“I’m a big fan of Edina Ronay and think all of these are fantastic key pieces which create a stylish and classy look while being completely multi-functional! I adore the cream coat and can imagine that being a staple wardrobe item of mine! I’ve teamed it up with one of Mawi’s to-die-for necklaces, a cute bag from KG and some of the classic white shoes. This is something I’d love to wear from office to dinner date! “ – Sandra Tang, The Chicest
EDINA RONAY Cream 60s coat, £370
EDINA RONAY Silk abstract print palazzo pants, £190
EDINA RONAY Navy georgette t-shirt, £120
KG KURT GEIGER, Heart perspex bag, £50
MAWI, Neon flowers necklace with triple gemstones, £475
KG KURT GEIGER, Cristal wedge, £150
Gifted florist, Sarah Horne, who was awarded Chelsea Flower Show’s Florist of The Year in 2006, 2007 AND 2011 found inspiration in Edina’s SS13 patterns, using our Rose Lace Dress(es) as inspiration for her gorgeous and unique vintage inspired Dulcina bouquet.
“I love Edina Ronay’s design style and with gorgeous fabrics being a passion of mine I was inspired when I saw the rose lace dress and decided to use the same intensely coloured, rich flower selection in our ‘Dulcina’ vintage trio design.”
You can find Sarah’s stunning selection of exceptional floral bouquets in her lovely Royal Leamington Spa shop (Sarah Horne Flowers, 86 Warwick St, Leamington Spa CV32 4QG) or on her equally lovely website (http://www.sarahhorne.net/) where she features her gorgeous and unique arrangements.
What: Frock Me Vintage Fair
Where: Chelsea Town Hall, King’s Rd., Chelsea, London SW3 5EE
When: Sunday, May 19 11:00am – 5:30pm
One of Edina’s favourite vintage events returns to Chelsea on Sunday 19 May.
With over 50 of the very best vintage traders from all around the country plus one or two from Paris & Bordeaux will be gathered together to present the finest collection of stylish clothes, hats, shoes & accessories to be found under one roof.
“The Chelsea Vintage Fair gives me a sense of nostalgia, as it reminds me of my first days as a Designer when i started my own collections based on those glamorous days of the 40s and 50s” – Edina Ronay
Find more information on the fair here: http://www.frockmevintagefashion.com/
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We’re huge fans of Stella & Dot at Edina Ronay and were honored to have one of their Star Stylists, Lacey West, put together a how-to-wear-it board for us using pieces from Edina’s SS13 collection, Stella and Dot items and a few other favourite brands. You can find Lacey’s Stella & Dot Star Stylist Page here: http://www.stelladot.co.uk/sites/laceywest/profile
Lacey On Her Look:
“I love the aesthetic of paradoxes. Many fashion styles work off of paradoxes and create beautiful looks. My style is a constant mixture of classic and edgy pieces, masculine and feminine pieces and clean and soft lines. This outfit is a great representation of the aesthetic I lean towards. I love the classic pencil skirt and tweed jacket from Edina Ronay paired with the edginess of the sheer blouse. The LK Bennett shoes are a classic gladiator style in a fun and trendy snakeskin print. The Mulberry tote is a classic shape in an on trend colour, mint. The Stella & Dot jewellery is a combination of trendy and classic.” – Lacey
STELLA & DOT Fiona Earrings
STELLA & DOT Avalon Crescent Necklace
STELLA & DOT Christina Bracelet
EDINA RONAY Black Silk Neru Blouse
EDINA RONAY Cream Tweed Edge-to-edge Jacket
STELLA & DOT Renegade Cluster Bracelet
STELLA & DOT Gilded Arrow Bracelet
EDINA RONAY Cream Pencil Skirt
LK BENNETT Sandals
Lovely blogger Emma Gannon from Girl Lost In The City (who also writes for The Telegraph, Huffington Post & Stylist) was kind enough to take this lovely picture while on vacation in Italy last week, wearing our 60s Fuchsia Coat. Emma’s blog is a favourite of ours at the Edina Ronay studios with posts on fashion, muses on the news, feminism, and entertaining thoughtful posts on life.
Emma on her outfit:
“My favourite outfits are ones with a block of colour or a statement piece. Be it shoes, jewellery or a big loud coat. For example I love wearing plain jeans and a simple black top with my leopard print Topshop boots, or my crazy Henry Holland shirt covered in squirrels with dressed down jeans and flats.
I love matching bright clothes: pink, turquoise and yellow are my favourite at the moment so I paired the 60s Fuchsia coat with my turquoise Topshop jeans to clash with the bright fuchsia coat and wore my Kurt Geiger flats to accentuate the length of the coat. I think Edina Ronay SS13 coats look great with high collars, like my Zara jaguar collared blouse I’m wearing, so you can really see the detail of the coat’s shape.”