post was created in collaboration with AIDA Shoreditch
This is the third and final look from my AIDA Shoreditch Style Edit. You can see the first look here and second here. Once again I’m in blue and white, maintaining the theme of the shoot. For this look I picked out a cotton shirt dress from Libertine-Libertine. They’re another Danish brand that I’ve known about for a little while but have yet to feature, until now. Their summer collection spans from bold prints in bright colours to plain fabrics in muted shades, with lots of classic cuts. The styling of the collection is stunning and an education in how you can wear bold prints whilst not feeling too obvious. It’s certainly tempting me to be a bit bolder with my choices, although I think I’ll always prefer a more minimal look. Most people assume that because my style is minimal I never wear bright colours or bold prints but I do. I think it’s really about how you style your clothes, I’d always tone down everything else I’m wearing, hence the need for such great basics in my wardrobe.
A huge thank you to Rowan for inviting me to collaborate with AIDA on this project. It’s always lovely to do something a bit different and I loved taking a step away from my usual photographic style to create something unique for their site with her. I would love to know what you think about my Style Edit and whether you think I should take part in more shoots like this.