If I could have it my way it would be summer all year (Sydney, Australia I'm coming for you!). Unfortunately by living in England, this is not the case. As we get closer to the end of the year a wardrobe change is a must, as I definitely can not hack summer dresses moving into these colder months. Comfort is definitely key when it comes to outfit planning and I have just the outfit that keeps you warm and comfy whilst still looking on trend. At the end of day, we are all looking for that minimal effort outfit that still looks like you have put in thought.
During the colder months, this Shearling Biker Jacket is a staple in my wardrobe. I purchased this last year in Topshop and it's one of my favourite coats. It keeps me so warm and I can throw it over any outfit to instantly make myself look more put together. I couldn't find my exact one on Topshop but I've linked one very similar. If you are going to take one advice from this post, it would be to get yourself that one staple coat that will last you all winter!
A usual winter outfit post would probably feature more of a black theme. But to make the transition between summer and autumn, I think it's the perfect time to still incorporate a touch of colour that is more muted than bright summer shades. This light pink jumper is perfect for the when it's a little chilly but still bright and sunny. This number is from Brandy Melville and although they aren't selling this exact jumper, this soft cable knit sweater is so similar. I am absolutely loving Brandy Melville at the moment. I think it really captures the minimal effort casual yet cute style that I'm really into. I recommend looking at their clothes if you're into simple comfy clothes that has a mix between edgy and girly.
So now on to these jeans. Topshop is the only place I get my jeans from as the material and fit are great for me. The only slight annoying thing is that the black jeans fade very easily so ends up being a dark grey after a few washes. If you have any recommendations of tight fitting black jeans that do not run, please do let me know! I'm usually a fan of the 'Leigh' jeans as they aren't real jean material so they are still comfortable. However, my sister brought these 'Jamie' ones and I had to get them too! Getting the right style of ripped jeans is important as some pairs can be a bit too much. However, I love the colour and style of these. Another bonus is that they fit really well and do not go baggy (I mean, who wants saggy jeans in the wrong places? Not the ideal look ladies). As it's not quite winter just yet, I feel we can still get away with ripped jeans without our knees freezing off! I like to pair my jeans with the signature western belt from ASOS.
Chelsea boots makes any outfit look smarter and dressier. These simple black heeled ones from Zara are another staple as they go with any outfit along with adding some edge to a casual outfit. I finished off this outfit with a black faux leather backpack that I bring everywhere with me (literally!), some Ray-band style black sunglasses and layering of gold necklaces. I never use to be a jewelry person, but now I'm always layering gold jewelry and always wear small gold hoops. I find that this just adds a little something extra to the look and ties it altogether.
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