Friday, 16 October 2015

Blogtober | A/W Outfits

A/W is the season for fabulous footwear, gorgeous warm knits and jumpers too. I love wearing boots and feeling all warm when realistically, it's bloomin freezing. There are so many gorgeous pieces out there at the moment and I couldn't help myself but to create an outfit guide for some of the looks I might go for this A/W season.

This is my favourite season for clothes. I love the colours, and the fact that you can layer up to make yourself warm when England is giving it's best A/W weather that we all know and love so very much. I absolutely love wearing boots when it is as cold as it gets, and the chilly weather is a great excuse to just buy those boots I've been wanting for ages. The cold is also a fantastic excuse for a new coat -  I actually treated myself to the gorgeous one in this post. I knew I wanted something warm, yet nothing too furry like my other coats are and this one caught my eye immediately.

As A/W is my birthday season, I usually tend to buy quite a bit as you can imagine. I've definitely got my eye on some of these beautiful chunky pieces. You really can't beat pulling on that gorgeous jumper or cosy dress when the mornings are icy cold and fresh.

Coat | Bag | Dress | Knee Length Boots | Ring | Watch

Bag | Ankle Boots | Gloves | Coat | Jeans | Watch | Jumper

I absolutely love these pieces and think that these would both be comfortable but also fashionable choices for the chilly weather. I am SO in love with that watch! I usually don't like faces without numbers but this one is just stunning, I'm a little bit obsessed. Jeans and dresses are the perfect way to stay warm in the cold, are comfortable but equally look nice too so it's a win-win situation all round. Darker colours are a must in my wardrobe for the A/W season!

What do you like to wear in A/W?

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  1. great post dear! I love your blog:)

    1. Thank you :) I hope you liked the outfit choices xx


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