Autumn Layers | Fashion

autumn layers 70s boho tartan fashion

This Autumn I am all about layers. I want to be wearing my whole wardrobe at once. Well, maybe not my whole wardrobe but I’m sure you get what I mean. But my indecisive nature leaves me pining after more than one look for this autumn. So not only am I loving layers but also 70s boho, tartan, stripes…and the list will probably multiply as times goes by.

Now obviously, I won’t be styling all the looks in one go – that could be quite a shock to the eyes if I did! But I will definitely be mixing things up and flitting between those key styles whilst choosing my outfits for this season. But do expect to see a lot of layers, no matter what!

For the boho look think crochet, floaty midi skirts, palazzo trousers, faux fur gilets, slouchy rompers, patterns, earthy tones, baggy, basically anything that makes you want to act like a hippy and love the earth!

For tartan, I’m on the hunt for the perfect tartan blanket scarf or cape, and possibly even a tartan dress! For me, tartan screams winter is coming and makes me want to just cuddle up in front of a crackling fire with a hot cocoa. So to create that cosy feeling, tartan is an essential pattern for the autumn wardrobe.

Now stripes, stripes are truly timeless. And I feel it is something that my wardrobe lacks. So I plan to increase the level of stripes in my wardrobes and will pair it with practically anything else in between boho and tartan.

Also on my list for this season is a lovely wide brimmed wool floppy hat. I know people have been styling these for aaaaages now, but I feel autumn is the time when I will feel brave enough to wear one. Well, that’s if it isn’t too windy!

So lots of mixed styles, lots of layers, and lots of cosyness. That’s what my autumn wardrobe is all about.

What are your key autumn pieces?

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8 Comments

  1. 22nd October 2014 / 8:17 pm

    Love the black jeans with tartan. Anything tartan and im in love! Great post x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

    • 22nd October 2014 / 8:45 pm

      I'm going to make a confession and say I don't own black jeans… I've found the perfect pair that I'm saving up to buy and so I'm being stubborn and refusing to buy any others haha oooops! Tartan really is just wonderful though isn't it?
      Thanks,
      Grandiose Days xxx

  2. 23rd October 2014 / 2:42 pm

    Love this post! Great blog, I have followed you with Bloglovin and if you ever get a chance to check out my blog I would be delighted, thanks!

    Camille xo

    • 23rd October 2014 / 7:39 pm

      Thank you so much, you're the sweetest thing! I will come and have a little nosey at your blog now
      xxx

  3. 24th October 2014 / 12:06 pm

    Love that wine colored floppy hat!! What is it about hats, they get me every time!

    Kendall

    • 24th October 2014 / 6:13 pm

      So beautiful aren't they! It is definitely one my autumn wish list :)xxx

  4. 24th October 2014 / 1:48 pm

    I need to invest in a felt hat! I've never been a hat person before this season, and suddenly I'm completely in love with them…especially on bad hair days. I love all of these picks. Autumn is ideal for layering–I'm already dreaming of all of the different ways you could layer that striped crop top! Thank you for the autumn inspiration 🙂

    The What's In Between

    • 24th October 2014 / 6:14 pm

      I've had a love of hats since a very young age (apparently I used to run around in just wellies and a hat haha!). Yes, I totally agree that they are perfect for bad hair days :)! Aw thank you lovely
      xxx

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