Thursday, 25 September 2014

Topshop Haul | Fashion

Last week, I made the huge mistake of going into Topshop to look for some boots for the soon to be approaching winter. As you can probably tell from the picture above, there are no boots present, which means I (again) have gone and bought things that specifically weren't on my shopping list. What's a girl to do eh?

As you know, Summer has officially gone and we have approached the beautiful, but chilly season that is Autumn. I personally love Autumn, because of all the bold and strong colours, especially red and burgundy. However there's always this awkward transition time between Summer and Autumn, where it can start off really warm and breezy during the early afternoon, but after the late afternoon it becomes dreadfully cold and windy. This calls for the start of light layering! The time to drag out the cardigans and the jumpers, because personally, I am just not ready to start hiding everything under a big, fluffy coat.

Anyway on to the haul:

6) Flower Drop Choker - £6.50

7) 90's Ring Pack - £14.50

I am absolutely in love with all my purchases, especially the jumper! I have seriously never lounged in such a comfy, warm jumper before. It literally just swallows me up! And I've been meaning to get my hands on some chokers for the longest time, so now they will never be coming off my neck.

Are you happy Autumn is here, or do you have another favourite season?
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  1. I love all of the deep red hues, perfect for Autumn! I just bought that dress too it's so gorgeous!

    Salt and Chic // UK Fashion Blog

    1. Oh did you, that's great! It's so comfortable, I'm in love with the material! Love your blog honey x

  2. There's definitely a red theme here isn't there! Love that nail polish colour you have on.


    1. haha definitely! Thank you honey, it's from the new BarryM Autumn Gelly Collection x

  3. that sweater looks so comfy, love it ! x


    1. It really is the comfiest! Would totally recommend it for Autumn!
      Lovely blog by the way sweetie! x