Boho Autumn Style

autumn boho fashion
With the closure of the Magnum store this Sunday, summer officially comes to end. I can’t believe how dry and sunny the weather has been here in London with a warm, crystal clear air. Autumn is here and it’s going to be nicer than the non-existent British summer.

When I say autumn, I can’t deny how excited I am for days to come that require cosy knitwear and layers. Like last year, ponchos and blanket wraps will be my go-to fashion item in 2015 and I had the chance to wear it already. Though my woolly capes have to wait until chilly October, I used this very light version from George at ASDA* for today’s ootd.

My look features a crisp white blouse from Uniqlo which has a very casual shape and flattering fit. The lace detail applies a laidback boho-touch which I picked up with my 100% wool fedora and blanket wrap.

The cream-coloured wrap has a very light fabric which you can ideally use for the time now when it’s still warm but chilly later on. The pattern has Boho written all over and I simply adore this style at the moment. I love that the piece is long enough to fully wrap itself around you and its shape and form is so casual that you literally just throw it over and you look all styled and ready to hit town.

Blanket wrap George at ASDA
Autumn boho style
OOTD Autumn Fashion

Why does the outfit work? 

I used a basic monochrome combination with the white blouse and black jeans and then worked my way around my outfit. Fedora, jewellery and pattern of the cape pick up the boho-style and also complement themselves. 

The black fedora works with the jeans, my ankle boots and the belt. White as a blocker colour (colours that go with any other colour) goes with anything and my jewellery is mainly golden. Just a little hint of white complements the cream coloured wrap and even if I take it off, the outfit works with the other components.

This look makes me feel comfortable and confident as it is classy with some eye-catching pieces. It is not too much in to your face for my taste and it is stylish and wearable. Sometimes when I open the fashion magazines I see combinations and street styles which I feel are too much and massively over the top. I know some people interpret fashion as art which I do get and respect but to me, fashion has to be wearable.

Karma Jewellery
Primark 100% wool fedora autumn look
Schlossberg Luckau Germany

My bracelets are from Karma, a Belfast-based company that design jewellery with a meaning. The brand takes its inspiration from world travels, fashion, culture and spirituality, all values that are incorporated in every piece of the collection. 

The idea behind the jewellery is 'to uplift and inspire the wearer, through symbols that emphasise your unique inner values'. Each bracelet comes with a lucky charm, Karma's logo and a coin, which represents your inner values. If you'd like to find out more about my bracelets, please have a look at my January jewellery post

Autumn Fashion OOTD
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Karma jewellery
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Here's What I'm Wearing:

White Blouse: Uniqlo (current season, in the sale £9)
Black Jeans: Uniqlo (current season, £29.00)
Ankle Boots: Jones Bootmaker (AW13/14, £99)
Blanket Wrap*: George at ASDA (current 2015, £12)
Bracelets*: Karma (current season, £18.99 each)
Pendant Necklace: Accessorize (season 2014, £8, sale £5)
Buckle Belt: Stradivarius (current 2015, £6)
100% wool Fedora: Primark (current 2015, £8)

I've got a similar transitional look featuring a reversible poncho outfit published on StyleLingua for more inspiration!

Thanks for reading, 

Till next time,

*PR sample

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