It’s officially layering season and if I’m honest I couldn’t be happier. Yes, I am that person who loves autumn/winter because I can get out all my sweatshirts and hoodies. I love the colder months as fashion becomes effortless and allows you to experiment with your style in so many ways.
I’ve wanted to do a post like this for the longest time. So last Wednesday I turned 20, I couldn’t have asked for a better birthday as it was spent with the best people! I decided to have two outfits and they came together just as I wanted. I opted for two outfits as I wanted a casual outfit to start with and end my birthday in a pair of heels (maybe it wasn’t such a good idea..?)
A trend that is circling the fashion-sphere is buckle belts and the cinched waist. I can happily say I’m obsessed, I love belts as it’s so easy to switch up an outfit with them. The belts I have been loving are buckle belts (they almost resemble a seat belt) they are so cool and just fit perfectly with my style.
I’ve been wanting to get this outfit on my Instagram for so long and now that I’ve got the photos I’m so excited to share it with you guys. It’s a look which can be styled up and down for whatever season in whatever weather.
I’ve been wearing this outfit non-stop so I had to share it with you guys, I’m obsessed with nearly everything listed. It’s such a transitional outfit for going into autumn. I can already tell I’m going to wear it all the time.
It’s nearly time to go back to school and uni, which means summer is nearly over. When I was younger one of my favourite things to do in summer was to go shopping for my new uniform and school essentials. Now that I’m at university it’s even more exciting, there’s no uniform and I am so ready to go back with a new wardrobe – here are some of my favourite pieces.
Checkerboard has been a top trend and the grid pattern has blown us away. Before this even became a trend it was signature to Vans and their products from shoes to their sweatshirts. Skate culture saw it first.