I was super excited when Ted asked me to be involved with his Colour By Numbers Pop-Up Store in London’s Old Street Station last week.
So on the morning of the launch I headed into London to take a closer look. I’d never even realised that there were shops in Old Street Station, so was intrigued to say the least!
I spotted it a mile away with its neon signage up front. It’s such a cool space, filled with all the highlights from the collection (his A-MAZING fly fish print is my fave!) and is very art gallery-esque.
Being quite a casual girl I wanted to wear something that was smart but that I could wear with trainers – I’m all about the comfort!
For my first look it was the REMEEL trousers that appealed; I’m not quite ready to reveal these bare legs to the world – though maybe this could be the week!
These super silky wide-leg trousers are simply to die for. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know I’m a bit of a fan of printed trousers at the moment, so these were just meant to be! Can you guess what the print is?
I kept the styling fairly simple, with a NARVA white tee underneath and white trainers. I felt like I could take on anything that came my way in this suit, and the soft fabric meant that comfort levels were at 1000. Very me.
I dropped into neighbouring Shoreditch Grind for some pics – great coffee and they were collaborating with Ted too, so it only seemed right.
So that’s my take on Ted’s Colour by Number’s Pop-Up. Hope you liked it! Don’t forget to that the store is open until 4th May in Old Street Station (and I hear there’s a takeover happening in Ted’s Regent St Store too…)
Thanks for reading!