Monday, 28 September 2015

Updating My Autumn Wardrobe




I love this time of year when Summer is coming to an end and we can start to think about our Autumn wardrobe. This year my motto is buy less, but select my wardrobe wisely. I have added a few statement pieces to my Autumn clothing collection, for example this beautiful Whistles shirt which I first saw worn on Anna and knew I had to add it to my wardrobe too! I'll have an outfit post coming up very soon showing you how I decided to style it. I'm thinking skinny jeans, whistles silver bag and my new favourite H&M necklace which you can see here. And maybe even the Topshop sleeveless jacket as shown above, oh the styling possibilities are endless! 

Next up for statement pieces are these Kurt Geiger shoes (heart faced emojis inserted here!) all I can say is wow! I feel in love with these when I first saw them in the Covent Garden store. Told myself I'll wait a few weeks before buying them, but then I came across the matching bag in Bath. And had to buy the bag there and then.When I got home I went straight online and ordered the shoes. 

To go alongside these statement pieces, I wanted classic timeless wardrobe staples that I could mix and match with so many different outfits. The sleeveless jacket will go perfectly teamed with shirts, dresses and long sleeved tops. My current ripped jeans where getting a little old so need updating, I really like the Topshop ones above. 

Two pieces that will last me a good few years and that is a Barbour Wax jacket and Hunter wellies. I felt I needed a little update for my outdoor lifestyle. I currently do not own any wellies, so I'm always coming home with really muddy trainers when I take my dog for a walk so it is about time I buy myself some! And you can never go wrong with a Barbour Jacket, I have owned Barbour's from a young age and they have always been such high quality. 


Do you like these items? How will you be updating your Autumn wardrobe?
Love
Nicole
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