20 October 2014

Autumn 2014 - Fashion Must Haves

When it comes to fashion, there's nothing more that I love that Autumn fashion. Its that transition time of year, where you pack away your summer clothes and get ready for the colder months ahead. I've created the below autumn fashion check-list for 2014, looking at this season causal must buys in fashion.

Grey Check Tartan Blanket Cape - £35 River Island
Capes are a huge fashion statement for autumn winter 2014, this creates a perfect cover-up chic look for those slightly colder days. This River Island cape has a lovely fringe edge to add that extra detail. 

Only Green Skinny Trousers/Leggings - £32 Zalando 
These skinny fitted synthetic leather trousers go perfectly with the checked tartan cape. When wearing a cape always wear tight fitting bottoms, as you might look bigger than you actual are with the amount of material a cape can have, as it is to act as a winter layer on top of an outfit.

Black Felt Fedora Hat - £14.99 New Look
I love a hat (I actually have this on order), this is very chic and would dress any causal outfit up. A Black hat would literally go with anything and is so in this season.

Firetrap Tease Cut Out Ankle Boots - £29 USC
The chunky heel and grip tread on these boots make them comfortable to wear and of course are very stylish, if you follow me on Instagram Top_Style_Advice you will have noticed that I posted a pic wearing these beautiful boots. I've received so many compliments every time I wear them, the price tag tells you that they are definitely worth it. 

Do you bought any of the above season must haves? What will you be buying? 



  1. This is a lovely outfit, I love all of your picks - a perfect Autumn outfit.x



  2. Emerald (forget oxblood!) is definitely the way to go this autumn .. love the richness of this colour. Those faux leather leggings are amazing.



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