Were you brave enough for Black Milk?

Do you know your Frankie Knuckles from your Todd Terry


This week we headed down to the infamous Black Milk, to see what you wavey wonders had to offer us. We weren’t disappointed.

Megan’s lush sport luxe mesh Topshop top showed us that showing off a subtle bit of flesh can go a long way.

Ella’s Vintage jacket can easily be worn from day to night.

Megan Akodu, 1st year Geography, Ella Glazer, 1st year Film

Megan Akodu, 1st year Geography, Ella Glazer, 1st year Film

Who knew double denim could look this fine? Zac’s River Island jeans are so worth the knee rips.

Zac Wilkins, 1st year Law

Zac Wilkins, 1st year Law

Laura’s working the monochrome trend beautifully. The Zara top is how you work with pleather everyone.

Laura James, 1st year Accountancy

Laura James, 1st year Accountancy

The crop trend is not going away any time soon and Yvonne compliments her seductive off the shoulder number with some 90’s high-waisted jeans all the way from Hong Kong.

Yvonne Conroy, 2nd year English

Yvonne Conroy, 2nd year English

We love Sophie’s mix of romantic lace and a checked shirt. It’s the perfect balance of going out attire mixed with the housey atmosphere Black Milk creates.

Sophie Ritchie, 1st year Philosophy

Sophie Ritchie, 1st year Philosophy

This monochrome duo are the perfect example of how to stay chic on a night out.

We love the asymmetric cute of Emma’s Urban Outfitters dress, given it that 90’s twist and we salute Kate for braving white jeans.

Emma Hulston, 1st year Geography, Kate Corfield, 1st year Geography

Emma Hulston, 1st year Geography, Kate Corfield, 1st year Geography

Isobel’s Topshop dress is the perfect example of how to look sexy without dressing slutty.

The midi length and body-con fit show off her figure whilst her black boots dress down the look.

Isobel Perl, 1st year Biology

Isobel Perl, 1st year Biology