Saturday, 2 November 2013

5 Looks For Autumn

Confession:I don't read, it's just a different pose as the weather outside wasn't all that nice. You like? I had thought about creating an autumn look-book for weeks now, then seeing a surge of Youtubers create their look-books I realised that now it just looks like I'm following the crowd. But, hey ho!

Cardigan: ASOS | Top: New Look | Trousers: River Island
Necklace: New Look | Shoes: Converse

Autumn fashion is all about layering. At the moment, this is my favourite over-sized cardigan. It kind of reminds me of cricket jumpers which I'm still not sure whether that's a good thing but it's really comfy and the colour matches just about everything. Khaki trousers are a must for the ultimate casual autumn look and the stitching and zip detail on this pair give that biker girl edge. Converses are the ultimate casual statement and the comic book top adds that unique touch.

Jumper:Dorothy Perkins | Shirt and Skirt: Miss Selfridge | Shoes: New Look

Monochrome is a classic that you can wear all wear round, but it's always nice to mix it up a little. This geometric print jumper has a sixties vibe whilst being ridiculously comfortable. The skater skirt and black shirt keep it simple and let the print stand out. And, how could I not wear these wedges? They are just too cute. 

Shirt and Shoes: Miss Guided | Bracelet and Skirt: New Look

New Girl fans will get the reference. I have noticed an increase of polka-dot shirts available in shops recently, I have no idea if this is a mini trend as such but I love it. The monochrome vibe in this one really appeals to me (HUGE monochrome fan) and paired with this plum skater skirt (beautiful autumn colour) and beaded bracelet you create a rather cute and girly smart/casual outfit. This is this sort of look I opt for at sixth form so if you're struggling with outfits for school, this is definitely a strong, practical style. 

Coat: Boohoo | Hat: New Look | Scarf: George
Disco Pants: Miss Guided | Boots: Next

With winter on the way and the 'big' storm last week (pretty much nothing happened over here!), keeping warm is a major priority. Doing this in style is always a must and I am absolutely loving burgundy this season. This scarf is super soft and really warm, although a tad bit bulky. I'm very much a hat person and I plan on wearing this little pom pom beauty lots over the next few months. If you're in need of a new winter coat, I could not recommend this more. Even though it is too long on the arms, it keeps you warm and dry, plus adjustable waist is avoid the shapeless coat disaster. It's a dream!

Dress: Poppy Lux | Blazer: Miss guided | Shoes: ASOS

Florals aren't just for spring and summer. This red dress in autumnal shades brings that feminine floral into this season. I especially love this dress as it is really silky and well shaped. It's also very versatile as you can wear it on formal occasions or just a more fancy everyday. Add a blazer jacket and brogues for a more work wear style look.

Which look's your favourite? Mine's the monochrome.

Tasmin x


  1. Love the snuggled in accessories look! :) x

    1. Yes, got to love being all snuggly and warm! Xx

  2. All your looks are just so pretty! Love them all, and you have the most gorgeous hair

    Please come check out my latest post if you have time :)

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    1. Aww, thank you! I'll check out your blog in a moment. Xx

  3. Hey Taz! great post. xoxo
    I tagged you in the Confessions of being a beauty blogger tag, you can have a look at it here:

    1. Thank you, Lucille! I will look at that in a moment! Xx

  4. Loking great! Love particularly Layering Dream and The Autumn Floral