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Thursday, 10 September 2015

How to Transition into Autumn

So you've accepted the fact that Summer is over and have started your autumnal shop featuring; different shades of browns, greens, greys and lots of black. You want to hop into your new gear ASAP (I'm impatient too) but can't help the fact that on the odd day there's still a bit of sun around which makes styling pieces very confusing (this goes to those of you that pair uggs with mini skirts and jumpers - very confusing indeed). Recently, the weather hasn't been too bad.. I mean yes it's really cold early hours of the morning but throughout the day the weather does seem to change. I put this little 'fit together to show you how to transition into Autumn with some key pieces...


Photography: CCM PHOTOGRAPHY 

 Coat & Top - I've kept tones together so a beige/cream, and a nudey brown as it's not too harsh or dark in terms of Autumnal colours. These colours work well for transitioning into a new season, as they can be worn all year round. In terms of my top and coat, I decided that it'd be cool to mix a crop top with a duster as it was a chilly start but warm day overall. My coat came off and on about 10 times haha - this is from H&M! This particular crop top is from Pretty Little Thing

Jeans - Now these jeans are one of my favourite pairs of jeans from ASOS, They are the high waisted ridley jeans in tall. I'm not a tall person but I do like my jeans to be long so I can create a thick roll at the bottom of the leg. For curvy girls, these jeans are perfect as they are pretty stretchy; highly important especially if you have a smaller waist. 

Bag & Shoes - Again keeping tones together this grab bag from LYDC has to be one of my new loves. I just love the detailing that screams Spring but one of which that can easily be bought into Autumn depending on how you style it. My shoes from Linzi were featured on my blog here for London Fashion Week and are making a re-appearance! They are so easy to walk in and look great with a pair of jeans.

So how do you transition into Autumn from Summer? I'd love to hear your thoughts! 








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