2 October 2015

Autumn 2015 Lookbook: Lady of the Manor

Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
Boho lookbook, FashionFake, Autumn lookbook, how to wear a maxi dress, fashion bloggers
what i'm wearing: maxi dress* Stylistpick // faux fur stole New Look // hat found in vintage store (similar here)

Boho is a trend which is everywhere this season - from Mango to Primark to Topshop, the highstreet has taken inspiration from the catwalks in the likes of Valentino and incorporated Paisley, maxi and faux fur gillets into their look books.
I love boho, I think the trend looks great any time of the year and it's so different in A/W than in S/S - it's all about colours which match Autumn leaves, mixing fabrics and layering. But what I love is how easy it is to combine boho with another key trend for A/W 15 - seventies style.

To me, boho and seventies go hand in hand with flowing maxi dresses, mixed prints and free spirited minds. In this look I combined two of these key trends to create a retro look which to me screams Autumn.
I love maxi dresses as they're so easy to wear - it's all in the accessories. I kept it simple with accessories that really pack a punch: a statement faux fur piece and a touch of vintage with my hat. The pussybow detail of the dress is a nice seventies touch and it helps eliminate the need for any jewellery around your neck, or statement earrings.

This is my ideal look for Autumn weekends, spending time with friends in eateries and coffee shops, chatting about life.
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