Did I screech my car to a halt when I passed an unknown boulevard lined with golden yellow trees? Why yes, yes I did. But I want to talk autumn styling so I needed those trees…
To me autumn styling is all about the layers and the textures and the colours. Golden jewellery from my favourite affordable luxury brand, Ottoman Hands, delicately layered over the most perfect fine knit in that colour, neck crumpled, not rolled (I like an undone polo neck) and, yeah, I went there and put that little twig bangle over the cuff. I remember years ago taking a bit of stick about wearing watches over cuffs but, guess what, I’m still feeling it… Over the knees in soft, soft suede and topping it off with that big fringed beauty of a cardigan by Gap.
I have genuinely been loving this partnership so, so much – it’s like I have rediscovered my love of jewellery – back in the early days of this blog I was all about the wrist party and now, whilst hopefully a little more refined, I still cannot seem to help but pile it on. I keep the pieces on my desk and every day pick up a different combination; the rings are probably the easiest to add on because they just go with anything but I love that all the pieces work on their own or layered up or mixed in with my other jewellery… so obviously it is a huge pleasure today to be able to offer you a little something too.
Have a really good look around the site because there are so many really gorgeous bits on there. I already have my eye on this ring for Christmas party season (aka me staying home and having friends round for drinks) and the new velvet chokers are sooo good. I love that the prices are not scary yet everything is gold plated and with the semi precious stones too so the quality is really high… anyway, enough of me gushing… just go enter.
loop fringe cardigan – Gap (40% off Black Friday)
silk cotton polo neck – Jigsaw | monroe jeans – Joules
curve over the knee boots – Duo Boots (£50 off Black Friday)
trudy bag – Modalu (30% off Black Friday)
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