The A-Z Guide of Autumn / Winter Style

Are you looking forward to far-welling Summer and embracing Winter? Want to add more colour or texture to your daily style? Enjoy my A-Z Guide of Autumn Style, including some classics, vintage, contemporary and of course some fun!

Miss L Fire
Miss L Fire

A – Ankle Boots. Perfect  with pants and they look great teamed with tights worn with skirts and dresses.

B – Botanical’s. Embrace nature and bring some print into your wardrobe with a botanical print shirt or wrap dress. Perfect paired with leather boots and your Winter coat.

C – Coats. A good wool coat goes a long way in a New Zealand Winter. Invest in a statement coat in a bold colour or a print that makes you happy. Prefer Black? Then look out for interesting details such as quirky linings, clasps and buttons.

D –  Denim Jeans. The perfect go to for weekend brunch to dinner with the girls. Wear with some cute flats during the day and team with your strappy heels for the evening.

E – Embroidery. Embroidery has made a huge appearance this season.You will find small motifs on jeans to fully embroidered bomber jackets. For something a little unique try searching the vintage racks for embroidered 30’s and 40’s numbers.

Trelise Cooper

F – Fur/ Fluff. Faux, shirling, vintage,fluffy? Whats better than snuggling into a warm fur jacket on a cold winters day.

G – Gloves. Protect your hands from the chill with a pop of colour and lush materials. Leather, Vintage or Wool.

H – Hats. Not only do they look great but they are perfect for disguising a bad hair day. Look out for Wool Cloche hats or chic Berets to add a little interest to your outfit.

I – Indulge. Indulge in home cooked meals, hot chocolate, baths or Netflix. Good for the soul.

J – Jumpsuit.  Team with a jacket during the day or flirty with a one shoulder number.

K – Knits. Chunky, Wool, Cashmere or Merino! Add texture to your outfit with a chunky cable knit, or layer in Merino or Cashmere. Embrace the 80’s in a riot of colour or sequins.

L – Layers. Autumn and Winter are all about layering your outfits. Transition your favourite Summer dress by adding a turtle neck and a long line cardigan or a cute blazer on top.

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M – Moisturizer. Protect your skin from the Winter chill by keeping your face and lips well hydrated and protected.

N – Necklaces. Big, Bold and colourful! Bring a pop of colour to a classic black outfit or co-ordinate your accessories from the shoes up.

O – Oversized – Look for huge sleeves, bows and embellishments.

P – Pleated Skirts. From metallics to jewel colours there is a tone for every style type. Team with a classic t or shirt for a soft feminine look.

Q – Quirky. Look for unexpected and quirky prints. Experiment with clashing prints and colour.

R – Red. Red is everywhere! Embrace the classic red lip or grab a red lips novelty bag to add some quirk to your outfit.

Oscar De La Renta

S – Statement Accessories. Bold earrings and necklaces, The bigger, the brighter, the better! #notsubtle

T – Tassels – Earrings, key rings, necklaces. They are everywhere and in every colour.

U – Umbrella. Go bold, go bright, stand out in a sea of Black umbrellas

V – Velvet.  Plush, lush and a beautiful way to inject some richness into your work day. Velvet is on trend this season and you will find something to suit your budget and style tastes.

Charlotte Olympia
Charlotte Olympia/ net-a-porter

W – Wellness. You cannot look your best if you don’t feel your best. Stock up on your Vit C, EPO and get a decent sleep.

X – XL. Is your wardrobe in need of a downsize? Donate what you no longer wear to charity….

Y- You! Be uniquely you. Express yourself, have fun, challenge yourself, be true to yourself…..and don’t give a crap what others think. #unapologeticallyyou

Z – Zip it. Zip it real good. Look for fun zip embellishments on jackets, sleeves, pockets and shoes.

I hope you found some inspiration for this season! What are your Winter must haves?

 

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