Every February and September I look forward to the weekend when the fashion industry are out in force in locations all over London, with the cobbles of Somerset house being the most densely populated. It’s the weekend of London Fashion Week. I always look on from afar and get googling my favourite shows for beautiful pictures and a whole lot of luxurious inspiration. Favourite designers of mine include Shrimps, Molly Goddard and Henry Holland. Whilst a shrimps coat, a Molly Goddard dress and well.anything from Henry Holland have been on my ol’ wish list for a while, I haven’t yet committed and taken the plunge to parting with the cash. Until I take that plunge, I have and will turn to the places that never let me down. Charity shops. In charity shops I’m always looking for clothes to last. That means they need to be great quality so I know I will be able to rewear…all the bloomin’ time. If I spot a designer item, it is usually so well made you can tell it’s going to last the duration. A few weekends ago I was in Fara when I spotted this dress, being a little different with the drop waist and not having seen it on the high-street before I wondered where it was from. After a little rummage I found the Somerset by Alice Temperly Label and for £12 I knew it would be the dress in which the price per wear would eventually be next to nothing because I would reach for it EV-ery summer. So far it hasn’t disappointed and I have worn it three times in the space of a few weeks – trying to convince myself it’s still warm enough to wear. I think it may now be time to start thinking about how to layer it!