Struggling to find the perfect outfit for Autumn? or just wanting to keep warm but comfortable and stylish for the cold weather? I have some great ideas for all of you ladies...I am a leggings girl when it comes to this time of year, I don't know about anybody else.. I do where them during summer with dresses the odd time but they aren't longer ones so I can still keep nice and cool with the sunshine, but as we are coming into Autumn- living in the UK especially, the weather can be difficult to work around what clothes to wear? So ask yourself this: In general what makes you comfortable and stylish & what is your weather mostly like at this time of year?! Then you should find a little solution to your fashion problems. Living in Scotland is extremely difficult because the weather is like bipolar and that is genuinely the only way to describe it because sometimes we get really warm in winter, then really bad heavy snow to freezing rain, it can't make up it's mind! So you don't really know if half way through the day it could turn warm and stay like that which kind of sucks, so first of all I would say carry a light jacket with you if you think the day might change or wear a light top with a knitted jumper so it's a mixture but perfect for when the weather changes. I will give you guys a few a ideas of what I have in mind for this season and you can go from there...(also you can check out my winter post herefrom last year because it may benefit some of you)
ASOS Studded Longline Washed Parka was £90, now £63! Out of stock at the moment but should be soon to go back in for the upcoming season so make sure you 'save for later'
Warehouse Black Pocket Jegging at £36 you can also get leggings here at £14 but I do know some people prefer heavier clothing because of rain and just getting cold isn't very nice so these would keep you warmer.
Oasis Floral Print Collar Shell Top at £35 and then you if the weather gets more colder as the day goes on you can put this on over it here which is a black cardigan at £38 and I definitely recommend Topshop for cardigans because I have had one out there for years and they really do keep you warm. There is also the option of a nice jumper from New Look here at £35.
ASOS Aran Jumper Dress at £42 and you don't even need to wear it as an actual dress because you could wear something underneath top or bottom or both and again this mixes up with the weather.
Lilley Womens Military Lace Ankle Boot in Black at £25 from Shoe Zone, these are my personal favourites when it comes to Autumn/Winter, they last all the way and are sturdy for the snow, what is also good about these boots is that they have a mini - heel on them and they are still comfortable, I really am not a heel kind of girl so this makes up for it, right? I'm just gonna say I'd like to think so aha!
***Part 2 of my 25 things should be up this week***
Scarlett Johansson was seen at the Venice Film Festival for the premiere of her film 'Under the Skin' , bringing a touch of old Hollywood glamour in her appearance in a long black Versace dress that had sequined detail on the straps and showed of her gorgeous curves. She matched it with nude peep-toe heels and a stunning diamond necklace.
Emma Watson went for a different look than what we are normally use to seeing her in which I actually liked because of that, even though I did read some awful comments towards this outfit choice it didn't put me off, maybe she just wanted to try out something unusual that expresses something about her, she had on a Balenciaga white crop top that had short sleeves and black trousers with black peep-toe heels.
Pixie Lott had on a Christian Dior white dress and matched it with gold strappy heels.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley had on a white chic Versace dress and teamed it with silver snake skin pumps.
Rita Ora was seen posing in a black and yellow Etro gown
not forgetting the men of course...Justin Timberlake took to the red carpet in his favourite Tom Ford suit and boots.
Tom Hiddleston was also seen in his favourite brand Giorgio Armani, and it was a plush velvet double fastening suit.