Autumn Fashion Wardrobe Essentials

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Autumn is here at last and I am really enjoying styling my autumn/winter pieces. The summer felt really long, I am glad that is over now. Although, it has been a bit cold here in Cheshire, I like the fact that I can start layering up! Autumn fashion is one of my favourites. You can get away with layering and showing a bit of skin at the same time. It is like the best of both worlds. I recently came across Katch Me; an online boutique store, and I am seriously loving the stylish autumn pieces on the website. Plus the online boutique offers next day delivery and many items are currently on sale as I type. This is the best time to grab a few items for the new season if you have any spaces to fill in your autumn/winter wardrobe.

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I was lucky enough to get some items from Katch Me. Here are the stunning pieces I got –

Pink Leopard Print Milkmaid Dress

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This stunning Pink Leopard Print Milkmaid Dress by Katch Me is a beauty to behold. I love the leopard print a lot. It is so beautiful. I love wearing prints in the autumn/winter months and I can picture myself wearing this stunning dress a lot. The design and length are perfect. I will be styling this piece with black heels and a clutch bag for my next outing.

You can check out their full range of Milkmaid Dresses here.

Navy & White Check Flannel Shirt – Lennon

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This Navy & White Check Flannel Shirt – Lennon is one of my favourites from Katch Me. I work and study from home, and this piece will be great for that! It is comfy enough to wear at home with the soft touch material, and looks beautiful for when I need to jump on a video call. The shirt can be styled in many ways. I will be wearing mine paired with a pair of leggings or joggers. You can get yours in navy and white, red, black, green, navy, green and yellow.

Do check out the full range of Check Shirts here.

Black Faux Leather Joggers – Rhea

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This Black Faux Leather Joggers – Rhea is another new wardrobe addition for autumn. I love having pairs of joggers. They are comfy and stylish. This piece right here ticks all my fashion boxes. It features an elasticated waist and cuffed ankles. I love the fact that it is made from faux leather. It stands out beautifully and will be so easy to style up and down. I will be wearing this piece a lot this season.

You can check out their full range of Vinyl Clothing here.

What do you think of these Autumn Fashion Wardrobe Essentials? Did any of the Katch Me pieces catch your eye?

 

 

Life After Lockdown: Fashion Trends To Embrace Now

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Many of us have spent the last few months alternating between pyjamas and joggers. Now, with lockdown measures easing and life slowly beginning to return to something that bears a resemblance to normality, it’s time to look forward to being more adventurous. While it may not be possible to dress up for parties or hit the clubs for a while, most of us are looking forward to getting out and about a little more. With autumn fast approaching, what better time to try out some new looks? Here are some of the hottest seasonal trends to freshen up your wardrobe. 

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Capes

Capes are brilliant for autumn because we often find ourselves trying to dress for four seasons in one day. With a cape, you can throw it over your shoulders if you get a little chilly and remove it if the sun decides to make an appearance. Capes are chic, and they’re an excellent way to dress up casual or understated outfits if you’re going from work to a restaurant, or you’re looking for something that ticks the smart casual box. To maximise style points, opt for a cape in gold, red, black, or camel. These shades are everywhere this autumn. 

Androgenous styling

If you’re a fan of stealing your partner’s hoodies, or you live for smart tailoring, you’re in luck. Androgenous styling is huge this autumn, and there’s a raft of looks to choose from. You can go big and baggy with oversized cardigans, men’s shirts, and loose-fit trousers, or embrace a sharper, more structured look with tailored suits and slim-fit pea coats. If you’re keen to mix and match, or you don’t want to go the whole hog, you can add feminine touches or alter the shape of oversized pieces with printed bags and boots, belts, and delicate jewellery. 

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Volume

This season, it’s time to turn up the volume and embrace big sleeves and bold hemlines. Balloon sleeves were spotted all over the autumn/winter catwalks, and there has also been an influx of dresses and skirts with puffball shapes, layering, and tiers. If you’re going for standout sleeves on the top, you might prefer to keep it simple on the bottom, but if you’re feeling brave, you can wear voluminous tops and bottoms together. Adding volume to one part of the body is a great way to balance hips, shoulders and waistlines and showcase curves. 

Checks 

Checks never go out of fashion, and they’re a staple of the autumn wardrobe. This year, patterns such as houndstooth, wintry ginghams, and tartan are popular. The brilliant thing about checks is that you can be as daring as you like. You can put different prints together, you can embrace the trend with a statement piece, for example, a coat or a trouser or skirt suit, or you can add subtle touches through details like bags, shoes, tights, or scarves. 

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After months of dressing down, it’s time to look forward to life after lockdown and get excited about fashion again. As autumn looms, why not embrace these fabulous trends?

 

 

What my autumn wardrobe would look like

Autumn is around the corner and I can’t wait to embrace it. I love the beautiful autumn leaves and cooler weather. It has been painfully warm here in Cheshire in the last few days. The crazy warm weather is making me want the autumn season even more. So what will my autumn wardrobe look like? I work from home as normal and with the current situation we are all in, I am not socialising much. That means my autumn wardrobe will look pretty much like my spring and summer wardrobe but a bit thicker.

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Here are 5 items I am looking forward to wearing this autumn season –

Turbans/Scarves

I love turbans and scarves. They keep my head warm and they are great for when I don’t have the time to style my hair properly. I also love wearing turbans/scarves because the extra warmth keeps my scalp moisturised which helps the hair grow. I have found some amazing turbans online and I will be grabbing some of them in the next few weeks. Do you love wearing turbans/scarves?

Trainers

Trainers are great for the school run, which will be starting in the next few weeks. I can’t believe I am saying this but I have actually missed the school runs and the kiddies have missed school so much. I am looking forward to that starting again.

I love wearing my trainers. They are stylish and comfy. I will be getting a lot of wear out of my trainers this autumn season.

Sunglasses

I love that I can still wear my sunglasses on sunny autumn days. That is one fashion accessory that is more of a necessity than an accessory for me.

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Light Jackets

One of the beauties of autumn fashion is that I can still wear light jackets. I cherish the last few months where I can get away with wearing a light jacket outdoors. I have a couple of light jackets I am already looking forward to wearing this autumn.

Leggings

I am a huge fan of leggings. They are super stylish and they look great with almost anything. Whenever I can’t think of what to wear, I throw on a pair of leggings and everything else just fits into place. In the last few days, it has been way too warm to throw on a pair of leggings. I am looking forward to the cooler months to make up for the lost time.

What is your autumn wardrobe going to look like this year? Please share your fashion tips in the comments section. Thanks for reading, commenting, and share. Have a great weekend.

 

 

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