Then embody some of these chic tips and pairings from this years Autumn Winter looks…. there are some beautiful influences from the 1920s a period of hot nonchalant sophisticated glamour with designers choosing their inspiration from the decadnant patterns, the lush ornate golds, burgundy’s bottom green and some purple influences. Keeping that in mind I opted for this black embroidered dress with scalloped edging it’s from Club L and bought on Asos….
LOVE this from ASOS!
The purple and white flowers have a divine intricate green
Foliage, the skirt itself has a soft A line shape, works well if your like an hourglass shape but best avoided if you want to add height to your frame. Really love the little details on this frock, there is an open diamond cutout to the upper shoulders at the back, tied with silver button under the neck. A little scallop edging all around the hem of the skirt is quite stunning and the heavy embroidery continues right to the edge.
Mordernising the look for a day or evening event with a leather stud jacket from Penney’s, timeless, crop style jacket with large flap back lapels which can be super flattering, minimizing a larger bust or also adding volume to a petit shape. The studded embellishment is worn by every celebrity this year seen on Rosie Hs handbags to Kate’s emblazoned blazers. A quality leather blazer can be hauled out every year perfect for dresses , jeans , mini and everything in between.
Huge selection on Asos.com just saw another must have and very similar to mine it’s Barney’s faux leather jacket with detachable hood, LOVE this from ASOS!
Layering patterns is very now and quite a trendy way to show off your Best Buy’s this time of year. Can be easily achieved by layering patterns with similar
undertones here we have a zebra monochrome pattern on the boots and the black and white in the dress pattern, lending the outfit a more thoughtful approach to layers.
These zebra ankles wedges are pretty old now but timeless nonetheless an impulse buy from Aldo but we’re still staying together.
This version from Saint Laurent the niki zebra hair calf skin ankle boots at 1095E
Are an investment for sure but the cool heel and Art Deco influences on the silhouette tick all the boxes we need this season.
Or for something with a little more pricing room try these cuties from New Look at 69.99E http://www.newlook.com/row/womens/footwear/boots/stone-faux-pony-hair-leopard-print-boots/p/547603516?comp=Search
Lower heel means lots more wear….. a Saturday coffee with jeans perhaps to a Sat night under a dress.
Want to go with a trouser option and laid back approach then swap your boots for a pair of pleathers and chunky velvets heels ….. these heels from Penney’s are mint altogether not to mention a super bargain and in this seasons most loved shade of burgundy.
Add length to the leg even if you have short side of things with very slim mining pleather leggings. These version is from h & m in the past two years, handy thing with pleather is that it washes so well. Something to remember velvet and pleather go way back, keep it up to date by pairing smartly, limiting-the chosen later to an accessory. Worn with fringe T-shirt from Asos, this years catwalks 80s and 70s influences
nigh here with distressed cotton hence the soft black and extended fringing. The emblem ads a casual pop to the otherwise plain t.
LOVE this from ASOS!
I added the essential winter accessory, “The coat” is distinctively 70s and very in with a large collar and a crazy burnt orange shade, button detailing referring military style often seen in jackets and coat since. A wool blend chic lines lend the look rockstar credability not to mension keeping me taosted for the night. Get yours now .
LOVE this from ASOS!
last but no least the main accessory in both the bag…… is one I have been waiting in a dove grey shade just picked up from Penney’s at a pretty awesome 8 Euro. Also seen in cream might have to pop back in this week….. watch this space ……
Sharing the inspiration in style,See you soon