We are being treated to very lovely autumn weather at the moment, don’t you think? The last few weekends have been wonderful with at least one sunny day so I’ve been trying to get out and do more fun stuff. While the weather lasts. This weekend we made a trip to Harrogate to discover the posh side of Yorkshire and we also made a reservation at Betty’s Imperial Room for an afternoon tea (click on the link to read my post 🙂 ). You see this weekend is very special to us. Today is our three months wedding anniversary (according to my husband there is no such a thing) and tomorrow, on Sunday, it will be exactly one year since my husband has asked me to marry him. Now this is certainly a weekend to celebrate, don’t you think?
Harrogate is such a lovely place, kind of reminds me of London suburbs, with its green parks, quirky little cafe places and unique (
expensive) shops. Betty’s tea room was an experience worth every penny and because it was a lovely sunny day, I felt extremely relaxed after busy week at work. It was also perfect time to sport my new autumn look!
Also, not sure if you’ve noticed, but I have gone brunette! I recently went to the opening of the RMUK Hair & Spa Beauty Salon in Leeds and I decided to completely change my style, went short and dark! What do you think, does it suit me?
Today I am showcasing latest autumn fashion trend I’ve discovered in shops and magazines. Time and time again, the sweater and skirt pairing has proven itself a go-to outfit that brings instant polish to any autumn/winter look. This season, I felt in love with polo necks and I have to control myself not to get anymore (already bought three this month). Polo necks have become so ubiquitous these last two winter season, don’t you think? I just love adding a turtleneck to my outfits as I believe it makes my looks more polished. I matched the cinnamon top with my tan leather A-line shape Zara skirt, a style that is so bang on trend right now. What is
more, the neutral colour of the skirt perfectly balances with the warm colours of the polo neck
I paired the polo neck with a red necklace, my latest statement piece, because I think it elevates my ordinary look into something more sophisticated. My parents got me this necklace from their trip to Paris and I adore its boldness. To me, this formula has the ease of classy elegance with a hint of leisure. My favourite style!
I chose a feminine cream coloured blazer to soften up my look. Fall often means welcoming earthy tones and I believe that matching these three hues together, I created autumn perfection and I felt great. I love that an outfit can define a mood on any given day.
This autumn winter season I’m betting on the classic patent high heel ankle boots, which will protect me from puddles while offering a pared-down counterpoint to other
sartorial experiments. I fell immediately in love with these black Office boots so I’m actually excited about the cold months ahead, because I get to rock them very often from now on! Animal influences faux fur is as popular as ever so I paired these boots with my Dune bag with leopard print front. Classy and edgy at the same time (please agree with me…anyone?).
Polo Neck: Edge // Skirt: Zara // Ankle Boots: Office // Sunnies: Vintage // Bag: Dune // Accessories: Dorothy Perkins
I’ve been wearing this outfit to the office quite often. That is
the advantage of working in an agency. In a creative office, almost
anything goes. We get the freedom to wear
jeans and can try out mostly any fashion trends without raising anyones eyebrows.
far as trends go, be sure to mix it up with textures like a leather skirts with a
basic knits this autumn winter season, shops are full of it! These two
pieces are beautiful, seasonally perfect and classic items and I know
they’ll get tons of wear out of this autumn and even winter.
What is your favourite trendy item for this autumn season? Let me know lovelies, I long for some more inspiration!