I can’t believe my last blog post was over 7 days ago, but it’s been a very hectic week. I resigned from my job after being at the company for 5.5+ years and I’m also moving apartment this weekend!
Anyway, if you read my last post, I spoke about not knowing what to wear and finding new inspiration this season. With that I though I would share some style inspirations with you. My favourite trends are coming in the form of classic trench coats, shearling jackets, checked blazers, chunky sweaters, structured bags and tonal dressing. Other big trends would be bright reds and metallics. I personally don’t wear a lot of colour but if you take a darker tone then it’s more discrete. Also, if you wanted to try a trend that you’re excited about but feel self conscious to try, then add it in a subtle way, maybe with boots, earrings or a bag.
Here’s some inspiration below:
Add a pop of metallic to a minimalist outfit, you can find similar boots at Topshop here/here or at Zara. Pick your poison!
As mentioned above, if you want to introduce colour to your wardrobe you can do it by choosing darker shades. I tried this blue and green colour combination last week and loved it. I know they say “blue and green should never be seen” but I think these colours work.
Another example of adding subtle Autumn colours would though shoes or accessories. Opt for dark red/ burgundy boots, a cute structured bag or maybe statement earrings.
With metallic brings PVC and I love how Lucy Williams has paired this PVC trench with a simple outfit underneath. She has such great style and her outfits always look like they’re effortlessly put together
Add a pop of red underneath a structured coat. I almost bought this red top during the week. I though it would look nice over a white blouse, but since it was red I got scared and ran back to my monochromatic shell. Since then, I haven’t stopped thinking about ways I could try and style it!
I always love what Lucy Williams is wearing, but more so loving this orange ensemble. If you don’t want to go too bright try caramel tones like Taylr Anne:
Taylr Anne adds a pop of red to her tonal outfit with a bag: