I think we’re fully into autumn now, right? If you try to tell me you haven’t already pulled out a pair of fluffy socks & sipped on a pumpkin spice latte or two then I’m calling you a liar.
This year is truly flying by. And while it’s been a little bit quieter on the blog over the past month, I’ve definitely been making plans and figuring out exactly what direction I’m taking my style & my blog over the next few months. Make sure you check back weekly because I’m determined to get a schedule going so you’ll be hearing from me every Tuesday throughout the rest of October and November.
To kick things back off I’ve pulled together some examples of items you can easily add to your wardrobe from three wearable fashion trends this autumn. I say wearable because when I first searched autumn/winter trends some of the suggestions that come up are ridiculously impractical for most peoples style. And while I can appreciate a good runway look, the examples were really not wearable in day to day life.
So let’s get started…
The first item that I’m really loving this year is distressed knitwear. I’ve seen this a lot on Instagram and it’s definitely something I want to add to my wardrobe this winter. I picture styling this sort of jumper layered over a lace body or bralette with some black jeans and simple accessories. It definitely gives a really cosy/casual vibe to an outfit.
I’m also really loving shearling jackets. I actually own one already which you can see how I style on my latest Instagram photo here. It’s a lovely jacket but I want one that’s a little more oversized and this one was s little on the small side even when I first bought it. But anyway, shearling detail in any form is a quick way to instantly give an outfit a much more autumnal vibe and will benefit you all through winter too.
I may or may not already owns several pairs of ankle boots there but there are still a few styles that my wardrobe is missing. I definitely want to pick up this year I included a couple of examples in my recent wish list but here are a few more that might help you find some inspiration for autumn winter shoes
So I hope you’ve enjoyed my collection of items to add to your wardrobe for autumn. They’re t that I’ll be certainly looking to purchase myself this year. If you happen to pick up any of these items or anything similar definitely let me know. And let me know in the comments what items are on your must-have list this autumn.