4 Autumn/Winter Wardrobe Essentials

6 Nov 2020 United Kingdom

There's something about autumn/winter fashion trends that brings me so much joy! The cable-knit cardigans, cosy jumpers, layering pieces and finally dusting off your boots hidden at the back of your wardrobe during summer. While I've been keeping my wardrobe streamlined over the last year and trying to avoid fast fashion as much as possible, I thought I'd share with you some of the pieces from my wardrobe that I'm enjoying wearing and layering this autumn. I love having pieces that can be styled in so many different ways! 

Mock Neck Sweaters

This & Other Stories Mock Neck Sweater is a more recent wardrobe addition and I'm having to stop myself from going back and picking this up in more shades! While autumn is usually about the rusts and mustards, this year I'm loving adding some subtle colour and muted shades into my look! The quality of this jumper is great and I love the neckline! This the perfect piece for the transitional months

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Shirt Jackets

These are ideal for Autumn! This on-trend piece I've seen in many high street shops recently. I picked mine up last winter from H&M and love it - it's a great staple for this season and those to come! A shacket is a great layering piece and also one that can easily go with half of my wardrobe. When it's warmer, I'll throw it over a t-shirt, maybe a turtle neck and jeans or throw a hoodie underneath to keep me extra snug! So easy to style, I don't think there's been a day yet this autumn I haven't worn this out! Mine is in a lovely rust colour but the beige and muted shades you can get similar jackets in I love. 

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Dr. Marten Boots

How I managed to survive a winter without these before, I will never know! I have the vegan leather lace-up booths and they are fantastic! They definitely need some wearing in but soon you will be crunching leaves and sludging through the snow in these trusty boots.  They are also super easy to style. Whether it's simple jeans, a jumper and a beanie or something more put together like a midi skirt and turtle neck. 

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Cropped Cardigans

I love this look! Chunky tortoiseshell buttons on a ribbed knit cardi is a lovely wardrobe addtion. While it might not be practical for the colder days, it sure is a great staple for rainy days stuck inside or to add to your working-from-home wardrobe. Monki have some great options in simple pastels. I personally love the pale purple cardigan! 

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What are your favourite autumn trends this year? Let me know! 
Hope you're doing great, 
Sarah x

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