Abigail Crouch in Stilettos and Printed Scarf for Pup Aid 2013

Pup Aid 2013 was held at Primrose Hill in London over the weekend. Besides the cute pooches who were undeniably the stars of the show, we also spotted some famous faces, including Elle Macpherson and Abigail “Abbey” Crouch. Of the two, however, it was Abbey who caught our eye, more because she was dressed like she was headed for the catwalk.

The English lingerie and catwalk model and television presenter wore an all-black outfit and capped off the look with black high-heeled booties — not exactly the best pair of shoes to wear given the grassy outdoor venue. Inappropriate footwear aside, she looked completely fabulous. Abbey also sported a lux quilted Chanel bag, super cool sunnies, and a printed scarf around her neck. We don’t like to compare, but she looked like a taller version of Kate Moss.

Peter Crouch, Abbey Crouch, and Abigail Crouch attend the Pup Aid 2013 dog show held at Primrose Hill in London on September 7, 2013

How do you like Abbey’s Pup Aid style? Effortlessly edgy, right? The printed scarf was a pretty addition too. It gave her all-black look just the right amount of detail to keep it interesting.

How about we channel Abigail’s outfit today?

Start with the perfect scarf, like this piece from Diane von Furstenberg. It has the black-and-white theme going on, and the logo print is perfect for creating a statement:

diane von furstenberg hanover scarf in black and whiteDiane von Furstenberg Hanover Scarf in Logo Chain Link Print, $165

Top the piece over an all-black outfit. Grab yourself a pair of black skinnies, a black top, and a black blazer. Oh, and don’t forget the pointy stiletto boots and  fabulous eyewear. Try the items below:

abigail crouch all black fall styleMICHAEL Michael Kors ‘Vivian’ Sunglasses / Ted Baker London ‘Navlig’ Booties / MICHAEL Michael Kors Ruched Sleeves Boyfriend Jacket / BLANKNYC Spray On Super Skinny Jeans

Credit: WENN

Join Over 2 Million Shoe Fans
© Copyright Scarves & Wraps 2010 - 2017 | Back to Top