These trousers have been the perfect transitional piece from Summer to Autumn.
The temperature is cooling down every day, the last days of sandals are upon us, but that’s ok with me, I’m ready for boot season!
It’s an absolute myth that navy and black shouldn’t be worn together. Exhibit A 👆🏼
All the cosy cardigans and loafers are out.
Welcoming the rain.
Stripes on rotation.
Today I started packing up my wardrobe for the move so I’ll have to get creative with what I have left out for the next few weeks.
Leaves are falling, I repeat, leaves are falling, this is not a drill.
Trench weather is here and I’m not even remotely mad about it. Findout what other Autumn items I’m looking forward to wearing in today’s video on YT.
Thinking about ways I can take some key Summer items into the Autumn season, making the most out of my wardrobe.
It seems that our British Summer peaked back in June. July was a wash out, August has been dull and it feels like we’re slipping into Autumn already.
In today’s YouTube video I’m sharing my 10 must-have black Summer wardrobe staples.
Navy, Black and Tan, always a winning combination in my opinion.
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Back in my ever favourite colour combination to end the week.
Never forget the decades you loved!
From one elasticated waistband to another. I like a smooth transition.
Those days when it’s warm enough to wear a big ol’ jumper and no coat.
Doubling up on the knits because it’s still a bit ‘fresh’ outside but it all adds to that 90’s casual look.
Slouchy everything makes for the perfect everyday outfit.
Integrating back into socially distanced society by actually stepping outside the house this weekend.
Chunky knits and slouchy trousers 🙌🏼
Tis the season for linen!
Re-wearing an outfit from couple of weeks ago, I love a blue stripe shirt, jeans and loafer combo.
I can’t wait for sleeveless weather!
I like big bags and I cannot lie
There’s a Spring chill in the air so some light layers are needed.
Sticking to my mantra of ‘good basics’.
Trench weather is finally here!
A few recent outfits that I’ve been wearing whilst working from home. Comfort first.
One of my favourite colour combinations which is always a winner.
An outfit from a few weeks ago where I layered up all those cosy pieces.
A teddy fleece and favourite leggings for this morning’s jog.
Channelling my inner marshmallow man in this puffer coat, made from recycled nylon and filled with recycled down for ultimate warmth and re-use of materials that already exist.
After the grim news of being put back into another lockdown I’m keeping active by starting the day with a fresh morning walk.
Nothing like a good stretch out to start the day.
All wrapped up, with thermals hidden underneath for a Winter walk.
I bought this set in both colours and it was definitely a wise investment.
Getting into a New Year routine of going for a walk, run or Yoga every morning to start the day.
I’ve spent a solid few days in loungewear so evidence of ‘real clothes’ had to documented.
It’s amazing what some minimal gold jewellery can do for a look.
Navy. Grey. Black. Repeat.
A grey day calls for a grey coat.
A super basic look today for working from home.
Off for our weekly dose of supermarket fun.
Double the knits, double the cosy.
With Tier 3 looming on us in less than 24hrs, we made the most of today and had lunch out and finished off our Christmas shopping.
Working from home in a layered monochrome look.
Re-wearing a look from a few weeks ago (but slightly tweaked) because this coat is the most stunning colour and it’s super warm for this chilly weather.
Keeping cosy and casual for a supermarket run in some cashmere joggers and chunky trainers.
Sticking to those dark tones and mixing the greys up top to add some depth.