Good morning loves, so… I think it’s safe to say that Winter is here. It’s not my favourite season but the fact that Christmas is around the corner makes it somewhat bearable!
The last time I shared a wardrobe post was in the Summer, (and that was only a little one as I treated myself to an outfit) however, it is only fair that I share some outfits from my Autumn/Winter wardrobe.
I spent a lovely weekend in Paris a couple of weeks ago with the boyfriend for his birthday and we were blessed with some lovely Autumn Sun.
I absolutely loved this look! 😍 I call this ‘Parisian Chic’ as I felt like a model walking down the streets of Paris. A passer by even complimented me! If you remember my post on my Summer wardrobe, this is the same overcoat I featured. I love versatility in clothing, especially when you’re living on a budget. I don’t believe anyone who says you can’t look good for less. There is no need to spend a fortune on garments that are made for only a fraction of the price.
This overcoat cost me £20.00 from Primark and it can be dressed up paired with heels or dressed down paired with trainers whilst still looking sophisticated – it’s definitely worth owning a jacket like this.
The key is to not buy everything from the same place. Mix them around, experiment with textures, colours, patterns and styles. Even sizing.
Unfortunately, I had to come back home to London and the temperature is dropping rapidly. Every year I end up buying more Winter woolies and accessories. (I think it’s an excuse just to shop more) My first purchase was a pair of Tan heeled boots from Newlook.
These boots are so comfortable and I am loving the buckled detail on them. If you haven’t noticed through previous blog posts, Tan is one of my favourite colours, not just for the Summer but Winter too.
I had to get matching accessories and I was feeling to try out brighter tones. Mustard colours go well with my skin tone and bring out the glow in my complexion. No need to stick to basic monochrome and grey hues when you can sprinkle some colour to your knitted wardrobe.
Be bold this Winter and experiment with colours. If you’re not confident to go all out, start off small like me with accessories such as hats, gloves and hats.
What are your ‘Go To Winter Colours’?