Autumn is one of my favourite seasons fashion-wise. I love jewel tones, clashing textures and chunky knit jumpers. As I’m currently on a spending ban while I save for next years’ big trip, I’ve instead been window shopping online and compiled my favourite finds into this autumn wardrobe wishlist. Knowing me I’ll probably break and sneak one or two of these items into my basket.
From top left: Tartan blazer | Leopard print jumpsuit | Yellow jumper | Teal maxi dress | Mustard yellow ankle boots | Rust denim skirt | Checked dungaree dress | Striped midi dress | Khaki trousers | Brown coat | Leopard print loafers | Burgundy ankle boots | White cable knit jumper | Yellow cords | Blue polkadot dress
We’re currently having some pretty strange weather in Bristol, with cold Autumnal mornings turning into hot sunny days, it makes choosing an outfit a bit of a challenge. Part of me can’t wait for the temperature to drop so I can dig out my chunky knits and blanket scarfs, but in the meantime, I’m layering a lot and trying to make the most the warmth while it lasts.
As you can see I definitely have an Autumnal colour palette going on. I tend to dress pretty colourfully all year around and can’t say that I tend to stick to a particular colour palette. However, in Autumn I’m all about mustard yellow, browns, aubergines, berry and jewel tones.
I’m really enjoying how much leopard print is on the high street, I’m a big fan of layering clashing prints or using a pop of leopard print to elevate a simple outfit. Those loafers would be great with black skinnies and a simple white shirt. I’m glad to see that corduroy and 70s influences are back this year, I love the Stranger Things vibes I get when I see some of these pieces, and I’m having to restrain myself from buying a pair of cords in all the colours haha!
Do you like changing your wardrobe with the seasons? What are your Autumn must haves?
Love, Sarah x
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