Thursday, 9 October 2014

A/W 14 style inspiration

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Oh Pinterest. That little website is quite literally my addiction (as well as instagram, twitter etc but then again I do write a blog so I tell myself it's justified, ahem) and I love flicking through other peoples boards to feel all inspired and happy. Inspiration is such a fab feeling, non? I've been absolutely loving high neck/turtle neck jumpers at the moment and I need more in my life. I picked up one from Topshop last week which I'm so in love with and will probably feature in an ootd soon (when I can find a spare second from college work at the weekends o m g). I love the slouchy look they can give to an outfit if you dress them down with skinny ripped jeans and a satchel/strucutred bag or how they can be dressed up to look more formal too. SO versatile and perfect for keeping warm in the colder months (combining comfort, warmth and chic = winner for me).

Layering is something that comes around every A/W and it's probably the thing I look forward to most about winter styling. I was really inspired by the layering of shirts, jumpers and a blazer in one of the above images because I think the contrast in length, texture and cut work really well together. Also by pairing the outfit with trainers it adds a more laid back and comfortable vibe which again I think works really well and is something I really want to try out myself. I've never been into the whole "oh I'm wearing my really cute gym shoes" look but I may have to delve into the trainers world because they look so fab with so many different pieces. I'm also still really into monochrome and so grey, black and white are the main colour palette for my current wardrobe this season. I love how chic and cool the combination of black tights, shoes and shorts look in the fourth photo and now I really need a pair of black structured shorts in my life. They look incredible. 

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