I absolutely adore this shade of dark green and who doesn’t love a slip dress? You could dress this up with heels or dress it down by wearing it over a long sleeved black roll neck, pairing it with black tights and some black booties. Also it’s £19 which is pretty good by Topshop standards.
I need need need this bag. That is all.
Camel is a go-to colour for autumn, be it a coat, a jumper, a bag, you need some camel in your wardrobe. I really want this dress mainly because it looks so comfortable, I’m really into ribbed clothing, and it would make a great outfit paired with tights, boots and a leather jacket.
Maxi skirts are really in right now, it’s a trend I’ve wanted to jump on but haven’t purely because I don’t wear skirts that often as I don’t think they suit me. Who knows, maybe I’ll be daring enough to buy it at some point.
Co-ords and corduroy are two things I’ve been seeing everywhere lately and I love it. You really can’t go wrong with a co-ordinated outfit (unless it’s one of those velour tracksuits everyone used to wear in the early 00s), you can dress up or dress down an outfit like this, simply add a chiffon blouse or chuck on some trainers and that’s two outfits right there.
How cool is this cardigan?! Dogtooth is one of my favourite prints, and everyone knows that autumn is cardigan season, well here in Britain it is anyway. I wouldn’t normally go for something so bright and patterned seeing as most of my wardrobe is black, white and grey with the odd splash of colour (that looks seemingly out of place), but the temptation to buy this cardigan is overwhelming right now…
Ok, if I’m being honest the only reason I haven’t bought this dress yet is because I can’t decide which colour to go for. I mean how good would this dress look with a pair of black over-the-knee boots??
As you have all probably seen, snake print and leopard print are everywhere this season, I’ve joined in on the leopard print trend and bought a fluffy leopard print jumper from H&M recently, but I haven’t bought any snake print yet. In my personal opinion, the only way I think I would be able to rock snake print without making it look tacky would be with a pair of ankle boots with a small heel like the ones below, Zara also have a darker brown pair which are to die for.
A classic pair of black ankle boots, a staple piece in anyone’s wardrobe, except mine that is. I only realised the other day that I don’t own a pair of plain black ankle boots, so they went straight to the top of my Wishlist. Hopefully they still have them in stock come payday!
And if you’ve followed this post to the bottom, I’ve already mentioned about the snake print trends and my love for this exact shade of green, so combine them together and I simply have to have it.