Backpacking Chanel Style

by Claire Chanelle
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This was one of my last looks from MBFW and one of my last presentations; J Crew. J Crew is such a wearable brand so I was really looking forward to the AW14 presentation and I was not disappointed. The double denim look was my favourite and inspired one of my outfits during PFW for the Chloe show.

I loved the simple coats, clean lines, pastel colours and laser cut leather pieces. I am lusting for a faux fur over sized clutch now too.

I was wearing double denim that day too, a shirt dress from Miss Selfridge with a lighter denim shirt wrapped round my waist. Denim dresses are great for the summer teamed with pastel colours but you can still wear them in the winter with a pair of tights, this one is an amazing fit, great length and perfect day or night. The absolute best denim dress I have ever seen in my life is the Balmain one that is current season OMG! My favourite accessory is the Chanel belt that I tied around my pony tail. So my tip today is try wrapping a necklace similar around your hair!

I love my Chanel backpack, I found one in gold here which I love and I am thinking of buying it. The one I have linked at the bottom of this post is a very rare style that in fact was my first ever Chanel bag I ever owned but I sold it to a friend which the biggest regret of my life, five years later I finally got a new backpack but it’s not quite the same.

Click HERE to watch the Glamour magazine street style video I was featured in to share tips on work wear in the cold!


Miss Selfridge Denim Dress The Dream Denim Dress HERE

Denim Shirt 

Chanel Backpack or Similar 

Chanel Heart Necklace Similar HERE and HERE

Chanel Biker Boots 

Celine Sunglasses 

Chanel Belt 

CC xx

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1 comment

Adele May 1, 2014 - 5:20 am

The backpack looks fab over your yellow coat!
Hugs xoxo


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