Autumn Fashion with Lasula

As soon as the 1st of November hit, my wardrobe became a autumn wonderland. Out came the chunky knits, jumper dress, tights and of course boots. I love this time of year as it is perfect to wear anything and everything that is going to keep you warm and every so cosy. This post is a very exciting one, the lovely Lasula have collaborated with me to show you two gorgeous, easy and very inexpensive autumn/winter outfits that I am going to be wearing a whole lot for the next few months. 
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The Laid Back Knitwear

Everytime I wear this Pink Roll Neck Jumper Dress (£22), someone always says that they love how chunky and thick it is. I'd say it is more of a deep peach than pink, but either way it is very versatile and on me very oversized, making it perfect to pair with either leggings or even tights and ankle boots. Great to throw on when you need something quick and warm, the roll neck keeps you all tucked in and I love how it sits on me. I'm very tall too, so dresses like these never sit well on me - but this one, is perfect at covering my modesty and looking amazing. 
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pink roll neck jumper dress

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The Frill Seeker

When I put this on for the first time, I couldn't get over just how bright it is. This red is very stricking and one that will stand out from the crowd. I have loved wearing this for daytime lectures paired with jeans and boots, and also at night with leather pants and heels. This Red Choker Neck Jumper (£24), might just be my favourite piece this season. Firstly, the addition of a chocker neck gives the a plain knitted jumper such an edge. Then we have these incredible sleeves, I am known amongst my housemates to love a good sleeve and these don't disappoint. They flare out and the width allows you to flow around - ever so slightly obsessed. 

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These gorgeous photos are by Laura, who took me to the most gorgeous park not far from home and was perfect for this autumnal shoot, the Japanese garden is hidden away at the back and is a stunnig loctation at this time of year.
Two new additions to my wardrobe that are not going to be left out or untouched, I can see myself wearing both these pieces so many ways and in so many times! 




*in collaboration with Lasula
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