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My favourite time of year is here, Autumn! Orange leaves and gorgeous autumnal clothing gets me all happy and excited. I find myself more into fashion around this time of year as I much prefer covering up and layering, apposed to baring lots of flesh in shorts and bikinis. Having a little Sunday mooch around town is something I love doing. Grabbing a coffee, a touch of shopping, and the obligatory outfit shot where I try to make my boyfriend a professional photographer (he is totally getting better every time!). 


Deets are as follows: Glasses ~ Moschino at Specsavers, Jumper ~ Whistles last year,  Jeans ~ Topshop, Bag ~ TKMaxx, Trainers ~ Nike junior


My Sunday was chilled, filled with beautiful weather, a picnic on the beach for dinner and my first jumper day, so today was a pretty flippin good day. 

Hope your weekend was as good as what mine was peeps.

xoxo

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  1. You look so nice, great autumnal style! Jumper and jeans are perfect :)

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    1. Thanks so much! Love the jeans and can't stop wearing them! xo

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  2. So cute! I love the jumper!

    corrie | corriearnold.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, me too! It's been in my wardrobe for so long so I'm so happy to be able to wear it xo

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  3. I love the fact Autumn is finally here! It's my absolute favourite season!! I am seriously loving your jumper! The fact that the sleeves are slightly flared is such a nice change to the normal jumper :D

    Isobel x

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    1. Flared sleeves are something I'm a tad addicted with right now. Always on the hunt! xo

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