I of course got myself into a prime position for the catwalk show so without further ado let's start with the collection from Style Rooms.
Style Rooms are based in Peston, I've never actually visited their store, so can't point anyone in their direction and surprise surprise they don't have a website either! If anyone has their actual location or contact details feel free to post in the "comments" section at the end.
The collection was dominated by pinks. Of these outfits above, I think the first was a bit too heavily embroidered, it almost looks like it's weighing the model down. The second outfit has that balance of being embroidered all over but having a more light-weight feel.
I'm not entirely sure what to make of the third outfit, it would be good to have seen the way the skirt falls naturally as I can't imagine someone in real life walking around holding their skirt up like that!
Finally, there was a churidar suit, these are still very much being worn. I've never been a fan of long sleeves, but the sheer sleeves on this outfit fit in with the sheer cut-out at the back (which I didn't manage to get a photo of!).
The collection also showcased some menswear. None of the mens outfits really stand out to me, but if you need to buy some menswear while you're out shopping for yourself then they have it!
By far my favourite of the show was this red hot outfit:
It really stood out compared to the pinks and pastels on the catwalk. I like how it's so simple with only a band of embroidery in the middle, and the bolero jacket looks fab and makes the outfit quite versatile in terms of switching between sleeveless and covering up.