“Looking for Autumn Fashion Inspo? You came to the right place”
Hello guys, I hope you are all doing amazing and that you have been enjoying the fall weather lately (as much as someone can enjoy waking up to 3 degrees in the morning). I know it has been a long time since I haven’t posted an outfit look but there is only so many patterned short-sleeved shirts that someone can wear over the summer. Clothing options over the warmer months tend to get repetitive and I subsequently start losing interest in producing content on my blog. As I have discussed in previous posts, I have decided to use this platform to promote staple pieces and not fast-fashion. If you want to see more of that, you can always check my Instagram for inspiration on daily fashion.
On the other hand, winter fashion is much more exciting to me and a great way to get my creative levels going! The colour palette, the fabrics, the textures, the patterns, the layers.. there is so much thought that goes into an outfit and this is the season where you can really let loose and play around with your clothes. For my first post this winter season, I decided to go back to basics as I enjoyed a rather cold walk around Kensington this weekend.
A good turtleneck is one of my favourite pieces to wear. It’s stylish, it keeps you warm and it’s a perfect option for the days you don’t have time to dress up. I try to have one in every basic colour (white, black, grey, burgundy) as there can be used as a great layering piece. The one I am wearing is a wool/cashmere turtleneck from Les Deux and it’s perfect for a cold day. On top, I decided to wear one of my favourite coats in the most fall colour I could find in my wardrobe. The Frielle Tailored Coat, also from the same brand, is a great piece with a very nice structure and can be worn in both every day and formal events. My checked trousers are from River Island were such a good find and worked great as the focal point of this look. To complete the outfit, I wore a Chelsea boot in light brown and a pair of sunglasses from Tom Ford. The sunglasses are from the Smart Buy Glasses website where you can find designer sunglasses/glasses at a cheaper price. My pair was about £40 pounds cheaper than the high-street price so it’s good to have a look there and compare to market prices.
That is the rundown of my today’s look! Let me know what you think of it in the comments below.