A leopard print faux fur jacket that’s a reasonable price and doesn’t look *too* oversized?! I like it.
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I’m toying with adding a pale coloured boot onto my winter wishlist and I think it could be these…
I love me a cosy knit – this edit is FULL of them – but this one looks super simple and super snuggly.
The puzzle bag that I love in a gorgeous camel colour AND with gold hardware *goes weak at the knees*.
A checked trench that thanks to the multi-toned pattern will go with everything in your wardrobe.
A slightly statement take on a hoop earring. Invest in your basic style and experiment on the high-street.
Picture this – this skirt with black tights and boots and a black turtleneck. P.E.R.F.E.C.T.I.O.N.
I do apologise that this edit is basically just knitwear, but I love me a cosy sweater and this is swoony.
If you need to get out of a jeans rut, why not give these a go? Comfy, but *super* chic.
My most-worn jumper of the season, but in taupe. Plus – it washes in the machine like a DREAM.
This is all over my Instagram feed and I can’t stop liking it left, right and centre. It’s fab.
On my list because I boiled my Sézane cream chunky knit. I don’t want to talk about it *CRIES*.
I’ve heard that this is *the* brand to invest in straight leg jeans from. I’ll do some digging…
One of three non-black jumpsuits in this month’s edit. I know – am I feeling ok?
Don’t you love the look of this? A good one to rock for Christmas celebrations I reckon.
I’m not normally a dress lover, but I’ll make an exception for this all-black midi number.
When you have a item saved on your Instagram THREE times – that’s when you *know*.
Is it brown? Is it violet? Is it burgundy? I’m not really sure, but whatever it is, I think it looks v.cosy.
Imagine this coat with an all black outfit underneath, paired with a leopard print bag – YES.
There is something so ‘That Seventies Show’ about these. Are they the Ashton to my Mila?
I like a cropped jumper because actually it means there’s less to ‘tuck in’. Pooch avoidance indeed!
When evening wear and a boilersuit meet you get… THIS. I can’t stop thinking about it if I’m honest.
Very similar to one I got from Jigsaw last year, but a grey coat is a nice addition to my wardrobe.
The sweater you need for when you want to dress up as pumpkin or autumn personified.
I love the Topshop denim range and these look like a great fit – just the right amount of baggy.
I’ve been dreaming of treating myself to a bag in this colour. Such a good pairing for neutrals.
One of the best leopard print skirts I’ve seen on the high-street. So gorgeously flowy and soft.
If I wasn’t mid-capsule wardrobe season right now, then *this* would be in my basket.
I love how tight these are on the ankle. Makes pairing them with cropped trousers look so sleek.
The most autumnal boilersuit I ever did see! This looks so cool, but so comfy.
Got to love a bit of snakeskin, eh? Mixes it up from the rails and rails of leopard print.
There’s just something about these skirts. Wear ’em with boots and a chunky knit.
I’ve lusted after this bag for years. I love the unusual shape and the colours are always stunning.
I’m really into brown recently. I love it paired with pale denim or white jeans. SO autumnal.
How cute is this checked coat?! A nice way to add pattern if you’re a neutral lover like me.
These are so, so similar to the Gianvitto Rossi style – but for like, 5% of the price.
These are a staple in my winter capsule wardrobe, especially for wearing out in the evenings.
I mean, who doesn’t want to dress up as a gigantic teddy bear. RIGHT?
I invested in a pair of these and they are proper hardcore denim – they look great on the butt too!
I love a hoop earrings and these are so simple, so chic and gold-plated (no green lobes!).
I’m still lusting after this bag. It’s top of my winter capsule wardrobe wishlist.
The skirt that you’ve seen everywhere that keeps coming back into stock. That colour though!