9 October 2014

Autumn 2014 Pastel Fashion

FashionFake, fashion blog, UK fashion blogger
FashionFake, fashion blog, UK fashion blogger
FashionFake, fashion blog, UK fashion blogger
FashionFake, fashion blog, UK fashion blogger
FashionFake, fashion blog, UK fashion blogger
what i'm wearing: Primark coat // Zara knitwear // Urban Outfitters dress // Topshop shoes // River Island Bag // Primark sunglasses 

I am currently battling through sorting out the last room in our new house which is the spare room, and in doing so I am rediscovering some old clothes I have which I love and cannot bear to give away. One of them is this cute dress which I am wearing under a light sweater, because Autumn is clearly here. I love the collar on this dress which looks great peeking out from under jumpers and how light the skirt is - it balanced perfectly with the heavier fabrics worn in the colder months. I've given this dress an A/W 14 update with my new season coat and a statement bag - hooray for feathers! The one thing I'm not too keen on are the black tights, I think sheer would look tons better with the soft, pastel colours.

I've had a few comments where you guys are loving the background of my outfit posts and that has also had a little makeover! Meet The Chicken, who is now the centerpiece for the trolley and lives next to the egg box!



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  1. I love pastel colours in the autumn xx

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    1. Me too! Gives me a nice break from the olives, browns and beiges! xo

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  2. Hahaha, the new chicken addition is super cute, but that egg box totally won me over! :D I want one so badly now! *_*
    Adore the outfit here, you are such an inspiration for me! Love the flowy dress!

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    1. I still don't know what to name the new chicken! Haha but I do love the egg box too, it's super cute! Thanks lovely, I'm loving your style! Especially the velvet dress you recently blogged about :) xo

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