A Saturday In The Life Of An Off-Duty Style Editor

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As we're sure that you'll agree, Saturday is one of the best days of the week - you get to catch up with friends over a coffee, an indulgent shopping trip or a relaxing pamper session. And of course, the weekend is also the best time to show off your stylish wardrobe, which is why we've teamed up with Clarks to bring you an off-duty day in the life of a Shopping Editor - Chloe Bloch.

10AM- I like to start my weekend with something active so I fight the desire to stay in bed (trust me this is hard) and head to my favourite yoga studio with workout gear and pratical hightops - nude Hidi Haze in tow. On route, I stop by my favourite deli for a green juice, a much-needed morning pick me up.

12PM- Meeting friends on Broadway Market for brunch, after a long week at work this is a great chance to catch up on all the week’s gossip. I have a quick outfit change after my yoga class, so I’ll switch my lycra gymwear for jeans, a jumper and a trenchcoat.

4PM- I’ll be on the go for the rest of the day, but still want to look stylish, so changing into flats is a must. My style is pretty minimal so I’ll swap my jumper for a white shirt and add white Alania Belle loafers to complete my look.

Saturday afternoons provide the perfect opportunity to check out the latest exhibitions and gather inspiration for upcoming shoots. I head down to the Tate modern to see the Wolfgang Tillman’s show, then walk along the south bank and stop for a coffee and a bit of people watching.

7PM- I’m a massive foodie so I love dragging my boyfriend along to the latest new restaurant opening. This week it’s Luna. I’ll add a statement earring to my look and swap my loafers for a pair of Grace Eva's, a block heel court shoe to elevate my look. When in doubt, always add a heel.

9PM- Next stop my friend’s birthday drinks in east London, I kick start the night with a few cocktails think this could be a late one. Luckily, I have my loafers still in my bag so I’m all set to hit the dance floor.

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