Sunday, 14 October 2012

Winter is coming!!

Waking up this morning, I think I was the only person who was happy to see it was a cold start. I am a big fan of winter in general because it means snow may fall, Christmas, lighting the fire, hot chocolate and also wrapping up in lots of cosy knitwear! So I've found some of this seasons key pieces and top looks for you to  get ready and plan your winter wardrobe, ready, set, shop!!

Geometric jumpers
Get ready to make a fashion statement with these chunky patterned knits,

Above: from Jonathan Saunders A/W 2012
Get this look for less,
Black (Black) Influence Black Skull Print Knitted Jumper | 268285301 | New Look
Influence Black Skull Print Knitted Jumper £19.99 New Look
Knitted Dogtooth Jumper £42 Topshop
Knitted Battenburg Jumper £42 Topshop
Dark Red (Red) V London Red and Black Cross Print Jumper | 268176861 | New Look
V London Red and Black Cross Jumper £19.99 New Look


Its not really as patterned as the rest but I love this Short Sleeve Angora Jumper from Matalan for £18. It comes in four colours, is relatively cheap and has a cute bow detailing on the back of the jumper

Short Sleeve Angora Jumper
Something shiny

To inject some glam into your wardrobe this winter get something with this season's favourite of super shiny! Offering up pvc and wet looking clothing to give you a slick new look.



From Jil Sanders A/W 2012 Collection

To copy this look for less,



This dress to the right is from New look and includes the wet look on the front, was £27.
Black (Black) Black Mesh Wet Look Bodycon Dress | 261813001 | New Look
Black (Black) Black PU Contrast Leggings | 257287601 | New Look
This pair of Black PU Contrast Wet Look Leggings from New look cost £14.99 
 This coat is the Premium Contrast Tweed Biker Jacket priced at £175 from Topshop with a leather panel down the middle making it a statement look for winter.


This is the Black Wet Look Peplum Skirt from River Island priced at  £22, this would look great teamed with a simple sheer blouse tucked into it.


It's in the hips..

This winter you can't hide your curves, with this particular look its all about emphasising them. With peplums and padding around the hips bound to appear everywhere. 


From the Stella McCartney A/W 2012 Collection




This River Island dress is perfect for emphasising the waist with the peplum also as its monochrome style it will give the wearer the illusion of looking a lot slimmer! Priced at £30.00 what a bargain!





This Topshop coat is a perfect length for winter, it also has a peplum detail emphasising the waist alongside the contrast between the black and navy colours used, this is a perfect winter coat. Priced at £95




This Dark Lace Aplique Peplum Skirt costs £23.99 from Dorothy Perkins

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This dress from Zara has used big pleats in the skirt to put emphasis on the hips, and the jewelled collar gives that special splash of bling. Costing £69.99


Fancy Dresses
This season treat your wardrobe to a splash of ornate detailing with elaborate and intricate designs and patterns featured.


Both looks are from Dolce and Gabbana

Black Pattern (Black) Black Jewel Baroque Print Bodycon Dress | 263790609 | New Look

This dress above is the Black Jewel Baroque Print Bodycon Dress from New Look. Priced at £12


This shirt has a simplistic baroque detail on the collar and up both the sleeves. This costs £19.99 from H&M


This Gold Baroque Jacquard Blazer from Miss Selfridge would look great over an lbd on a night out. This costs £37.00

Whistle and Flute

Yep, the trouser suit is back, and this time its patterned. Take inspiration from the Miu Miu trouser suit seen below;


For a high street look,


Get this trouser suit look from Topshop, trousers cost £40, blazer costs £68 

Navy (Blue) Mina Monique Navy Bird Print Trousers | 262512141 | New LookNavy (Blue) Navy Blue Crepe Open Front Blazer | 267371541 | New Look

This trouser suit is from New Look the navy bird print trousers cost £54.99 and the blazer costs £24.99 

Here is a selection of trousers from Next.


Thank you so much for reading,

It means the world,

A xx


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