(Top: Zara (similar here), Belt: Madewell, Jeans: Topshop (old Binx style, but similar here), Bag: Charlotte Elizabeth, Shoes: Chanel)

There's a small window between September and October where I try and style out transitional dressing. After that, and pretty much as soon as the temperature goes below 16 degrees, it's all thermals, bad hair and jumpers until February (see this tweet for full proof as to why this is necessary- apologies in advance in the content quality drop too ; ). But for the next few days that's exactly what I'm doing (nope, not just wearing silk shirts and inappropriately whacking the heating on)- but dipping into some of this seasons trends and mixing them up with summer pieces that might not get a look in once the 180 deniers come back out.

So, in ode to the trends I'll inevitably neglect after checking the Met Office, here is a tiny tribute to Alessandro Michele and all at Gucci who satisfied my inner seventies-loving nerd this season. Although I haven't quite managed the gold aviator frames (there's an eye test coming though, so let's not write it off just yet)- pairing rich florals with faded denim and a Prince-Charming-esque buckle belt was enough to satisfy my inner Trendy Wendy (at least until I become cool enough for the puffa jacket that is)...



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(Top: Zara (similar here), Belt: Madewell, Jeans: Topshop (old Binx style, but similar here), Bag: Charlotte Elizabeth, Shoes: Chanel)

There's a small window between September and October where I try and style out transitional dressing. After that, and pretty much as soon as the temperature goes below 16 degrees, it's all thermals, bad hair and jumpers until February (see this tweet for full proof as to why this is necessary- apologies in advance in the content quality drop too ; ). But for the next few days that's exactly what I'm doing (nope, not just wearing silk shirts and inappropriately whacking the heating on)- but dipping into some of this seasons trends and mixing them up with summer pieces that might not get a look in once the 180 deniers come back out.

So, in ode to the trends I'll inevitably neglect after checking the Met Office, here is a tiny tribute to Alessandro Michele and all at Gucci who satisfied my inner seventies-loving nerd this season. Although I haven't quite managed the gold aviator frames (there's an eye test coming though, so let's not write it off just yet)- pairing rich florals with faded denim and a Prince-Charming-esque buckle belt was enough to satisfy my inner Trendy Wendy (at least until I become cool enough for the puffa jacket that is)...



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32 comments:

  1. Love this look! The blouse is so pretty! x

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  2. Love how you interpreted all the Gucci goodness! It looks very modern and cool!
    I have weather problems too but the other way round. It's still more like summer here, and I'm itching to start layering!
    Lovely post as always :)

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  3. That's such a cute top! X
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  4. Oh wow, that shirt is beautiful! Super pretty x

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  5. How did you manage to pair that shirt and mews together so well?! London and its mews. <3

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  6. ah you look amazing, wish i got my hands on this top when it was in stock!
    jen / velvet spring

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  7. Perfect Outfit <3

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  8. I love how Gucci-esque it is!
    Also you're right about only having a small window for transitional dressing. I swear it was 5 days of jumpers+no tights=no problem but now it's just throw on everything you own.

    Belle in Black and White

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  9. Love those jeans!

    - Natalie
    www.workovereasy.com

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  10. Love it! and your hair looks incredible in this post :)

    Allison from www.mercuteify.com

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  11. Beautiful look!

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  12. I love this outfit so much! I would love to wear a top like that but central heating is expensive so I'll stick to old hoodies ;)

    Elanor

    https://elanorsims.wordpress.com/

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  13. This is such a great look! I'm crazy about that print!

    xx, Ashleigh ⎢ www.fashioninflight.com

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  14. I love the idea of wearing florals in Fall! This is such a pretty and girly, casual outfit! I like your blouse very much!

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  15. So in love with this outfit!! The blouse is so perfect and you look absolutely chic!

    Andrea.

    Seize your Style

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  16. Love this look. The top looks amazing on you!

    www.lipsticks-and-louboutins.blogspot.com

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  17. This is such a stunning look - the top suits you perfectly! x

    Abbi | SimplyAbbi.com

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  18. Oh I remember this body from your autumn staples video! It looks gorgeous, and it does make a great floral piece to wear in the autumn with its warm colours :) I love how your styled it, it really is the focus point of the outfit!

    Julia x
    Last post: In the Gardens of Versailles... | http://juliaspeaksbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/2016/10/wander-through-gardens-of-versailles.html

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  19. Beautiful top!


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  20. I love this look! I live in NZ where its coming into spring but this outfit could easily convert into spring attire. Looks great on you!
    www.ambermariemarie.com

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  21. Love this! I was thinking about how perfect the cut of those jeans were and then I read 'old style' 😭 But you look lovely as ever!

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  22. That top is so cute and perfect for autumn! x

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  23. I need to get into wearing jeans again, I am in a legging rut :( I love the fit and colour of the TopShop jeans!

    poppyrkay.blogspot.co.uk

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  24. Love this outfit! I bought the silk blouse in a different print from Zara and I just love how it looks! x
    Holly x
    The Twins' Wardrobe

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  25. Gorgeous autumnal florals girl! Style it out, this top is gorgeous x

    Dana | fashiondew.co.uk

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  26. I love the Topshop jeans, they fit so well on you x
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  27. Oh Liv, you're just such a beauty! This outfit and the back drop are absolutely stunning! Gorgeous photograph!:)

    fleurdanielle.blogspot.co.uk

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  28. Great look!

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  29. Such a beautiful look although I'm totally with you on sticking to jumpers until next spring! x

    India♥
    http://www.ohsoindiacharlotte.co.uk/

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  30. Transitional dressing. YES GIRL. For as long as I can remember I've never liked florals, but it's been slowly growing on me. I have my eye on this beautiful floral kimono I found online, and it's something I really want to try and rock :) x

    Kyia at WANDERLUSTGIRL// lifestyle & beauty
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  31. BIG love for the shirt, the wrap effect is so cool and the print is a great transition!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Beauty Wellbeing

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