Monday, 5 March 2018

Autumn Styling - March 2018

So, I was intending to post this last week, on the last day of summer but I got caught up with work and my studies… On a positive note, most of the Autumn fashions have hit the stores and there’s so many pretty, feminine pieces. Frills and lace seem to be the dominant theme this season – happy days! haha   

Witchery had 20% last weekend and I managed to buy a few items I really liked.

A cute black skirt is a staple and wears well over Autumn and into Winter. This textured skirt, with its double-ruffled hem is so darling. It’s a great buy as you will be able to create a variety of looks with it. In winter, it will look hot with opaque tights, a white shirt and ankle boots. Note: it is short, stopping mid-thigh and fits true to size. NB: I am wearing the size 4.

I also bought this wrap-ruffle skirt. I love this skirt - I mean frills and animal print, enough said! The cut of this skirt is super sexy! It is longer at the back and inches up slightly on the front right side, exposing a bit of thigh…I think it’s the ultimate skirt – you can wear it casually with a t-shirt and boots or sneakers or dress it up for work. It fits true to size. NB: I am wearing the size 4.

Another buy was this sexy tiered-sleeve lace top. I am obsessed with everything lace; it’s so romantic and feminine and of course, sexy! Normally, lace tends to itch my skin but this fabric is really soft. I adore the tiered sleeves – adds an extra touch of femininity to the top. The cami underneath is included, and the top is a fitted style but not tight. The great thing about lace is you can glam up your casual look of denims. NB: I bought the size 6.

This pretty top was another one of my purchases. The bubble sleeves are so cute and different, and the colours and floral print are really pretty for Autumn; soft and feminine. I love wearing light colours, even in winter so, this top is perfect. NB: I bought the size 6.
Have a great week everyone!

“Autumn, the year’s last, loveliest smile.” ~William Cullen Bryant

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