I know autumn doesn’t technically start until September 22nd, but you wouldn’t have known it in Glasgow earlier this week.
The drizzle started almost as soon as we arrived, and I feel like it’s probably going to last for the rest of
my life the year at this point, although that could just be my inner pessimist talking. Anyway, I know I talk about the weather far too much here (Although, in fairness, it’s pretty hard NOT to mention the weather on a UK fashion blog: it has such an impact on what you wear every day!), so on to the outfit!
One of the few good things about autumn, as far as I’m concerned (Aaaand, there I go, talking about it AGAIN!) is the fact that I get to wear my beloved black biker jacket again. Regular readers will probably recognise this from LAST year’s autumn/winter posts, but hey: at least it’s earning its keep, huh? This is a fairly typical casual autumn look for me: camel and black is one of my all-time favourite colour combinations (second only to green and … well, MORE green), and I always think it works particularly well at this time of year.
Luckily, on this particular occasion, although it was cool enough for the jacket, it’s still warm enough for pumps: the real challenge for me, sartorially speaking, comes when boot season finally rolls around, and every single outfit has to be built around a pair of thick tights and/or winter boots: I’m NOT looking forward to that at all, but what can you do, people. Winter is coming, after all – winter is most definitely coming…
Zara biker jacket
Zara shoes (Love these ones – on sale, too!)
525 America sweater*
Kate Spade bag*[separator type=”thin”]