As another Fashion Month came to a close, I'm feeling a sense of relief. Not that I got too stressed about it in the first place. This was actually the first London Fashion Week I enjoyed. And it wasn't because I got invited to many shows. In fact, I didn't. In my case, you don't really get invited to shows.
When the colder months are upon us and everything suddenly turns grey, including our wardrobes, a pop of colour is like a breath of fresh air. From eye-catching statement shoes in bold red to jumpers and jackets in mustard, this season is all about standing out from the crowd.
With nearly three quarters of this year under way and Halloween, Christmas and NYE fast approaching, I decided it's time to sit down and make a plan for the remaining months of 2017. That way I can make the most out of the end of what has been a rollercoaster year. And yes, you read that correctly. Christmas is on its way but don't panic just yet.
These early days of autumn are some of the most unpredictable when it comes to the weather forecast. It's all too common to have a beautiful sunny day and then heavy rainfall the next. Sometimes the two even happen in the same day and if you're not lucky at all within the space of an hour. That's when planning your outfits becomes a daunting task. To be able to make the right sartorial choices when it comes to mastering the transitional wardrobe, it's important to have an arsenal of items in your closet that layer easily.
When I was still at the early stages of my blush pink obsession, I never thought this will become a permanent condition. Looking at how bad it is now, I think I'll never be able to see the world in any other colour ever again. I'm currently making a list of items I need to get for my room and it looks like this: