How to mix high and low: Elena Perminova

Mixing high and low is part the foundation of a well curated wardrobe, but if ever you were unconvinced that two labels as disparate in price point and quality as H&M and Burberry could work harmoniously together, then let Elena Perminova convince you of otherwise.

A red mini skirt from H&M with a Burberry peplum cropped trench – along with round sunglasses and red pumps – made for a perfectly blended outfit of high and low.

Elena Perminova Burberry

This shot was taken at the Burberry Prorsum show in London.

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