This is the final post in my autumn winter 2014 catwalks series, which means I can tell you about the upcoming fashions for this season one last time. After so many designers presented their autumn winter collections, I picked a final three to share with you, helping you see what is in fashion. This time I went for Saint Laurent, Maxime Simoens and Dior, all of which came up with completely different collections this year.

Saint Laurent:

Hedi Slimane has stuck with what she does best this season, which means everything is quite elaborate and tasteful, yet at the same time wearable. One of the most seen outfits on the catwalk was a t-shirt style dress that was paired with a trench coat (often tweet or Prince of Wales check) and black tights. Everything was quite simplistic, except the dress was a feature in it's silky, metallic, patterned glory. Shoes ranged from one extreme to the other, the more basic ones being knee-high black patent boots, whereas the flashy ones were bright pink, glittery heels that were ankle high. We also got a glimpse of a beaded 60's mini dress, which was quite understated due to part of the a-line being obscured beneath peacoats and capes, something that was probably deliberate. 


Maxime Simoens:

Maxime's production was based on space, with music from the film Gravity playing and LED's flashing before the show started to create the atmosphere. All of the clothes had a particular connection to space, for example the Chanel-shape jacket had a pearlescent beading that was supposed to resemble constellations. We saw fur-hemmed shift dresses with huge sleeves that was supposed to symbolise space-suits, intricate trousers that were cut tight and flowing, floor length capes with a zigzag pattern. All of the colours were monochrome but that was to give the effect of the endless amount of unknown in space. Knee boots were often worn in black or white and had silver Apollo-rocket heels.



Dior:

This season, Dior have went for some very bold and vibrant colours, going against the stereotype that only darker colours should be work in autumn and winter. We saw the New Look Bar jacket from 1947, which us now more of a blazer worn with matching suit pants. It's sometimes extended to a waist-coat dress or even below the knee, worn with glacé leather gloves. There was a wide range of sleeveless cashmere shift dresses, all of which were loose fitted and had jewelled fastenings. Some of the dresses looked like they were even two different dresses, sometimes in contrasting colours, layered on top of each other. Colours were paired together that would usually seem absurd, yet Raf Simons managed to make them look beautiful. There was pale pinks, daffodil yellow, fuchsia, emerald, cornflower blue, red and so many more colours that looked stunning on the catwalk. A lot of the outfits were oversized and the dresses and skirts had endless amounts of ruffles and pleats in them, which added to the extravagant outfits.



So my final catwalk fashion post is over, but I really enjoyed writing it for you. All of the others have received great feedback, so I might do one for spring and summer 2015, I guess we'll have to wait and see. Thanks for reading and leave a comment down below if you'd like more of these posts in the future.

Love from Daisy x
It's no secret that I'm a bit of a bookworm and love reading whenever I get the chance. Today I thought I'd recommended some books for you guys to read. I've done one of these posts before and it received positive feedback and quite a few requests for more books, so I'm fulfilling your wishes. The books below are some of my favourites at the moment and I think you'd all like them as well.


Divergent by Veronica Roth

Set in a dystopian world where society is divided into five factions, each one representing a different characteristic, teenagers have to decide if they want to stay in their own faction or move to another. Once this choice is made, they either stay there or become factionless. Tris, after finding out that she is Divergent, makes a choice that surprises everyone. After going through her initiation of physical and psychological tests, she knows that she is unique and doesn't fit in with anyone else. As conflict threatens to destroy the perfect society she lives in, her secret will either help save the people she loves or destroy her.

Divergent is a really enjoyable book that I couldn't put down for the two days that I read it. We meet some interesting characters such as Tris, Four, Uriah and many more, all of which are unique and have their own ambitions. This book is unlike any I've read before, due to Veronica Roth creating a new world, government and human species that is unlike our own. Overall, this book was really good and I think many people would like this, especially fans of The Hunger Games and The Maze Runner.


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The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Charlie is a freshman, and while he's not the biggest geek in school, he is by no means popular. Shy, introspective and intelligent beyond his years yet socially awkward, he is a wallflower, caught between trying to live his life and running from it. He is attempting to navigate his way through the uncharted territory of first dates and mix tapes, family dramas and new friends, the world of love, drugs and the Rocky Horror picture show. All he needs is that perfect song on that perfect drive to feel infinite.

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is actually one of my favourite books, despite it not being a science fiction, fantasy or dystopian novel, which is what I usually go for. It's a coming-of-age epistolary novel, meaning it is written in the form of letters. All of the characters and perfect in their own sense and so many topics are covered. We gain a full understanding of Charlie, his eccentric family, traumatic childhood and his older yet loyal friends. This book is definitely more mature so I'd only recommend it for older teenagers, but it is still amazing and I enjoyed every bit of it. I can't give this book enough praise.


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Freaks by Lisa M Forrester

Abigail always knew that she was different, yet she just couldn't figure out how. That was until her 16th birthday, when her parents revealed the secret regarding her astounding looks, superior intelligence and her ability to never get sick or hurt. She was an Allelobrid, one of five children born as a result of their parents illegal science experiment in genetic engineering. Their aim was to create a perfect human. When out searching for the fifth and final of her kind, Abigail finds love, danger and an organisation that is after her for experiments. When lives are at risk and freedom is threatened, is being perfect enough to survive?

This book was new to my library not long ago and I'd never heard of it, yet after reading the blurb I knew I'd love it. I'm really into science fiction books about genetic engineering and things like that, so this book was perfect. I love the format of Lisa's writing and how she describes events, it's really original and it's like you're really there. Her writing was quite formal and I loved the creative language used throughout the story. There was some huge plot-twists, a budding romance and a cliffhanger that now has me anticipating the release of the next book!


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The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

The nation of Panem, formed from a post-apocalyptic North America, consists of a wealthy Capitol region surrounded by 12 poorer districts. Every year, a televised event called the Hunger Games takes place, where two tributes from each district are picked to take part and fight for food, shelter and ultimately survival. Only one person will be victorious, returning home with increased food and money, but the other tributes won't survive. After Katniss's younger sister, Prim, is selected as one of District 12's representatives, Katniss takes her place, alongside Peeta. They have to do what they can to survive, even when the odds aren't in their favour.

The Hunger Games has been a really popular book for quite some time now, probably due to the release of the films, but I actually didn't get around to reading it until a few months ago. It's quite an easy book in terms of vocabulary, but it certainly makes up for it in action and a detailed plot. Suzanne has created this entire world which is both beautiful and harsh. She has a great use of first person narrative, used to create foreshadowing and cliffhangers. All of the characters are realistic and well-outlined, forming a great book which I'd definitely recommend.


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Finding Sky by Joss Stirling

Sky moves to a new school in America, filled with ordinary people and teachers, except Zed. He isn't like everyone else; he talks to her with his thoughts and reads her mind. When she finds out about a hidden part of our world and discovers what a savant is, Sky realises how different her life could be after making just one small decision. The shadows of her dark past haunt her, but a new evil is also threatening her future. Sky must go on a battle to save those who she loves, discovering her childhood and revealing her past along the way.

I honestly wasn't expecting much from this book, as I thought it'd be an average contemporary, but I truly was wrong. With elements of fantasy and science-fiction, this book was really interesting and I honestly couldn't put it down. I love how Joss writes and her unique descriptions, especially of characters and past events. She's also great at adding mysteries and using dramatic irony, two features that made the story even more enjoyable. The plot was never lacking and there was always something going on, right up until the last page. This book will make you want to laugh, cry and ultimately fall in love with the story.


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I hope this post has enlightened you and maybe you'll try one of the books I've listed! I really enjoyed reading all of them and I think you will too, especially if you are a teenager like I am. There are plenty more novels I could recommend, so if you'd like some more posts like this then let me know down in the comments. Also, if you know any young adult books that you think I might like, don't hesitate to tell me! Thanks for reading.

Love from Daisy x
It's been a long time since I uploaded an interview with another blogger. Today, I am joined with Katie from Fancy Dress Invite, which I have to say is one of my favourite blog posts which I read religiously. If you haven't checked her blog out already, you can find it here. Here is what she had to say about beauty and makeup, I hope you enjoy this little insight.


1) How long have you been blogging for and why did you choose to start a blog?

I have been blogging since around October 2013 but didn't start writing posts on a schedule until around March. I wanted to start a blog as I had a huge interest in fashion at the time and wanted a blog to post outfits of the day and hope to make people feel inspired by my personal style. Gradually over time I began to gain more of an interest in the beauty blogs I was reading as beauty blogging really hit the spotlight in 2013, so I decided to give that a go and now make up and beauty blogging is one of my favourite hobbies!


2) Have you always liked fashion and beauty or is that something that started when you made your blog?

Well, when I was a lot younger and in primary school I used to be a bit of a tomboy and loved watching football and running around in awful baggy trousers. I went through a lot of fazes as a young teenager, I'd say my interest in beauty began whenever I went through a weird 'emo phase' as my friends call it and wanted to perfect my eyeliner skills. Sadly, I always just looked like a panda, but I'm over that now! My interest in beauty really hit whenever I started researching and watching youtube channels of professional make up artists e.g Pixiwoo, Tanya Burr, Charlotte Tilbury and Lisa Eldridge. I've been watching and learning from vidoes and tutorials for over a year now and I am almost certain make up artistry is a career I want to go into.

3) What products or items can't you live without and use on a regular basis?

As my skin is awfully oily and just generally hit with 'teenager syndrome' and blemished, I love the Body Shop's Tea Tree range, especially their cleanser. I also couldn't live without my Bare Minerals foundation as mineral make up works incredibly well on my ever so oily skin and gives such an amazing 'no make up, make up' look.

4) Are there any products you're hoping to try out?

I really want to try the Illamasqua Skin Base foundation as I will have a school formal coming up (basically a prom) and the one thing I'm most excited about is doing my make up! But, I will need to save up some money so I can buy a good full coverage foundation that won't flashback in photos and I heard this one is pretty good. I also want to try some Sleek products as everyone says they're amazing quality for drugstore.

5) What posts do you enjoy writing and have the most fun with?

I absolutely love putting together my 'Monthly Playlist' segment which I do at the end of each month with my favourite songs of that time and 'artist to look out for. I also love doing 'what's on my face' posts or talking about the products I use on a daily basis.

6) Do you have any exciting blog related things coming up soon?

Not particularly sadly, my schedules been very off recently due to life circumstances, e.g getting my GCSE results, starting sixth form etc. Since I'm beginning a levels I think my posts will be slightly limited, but a lot better in quality. Watch this space!

I just want to say thank you very much for doing this interview with me Katie. I love collaborating with other bloggers and I think interviews are a great way of doing so as you get to find out more about them. Thanks for reading and I'll see you soon!

Love from Daisy x
Autumn is almost upon us, meaning it's time for me to share some of the latest autumn and winter fashions, as seen on the catwalks. Today, I'll be analysing 3 more designers and telling you about their collections and what clothes they think will be in fashion. The previous catwalk fashion posts received great feedback, so I hope you like this one just as much as the others!

Givenchy:

In the past, Riccardo Tisci has explored some bold trends, such as tribalism and ethnographic motives, but for this season, he's decided to revert back to the original Givenchy and tone it down a notch, except for the two red squares that each model was wearing at her temples. Some of the looks were actually quite conventional compared to previous lines, which was obviously a shock in the fashion world. A number of the dresses were semi-sheer and paired with belts and tights, all of which looked sophisticated and put-together. Givenchy displayed an array of different animal prints that were either distorted or magnified in some way, such as butterfly, leopard, snake and many others. We saw a few of the dresses had a detailed top half that was shaped at the shoulder like a vest, yet the skirts were long and a sheer black.




Céline:

When launching her autumn winter line, we discovered that Phoebe Philo returned to her usual theme of keeping everything fairly plain and simple, after her brief foray into sheer skirts and wavy patterns. We saw lots of coats during the catwalk, some of which were really slender and fitted at the top but had a flared lower half, yet the others were cocoon coats with raglan sleeves and tend to slide off the shoulders. For these, a lot of the colours were black and white, with maybe the occasional pop of colour. There was a lot of tweed knits that were stretchy and reached the hip, which were paired with wool skirts or wide trousers. Also, there was a few garments which contained basic patterns such as checks, which added a bit of interest to an otherwise bland outfit. All of the models wore wedge sandals with their outfits that were in dark colours such as crimson, olive green, brown and black.




Vivienne Westwood:

One of the most noticeable thing about the Vivienne Westwood show is that she sent some of her models wearing extravagant wigs, until she herself entered at the finale wig-less. Quite a few of the looks accentuated the long slender legs of the models with printed leggings and platform heels topped with a pom-pom. Amongst these was grand dresses that had endless ripples, pleats and folds. However, they weren't elegant and classic as you may think, many of them involved loud animal prints, vibrant patterns and eccentric designs, making them boisterous and almost intimidating. In fact, Vivienne said herself that you have to be brave to wear them. Most of the items shows were inspired by the designs of Charles Frederick Worth, 19th century couturier. 



I hope you enjoyed seeing some more fashions straight from the catwalk. There will be one more of these posts next Sunday, so make sure you don't miss the final instalment of the series!

Love from Daisy x 

Hello everyone. I was recently nominated for the Liebster Award, which came as a huge surprise with me. I was nominated by Filipa de Curveira, whose blog I absolutely love! You can find it here. Anyway, on with the post!

The idea behind this award is to give smaller blogs an opportunity to be recognised in the community and allow them to share more about themselves. It's a great way for your blog to gain popularity and also for you to meet other bloggers. 

The questions that Filipa asked me are:

1. What do you love most about blogging?
Wow, that's such a hard question since I love a lot of things about blogging. However, I think one thing that really stands out for me is your feedback. I love receiving positive comments, emails and when people say they like my posts, as I work really hard on them. This always motivates me to keep writing and I love you all for being so nice and supportive.

2. What do you consider the worst fashion no-no?
I don't know whether it's just me or if other people share my opinion but I don't like it when people have a whole outfit that consists of the same pattern/material. Like when people wear a denim jacket and jeans or a leather top and skirt. I just think it makes them stand out less and they often don't look right together.

3. What Disney character would you be?
If I was a Disney character, I'd love to be Alice Liddell from Alice in Wonderland. I played her in a show last year and absolutely fell in love with the character. She's a young girl and has the same colour eyes and hair as me. She's adventurous and polite, yet can also be quite shy at times. I love how she's sincere and honest with everyone she meets and is determined to get home again.

4. Favourite time of the day and why?
I love the really early morning just as the sun is coming out and the birds start to sing. I always feel really refreshed at this time of day and I love to watch the sun rise of a morning. When it's winter, I also love to wake up early and curl up in bed with a good book.

5. Salty or sweet?
Sweet! I'm a huge chocoholic, I love sweets and candyfloss and I really like sweet fruits like berries. I know most of it is really unhealthy but it's very addictive. I never add salt to my food and I don't eat a lot of it.

6. If your life had a soundtrack, what songs would be on it?
I can't think of a whole list of songs, but one that would definitely be featured is Heart of Stone by Iko. I discovered this song a few years ago but I listen to it all the time. It has helped me through a lot and it never fails to reduce me to tears, yet has also made me stronger.

7. What's the one thing you can never leave the house without?
I know this is a typical teenage answer but I couldn't leave my house without my phone. If I was ever to be in an emergency or needed to contact someone, I'd be lost without my phone. I also have a bit of an addiction to Twitter and the app 2048.

8. What's your must have for Autumn/Winter?
I couldn't pick just one item that is essential for this autumn and winter, but if you'd like to know a few that are in fashion right now and I recommend, I wrote a whole blog post about it, which you guys can see here.

9. If you had one wish what would you wish for?
I'm one of those people who believes that if you tell someone your wish, it won't come true, so I'm afraid I can't say. However, I will tell you that every time I get an eyelash or see a shooting star, I wish for the same thing, which is something to do with my family.

10. What's your life goal?
My life goal is to discover who I truly am and to be a person that I want to be and I'm proud of. I want to do things that make me smile and benefit all of the people around me, whether they're big or small acts of kindness.

I now have to nominate ten people who I think have amazing content and who are genuinely sweet. This for me was hard, as I didn't want to leave anyone out, so I'm really sorry if you're not on the list! The people I nominate for a Liebster award are:

2. Kathryn from agirlbloggingabout.blogspot.co.uk
3. Lauren from thebeaubow.blogspot.co.uk
4. Amber from ambloglife.blogspot.co.uk
5. Katie from fancydressinvite.blogspot.co.uk
6. Jilly from mynameisjilly.blogspot.co.uk

10. Hayley from teapartybeauty.com



My questions for these people are:

1. Where is your favourite place in the world and why?
2. If you had to change your name, what would you change it to and why?
3. Do you prefer Disney or Pixar movies?
4. What is your favourite childhood memory?
5. What is your pet peeve? 
6. Do you have any party tricks or hidden talents?
7. If you weren't a beauty or fashion blog, what would your blog be about?
8. Do you believe in life after death?
9. What is one staple item in your wardrobe for this season?
10. What are your thoughts on the concept of infinity?

If you have been nominated, the rules are:

• You must link the person who nominated you in your post (and make sure you say thank you!)
• You must answer all of the questions
• You must come up with ten questions of your own
• You must tag 10 other blogs that you genuinely like and enjoy reading
• You must inform nominees that they have been nominated

I hope you enjoyed this unexpected post and thank you so much to everyone who reads and supports my blog. I haven't been writing for that long but I already have a collection of loyal readers who mean the world to me. You know who you are, so thank you very much.

Love from Daisy x
Quite some time ago now, I went shopping with best friend and I bought this item, along with a Maybelline Colour Tattoo and Maybelline's Great Lash mascara (blog post about that is here). So many people read it, in fact it's my most popular post as of now, and I was asked to do reviews for each of the products (here and here). However, I never got round to doing a review of the lip crayon due to my hiatus while I had end of year exams and then was on holiday. Since I'm back to blogging, I thought I'd give you this long overdue post!



I bought the Models Own Lip Crayon, or lip-stix as they're called by the brand, in the colour beauty blush. It's a lovely natural pink colour that's quite vivid and bold, yet can also be blended to look more subtle. The pigmentation is amazing considering it's a crayon, as I expected it to be quite weak.

Before you apply the lip crayon, I would recommend scrubbing your lips just like you would with any other lip product, just because it tends to cling to the dry flakes on your lips. When you apply it, it doesn't look stiff or harsh on my lips, as it does have a bit of moisture to it. The texture is really smooth and in between completely matte and creamy. The smell is perfumed, but I can't quite put my finger on what it is.

When I wear this lip crayon, I tend to apply a bit and blend it with my finger, building it up that way. I feel that it looks better on me than having a harsh colour on my lips, but that's just personal preference. I also put a lipgloss over the top just to ensure that it lasts a bit longer and my lips don't feel too dry and hard.

Overall, this lip crayon is such a lovely product, despite not being overly enthused when I first bought it. It has the right amount of pigmentation, and is very versatile in that you can wear it in so many different ways. I'm actually tempted to buy some of the other colours, but I guess we'll have to wait and see!

Love from Daisy x
It's Sunday again, so that means it's time to recap the latest fashions, as seen on the catwalks. After presenting their new lines for autumn and winter, we can finally start wearing some of these beautiful garments as the weather is getting colder. Last time we looked at Dolce and Gabanna, Valentino and Chanel, so keep reading to see the fashions from 3 more designers!

Stella McCartney:

Stella's autumn and winter collection was really successful this year, so much so that even Rihanna decided to turn up to congratulate her. All of her clothes were really formal, sticking to royal colours such as black, navy blue and dark greens. Lots of them also included collars and trouser suits, everything being really put together. Zips formed the main detailing, set out in rows on a peacoat mini dress or flowing like jewellery, made to look like flowers. We then saw another side of the line, which was heavily focused on knitwear. We had knitted, flecked skirts, jumpers and bags. There was also quite a few mini dresses with panels missing just above the hip, and decorated with damask panels.




Louis Vuitton:

The items from the Louis Vuitton collection this autumn and winter all had one particular thing in common, they were heavily based on the 60's. It was a very large collection featuring items that could all be worn as separates. They were inspired by clothing on the Parisian streets, circa 1968. We saw a-line skirts that were above the knee, high waisted garments, black leather coats, yokes with geometric prints and lots of Chelsea boots. All of the outfits had a lot of black, brown and white, with splashes of other colours to create a more modern take on the 60's. There was quite a few skirts made from textured leather with wool waistbands and lots of thick black belts and polo necks. There was some pairings that were bizarre yet complimented each other, such as tweet hacking jackets or knitted tank tops being paired with high waisted leggings. It sounds a bit risqué, but that was what fashion was like on the streets of Paris.




Chloé:

Chloé often consists of loud statement pieces that tie together softer, more feminine outfits. This definitely proved true when they revealed their autumn and winter line. On of the things we saw was a huge beige padded overcoat that featured lots of different vibrant colours. Chloé also broadcast a number of different coats and over garments, some of which were very bold and garish, others were gentle and looked very elegant. We saw a lot of dresses that came to below the knee, such as a navy blue floaty dress that had signature gold buttons around the neck and down the arms, which was very flattering. The dresses varied from having irregular hems and floaty material to cut dresses with less shape. For this autumn and winter, they focused on finding fabrics with lots of different textures and endless combinations of colour and patterns.



So these are just a few of the many catwalks that have taken place to launch the current autumn and winter clothing lines. I'll see you again next Sunday for another one of these posts, where you'll find out more about 3 other designers. I hope you liked this post!

Love from Daisy x
It feels like ages since I've discussed my skincare routine, probably because the last time I did was in one of my first posts! Since then, I've tried out quite a few new products and stuck with some old favourites to try and find a routine that fits me.Today I thought I'd share with you what products I currently use. This will probably change a lot in the future, but right now this is what fits me.



To remove my eye makeup, I use the Simple Kind To Eyes Eye Makeup Remover, which has been a favourite of mine for quite some time now. It has no oils, perfumes or colours meaning it isn't greasy and doesn't upset my skin or cause breakouts. I find this works really well and is able to quickly remove all of my eye makeup, including waterproof mascara. It's such a great product that you can't go wrong with.

Next I use Garnier's Micellar Cleansing Water, which I've only had for a few weeks now. I'd heard nothing but great reviews about it and was delighted when my mum picked one up. I have to say it lives up to it's reputation. It isn't harsh or too strong like a lot of other cleansers yet it works really well. You can also use it on your eyes and lips, which is a bonus. After using this, my skin always feels refreshed and clean.

Moisturising is actually the product that I'm least happy about in this routine. I recently discovered that I have combination skin, meaning my face is really oily, except my cheeks and around my nose. The T-Zone Moisturiser I have is quite greasy, so I only apply it to the problematic areas. I don't like buying new items until I've used up my current ones, but if you have any recommendations then I'd be happy to hear them!

The last step in my skincare routine is spot cream. I haven't changed this in a while, as it's the only one that works well for me. My Quinoderm spot cream has 10% benzoyl peroxide, the strongest they make it. This was prescribed to me and it has drastically improved my spots, even though they're still quite bad. I love this as it's really strong and has been a saviour for me in the past, unlike weaker drugstore spot creams.

Of course this skincare routine isn't set in stone and I can change bits of it if I want to. If you guys have any recommendations or products that you can't live without, leave them down in the comments and I'll possibly try them. Thanks for reading and I'll see you tomorrow for another Autumn Winter Catwalks post.

Love from Daisy x
New fashions are coming out for this autumn and I'm pretty sure we're all desperate to have a whole new wardrobe to see us through the next few months. It may seem easy to purchase new things, but there are so many things in the shops that we never know what's hot and what's not. I've put together this list of a few things that are necessary this autumn and you should definitely buy if you get the chance.



Metallic Shoes

I will admit, these are probably a bit too daring for me, but I love the concept of them. These shoes have been spotted on multiple models and style icons over the past few months, so it's safe to say they're in fashion right now. Paired with jeans and a regular tee, these can easily jazz up a basic outfit, or you could pair it with a fancy dress to make it more casual. Either way, these shoes are really versatile and look really expensive. I managed to find this pair from Asos for only £20.


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Printed Knit Mini Skirts

As soon as September begins, we all look for excuses to hit the shops and stock up on our cosy autumn items. This year, knitted mini skirts are back but they've brought with them some bold, adventurous patterns. We've seen similar in previous years, but the contrasting colours and garish patterns are really in right now. If you don't fancy DIY'ing one of your old knitted skirts, H&M do a lovely Jacquard-knit skirt that is £29.99, great value considering the good quality of this product.



Tye-Dye Beanies

Everyone needs a hat in autumn as the wind is really crisp and bites your ears. This year, we've been seeing a lot of tye-dye beanies in dark, grunge colours. These are going to be a statement item in the upcoming season so make sure you have one of these before it's too late. There are some high-end alternatives, but this one from Huf is great at £23.87.


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Faux Fur Clutches

If you're looking for something bold and over the top to tie your outfit together, then this is definitely what you need. We often wear fur coats in the winter, but now these bags are making their way into the fashion world. In a variety of vibrant colours, they're really eye-catching. They may be intimidating to use at first but they add a pop of colour to a usually drab autumn outfit filled with monochrome colours. These can be picked up at Zara for £19.99 which I think isn't bad.


Flannel Shirts

An item that we quite often see in the autumn is flannel shirts, which is great as we don't have to go out and buy new ones. Well lucky us because they're back in again this season. The only difference is there are so many more acceptable ways of styling them now, rather than just as a shirt. Over a tee or vest, under a chunky sweater or tied around your waist are just a few of the possibilities. Topshop have got in some great oversized plaid shirts for only £30, which are both comfy and chic.



I hope you liked this insight into the upcoming trends and you now know what to buy on your next outing. Thanks for reading and I'll see you in a few days for my next post.

Love from Daisy x