Fashion | Autumn Essentials For Under £150

If you’re not one for crisp mornings, crunchy Autumn leaves beneath your feet and the nights drawing in sooner, then perhaps you can be persuaded into the new season by the fashion options that are now available to you.

Autumn is all about layering, which is a style that not only keeps you warm but also keeps you looking on-trend. It’s the season of deep wine colours and warm mustards, replicating the changes in nature. It’s also time to introduce textures, so dig out the snuggly sweaters, cosy coats and soft scarves!

Fall Fashion
I styled this outfit, featuring some of the key staples of the season that can easily be mixed ‘n’ matched with other pieces in your wardrobe, for £132! If you would like to explore the individual items then just click on the smaller product images for more information.

Autumn isn’t a season to sink into blacks either, keep colours in your palette to add warmth to the cooler days (and inevitably paler skin tones) – this can also be implemented in your makeup, there is nothing that I love more than golden/bronze/smokey eyes matched with various shades of red on the lip.


What do you like most about fall fashion? Which is your favourite piece from my choices?


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10 thoughts on “Fashion | Autumn Essentials For Under £150

    • adeleinglasses says:

      Thanks! I selected the pieces and created the graphic on Polyvore, I can literally lose hours at a time on there. Ooh which magazine did you write for? Is it available online? I’d love to see it!


  1. Jonathan 3.141592 says:

    Good post as usual. I’ve to get some new clothes, too. A new suit for work. But for men this is mostly pretty easy. Trousers, shirt, jacket. Last year checked cravat were en vogue. Not sure what’s this years trend.

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    • adeleinglasses says:

      Eek! That’s a shame, it must be tricky to find outfits for the season. I think, living in the UK, I’ve gotten used to pretty cool weather year around, so I’ve embraced the really cold months – and most of my wardrobe consists of jumpers/sweaters!


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