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Friday, October 10, 2014

OOTD: Autumn Pastels

Jeans: Topshop // Shirt: Miss Selfridge // Jumper: New Look
Necklace: Primark // Hat: ASOS // Shoes: Topshop

When people think of Autumn, the colours that always spring to mind are darks such as black, grey and burgundy and although I love those colours I feel like it's still early to wearing them as the weather is still so glorious! Today was still sunny but it had a slight chill so I decided to dress warm but not too wintery at the same time.  I find layering is key in Autumn and this cropped jumper from New Look is perfect! I spotted it a couple of weeks ago but was so apprehensive to buy it due to the weather but it came in really handy today and layering it over the shirt meant I didn't need to wear a coat as I was quite warm.  The necklace I popped on to jazz the outfit up a little bit and it matches my fedora perfectly.  This outfit shows that pastel colours aren't just limited to Spring/Summer and you can wear them throughout Autumn too.  Also sporting that rucksack again, yes I know but it's glued to my back ok?

I've had a little hair make-over too! I haven't dyed my hair in over 2 years and since my ombre has all faded out I wanted to do something to make it look less boring.  I quite like my natural colour but it was just plain jane so decided I wanted to brighten it up and after endless searches on pinterest I finalised on a balayage style.  She actually made the colour a lot more overall than I originally intended so it's kind of a sombre (subtle ombre) but I actually really like it and the colour is exactly what I was after so I'm made up! I know everyone tends to dye their hair darker in Winter and lighter in Summer but when have I ever been one to follow everyone else?

What do you think of this look? Do you wear pastels in Autumn?



  1. Love this look.

    Claudia xxx

  2. Beautiful outfit, love the necklace. xx

    1. Thanks lovelyyy, I never take that necklace off! haha xx


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