Leather and pleather are everywhere this season and what a great joy that is. I haven’t been brave enough though to try a double leather look and just like my denim, I like to break up my outfit with a different texture.
Here I have teamed a fitted leather shirt with elasticated wool mix trousers , and when worn open this shacket works layered with a white t-shirt or a roll-neck.
I’ve added my favourite white boots, but this trouser would also work wonderfully with heels and a cami top for evening time. I am ready for whatever Tuesday throws at me. Everything linked !
This year I’ve taken to soft wool trousers as an alternative to jeans. These are from Cos and have just been restocked – yay -and I have linked a very similar alternative pair here. Soft, cosy and stylish, they work so well with knits. Look for an ankle cut flared leg for an flattering alternative.
Checks are everywhere this season and the trend is a lovely way to add interest to your Autumn-Winter wardrobe.Designers have re-invented these historical patterns by putting them on new modern shapes. This has like most popular catwalk trends trickled down to the high-street and there are plenty of checkered choice out there now.
An oversized blazer with a nice pair of denims is a simple update to your smart-casual wardrobe. A perfect chic cool look for the weekend and for a lunch or drinks with friends.
If searching for the ideal wool blazer, I recommend this boxy fit wool blend blazer in a structured silhouette with flap pockets and two button closures. It’s a wool blend and as well as full of attitude and extremely stylish, it is very warm too. Like the jeans, it also comes in a few different colours.
Just because it’s Autumn, doesn’t mean I’m giving up my dress habit. As Autumn breezes in, so too does a wonderful new bohemian spirit and this floral pleated midi dress can be worn with jackets and knits when the weather gets a little cooler.
Lined and with delicate pleated sleeves, it’s also great teamed with boots, or strappy sandals and a statement bag.