I have some news and I’m going to need you to sit down.
According to the iWeather app it *might* actually drop below twenty degrees in the next ten days.
DUN DUN DUN.
So with that in mind, I thought I’d throw a couple of ahem, slightly cosier outfit ideas out into the bloggersphere. Because shock horror, it might actually a bit too nippy soon for that little bardot dress you’ve been wearing religiously since about May.
On the plus side, at least we can wave goodbye to under boob sweat, eh?
THE DENIM SKIRT AND BARDOT TOP
Such a classic fashion combo but one I’ve been avoiding like smelly men on the Tube because until this Fat Face wrap beauty came into my life last week, me and denim skirts did not get along. Sob.
I like this one because it’s not too clingy on the ol’ hip and thigh area and sits a little high-waisted which makes it super comfy as well as flattering.
Oh Fat Face, why you make such good denim?
I’ve sassed up this duo with a Hannah Gale neckerchief, a little cross body bag and sandals whilst it’s still ice-cold-diet-coke-all-the-damn-time hot, but will obvs be adding in the snuggliest of cardigans when it gets chillier.
ROLL NECK AND SUMMER DRESS
I’m absolutely not one of those people who have separate summer and winter wardrobes, I’m all about attempting (and often failing because OMG WHY AM I WEARING SO MANY LAYERS PLZ) to wear my fave pieces all year round. Because let’s face it, where’s the fun in stuffing your fave summer dress to the back of your wardrobe for 50% of the year, eh?
I love to sneak a little roll neck under a dress for autumn – it also means you can get away with bare legs for longer because you’re so well insulated up top. Which is dreamy if, like me, you hate wearing tights nearly as much as you hate Bake Off moving to Channel 4. Eeesh.
I love the bright rust shade of this one which makes me want to skip over to Starbucks for a Pumpkin Spice Latte and go hunt for giant conkers.
What are your fave autumn fashion combos?
Photos by Bang On Style
This is a sponsored post but all sassy autumn styling and views my own