I love autumn style. There is something about the biting wind, rust-coloured leaves and being allowed to wear fifteen layers underneath your jacket that suits me well, and especially suits my style. I love monochromatic dressing, floppy fedoras and leather ankle boots, but let's not get too ahead of ourselves - down below are a list of my favourite fall trends with links to my favourite items to rock this season.

Denim - The denim trend does not seem to be disappearing any time soon, which makes me very happy. I love denim because of the smart/casual line that it often tows; it is my favourite way of dressing and feeling confident as I really do feel dressed for all occasions. I picked up these jeans from Asos a few months ago and, from the amount they feature on my Instagram, it is no surprise I love them. I've also been loving my denim bodycon dress from H&M (similar here) that I picked up in the summer. It is great for parties, but I have recently been wearing it with white clean-as-if-they-were-new-out-of-the-box trainers, a long, black coat and a black fedora for a dressed-down look. Currently I am totally the heart-eyes emoji all over this Asos denim jumpsuit, which has just gone on sale and so is a total steal.

Roll Neck - Every autumn/winter season sees the return of the roll neck, but they seem to be back with a vengeance this year in every shape, style and colour. This stunning funnel neck number from Zara it at the top of my Christmas list this year. Meanwhile, I've been living in this simple H&M number everyday for the last month, and love pairing it with my leather trousers and black ankle boots. If you don't want to rock a jumper, this Topshop knitted dress is an amazing alternative.

Bow Shirts and Suede - For those of you who, like me, are not a fan of the 70s trend but can't seem to get away from it in every shop and magazine, then fear not. While summer was very 'flower power' and flares, things have toned down this autumn and it is much easier to incorporate a single 70s item with the rest of your wardrobe. Bow shirts are a perfect example as they can be paired with almost anything, but the not-so-subtle neck detail keeps it looking vintage, especially this chiffon blouse from Cooperative at Urban Outfitters that I picked up in Westfields during a recent trip to London. If you really want to go full out 70s in a classy, sophisticated way, there is nothing more on trend than something suede. I am obsessed with the suede jackets from Missguided (also featured on my Instagram) and think it is the perfect way to jazz up any plain outfit. However, if you want to go all-out suede, these over the knee boots from River Island are perfection!

Faux Fur - When the cold winter winds creep into autumn, we all want to stay warm, but who says that means we can't stay fashionable? Faux fur is the answer to this - it added immediate luxury and glamour to any outfit. This can be in the form of a stole, or all out in a jacket. I particularly love patterned fur, like this cape from Asos.

Interior Dressing  - If I learned one thing from my day at Stylist Live, is that taking your inspiration from homeware magazines instead of fashion magazines is totally okay this autumn. A few days after I got back I ordered this dress from Missguided for Hogmanay, but I am also majorly crushing on the bomber jacket in the same embroidered tapestry design. My rule = the more William Morris, the better. 

Jumpsuits - For this season's partwear ditch the dress and put on a jumpsuit; a heavy material with dramatic drapes or a touch of silk can add some real drama to an androgynous look. This culotte shape or wrap belt style are examples of the perfect party piece.

Hats - It is no secret that I am a fan of hats. Any shape or size goes in autumn, but a hat makes any outfit look more put together while also adding a layer of warmth for the colder weather. This super affordable bobble hat from Zara is a great option, or you could splash out on a leather cap from H&M. A wine coloured fedora is the perfect hue for autumn, and this one from Newlook is on sale now!
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I love autumn style. There is something about the biting wind, rust-coloured leaves and being allowed to wear fifteen layers underneath your jacket that suits me well, and especially suits my style. I love monochromatic dressing, floppy fedoras and leather ankle boots, but let's not get too ahead of ourselves - down below are a list of my favourite fall trends with links to my favourite items to rock this season.

Denim - The denim trend does not seem to be disappearing any time soon, which makes me very happy. I love denim because of the smart/casual line that it often tows; it is my favourite way of dressing and feeling confident as I really do feel dressed for all occasions. I picked up these jeans from Asos a few months ago and, from the amount they feature on my Instagram, it is no surprise I love them. I've also been loving my denim bodycon dress from H&M (similar here) that I picked up in the summer. It is great for parties, but I have recently been wearing it with white clean-as-if-they-were-new-out-of-the-box trainers, a long, black coat and a black fedora for a dressed-down look. Currently I am totally the heart-eyes emoji all over this Asos denim jumpsuit, which has just gone on sale and so is a total steal.

Roll Neck - Every autumn/winter season sees the return of the roll neck, but they seem to be back with a vengeance this year in every shape, style and colour. This stunning funnel neck number from Zara it at the top of my Christmas list this year. Meanwhile, I've been living in this simple H&M number everyday for the last month, and love pairing it with my leather trousers and black ankle boots. If you don't want to rock a jumper, this Topshop knitted dress is an amazing alternative.

Bow Shirts and Suede - For those of you who, like me, are not a fan of the 70s trend but can't seem to get away from it in every shop and magazine, then fear not. While summer was very 'flower power' and flares, things have toned down this autumn and it is much easier to incorporate a single 70s item with the rest of your wardrobe. Bow shirts are a perfect example as they can be paired with almost anything, but the not-so-subtle neck detail keeps it looking vintage, especially this chiffon blouse from Cooperative at Urban Outfitters that I picked up in Westfields during a recent trip to London. If you really want to go full out 70s in a classy, sophisticated way, there is nothing more on trend than something suede. I am obsessed with the suede jackets from Missguided (also featured on my Instagram) and think it is the perfect way to jazz up any plain outfit. However, if you want to go all-out suede, these over the knee boots from River Island are perfection!

Faux Fur - When the cold winter winds creep into autumn, we all want to stay warm, but who says that means we can't stay fashionable? Faux fur is the answer to this - it added immediate luxury and glamour to any outfit. This can be in the form of a stole, or all out in a jacket. I particularly love patterned fur, like this cape from Asos.

Interior Dressing  - If I learned one thing from my day at Stylist Live, is that taking your inspiration from homeware magazines instead of fashion magazines is totally okay this autumn. A few days after I got back I ordered this dress from Missguided for Hogmanay, but I am also majorly crushing on the bomber jacket in the same embroidered tapestry design. My rule = the more William Morris, the better. 

Jumpsuits - For this season's partwear ditch the dress and put on a jumpsuit; a heavy material with dramatic drapes or a touch of silk can add some real drama to an androgynous look. This culotte shape or wrap belt style are examples of the perfect party piece.

Hats - It is no secret that I am a fan of hats. Any shape or size goes in autumn, but a hat makes any outfit look more put together while also adding a layer of warmth for the colder weather. This super affordable bobble hat from Zara is a great option, or you could splash out on a leather cap from H&M. A wine coloured fedora is the perfect hue for autumn, and this one from Newlook is on sale now!
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