I spend the vast majority of my time in trousers of some description, but at his time of year I like to switch things up with skirts and tights. I only wear short skirts with tights, so now the weather has turned cool I’m digging out my mini skirts. While I’m not a fan of the long, dark nights of Winter I do love wearing boots, tights and fabulous coats.
One of my favourite autumnal colours is rust; this vibrant orangey brown perfectly reflects the falling leaves. As luck would have it, I picked up this wrap skirt in the Marks and Spencer outlet for just £7 a few months ago. I’ve had it stashed away, waiting for the temperature to drop. The slightly fuzzy material is lovely and soft, and thick enough to keep my bum warm in Winter!
I based the rest of the outfit around the navy lines in the skirt. Fitted, high neck sweaters are cold weather essentials for me. This one is a little bit see-through (particularly when the camera flash goes off!). But I love the waffle pattern and flared sleeves with black trim. The navy tights and ankle boots create a leg-lengthening effect, although longer boots may be a better option when it gets really cold.
This rust checked wrap skirt and navy sweater provided the perfect opportunity to show off my new necklace from Eternal Collection. The dark orange, brown and cream tones make it perfect for Autumn. I wear my other two necklaces from Eternal lots. The akoya pearl cubic zirconia and aurora crystal necklaces are classic designs that compliment so many outfits. This gorgeous Thanksgiving necklace features agate, crystal and frosted glass beads. It’s also available in a shorter length and there are matching earrings too. Another classic piece from one of my favourite jewellery brands, I’m sure I’ll be wearing this necklace frequently.
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