Autumn Wishlist

I hold my hands up to it, I am a major shopaholic, I own more winter boots that I care to admit, coats for that matter also. But with autumn well and truly underway, surely thats an excuse to do some more shopping, right?

This autumn I have already been crushing on some incredibly beautiful pieces, I’m in awe of the colour scheme that most of the shops have opted for. Mustard, burgundy, and burnt oranges, are the colours that I currently drawing me in; I’m sure when autumn comes to an end, my wardrobe will be bursting with garments fitting in with this colour scheme.

  1. Superdry Puffle Jacket 

This is something very adventurous for me, as I tend to stick to quite smart, slim fitting duster coats during winter, but when I recently saw this in Superdry, I fell in love with it. Not only is it in one of my favourite colours, but it also looks super warm, perfect if you live in the UK!

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2. Vans 

Now, I know winter is the prime time for cute boots, but I have enough of them, my bank account really doesn’t need the burden of another pair of Doc Martens. I recently found out that Vans do a slip on shoe?! Apparently I’m the only one who didn’t know this, but I’ve fallen in love with the all black sliders – also think they would go really well with the puffle jacket!

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3. Faux Fur Coat

Another coat, I know, I’m sorry, but its an addiction that can’t be tamed. I never really had a thing for faux fur coats, that was until I saw this little number hanging up in New Look. Unlike some faux fur coats this one looks quite stylish, also in a very versatile colour.

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4. Embroidered Checkered Shirt 

Checkered shirts are so easy to layer up with during winter; what drew me into this one was the bottle green colour scheme, and also the lovely embroidered detail. I’m sure you’re all aware of the whole embroidery trend, and I won’t lie I was reluctant to jump on the bandwagon, but I’ve finally accepted it. This shirt adds the perfect girly touch to something sometimes seen as slightly manly.

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5. Velvet Burgundy Skirt

Velvet and burgundy, need I say no more? Perfect for the festive period, especially work christmas parties, or even just day trips out. Pairing it with either a nice blouse for a christmas party, or a high neck and a pair of docs for general day to day wear.

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6. Embroidered Mesh Shirt

For what feels live forever now, I have been looking for the perfect mesh shirt, every one that I have come across has always looked rather tacky, but when I saw this one, I was SO excited! Not only does it have an element of class to it, but it also looks as if you have really made an effort with your outfit, but in reality you haven’t. Also paired with the burgundy skirt; now that would be a perfect autumnal outfit!

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I’m sure you can expect another seasonal wishlist soon, as there are SO many lovely pieces flooding the shops at the moment. I do need to have some self restraint though, fellow university students will be able to relate, but my budget doesn’t cover the my shopping addiction!

I hope to see you all in my next post!

All my love,

Han xx

35 thoughts on “Autumn Wishlist

  1. I love the shirt vibe! I’m totally into burgundy at the moment, it’s such an autumnal colour and one that I don’t ever wear. Because I’m Ginger, I always assumed red would look stupid with my hair colour but it absolutely doesn’t! xxx

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  2. Love the coats. There are so many different style coats I want to buy but I already have loads and I’m running out of space 😂
    Maya x

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