Happy wednesday! Only two more days to the weekend. This week has gone extremely slowly I feel like, plus I know the weekend will happen as quick as a wink.
Recently I have been getting my autumn/winter clothes for this year and I realised I REALLY love sweaters. They are just such a great piece for this time of year. I thought I would show you all the sweaters I own to give you some style inspiration. Not all of them are from this season, but my autumn/winter lookbook will only include clothes still avaliable to buy. I just need someone to help me take photos for the lookbook (*cough* ellie millie helena *cough*) . Lets get started.
My hollister jumpers:
I didn't really know how to catagorise these jumpers so I went with quite an unoriginal name haha. I got these jumpers a couple of years ago (the white one is slighlty more recent) but these kind of things are always in stock. I wear them with leggings, boots and accesories. I think they suit a 'lazy day' outfit.
I really do apologise for the shocking photo quality, I wanted a post up tonight so I had to work with what I had (and the only seeable floor space in my room) . These do not get much wear really, but the blue one is from Primark and the pink from hollister. They both look a bit worse for wear but I love both the colours on me, they seem to work well.
Currently these two are my favourite. The black one says 'nothing to wear' and more so than the whole printed idea, I LOVE the cut. It is slightly cropped and has a boxy feel to it. I got it last year in the sale at Zara. The 'full time fashion blogger' jumper is current, it is £25 from River island. It is pretty big on me because the only size left closest to mine was Small-Medium. I love how soft this one is, and the caption is just perfect. River Island Sweaters are great at the moment, I would suggest checking them out.
The grey sweater is current and £20 from boohoo. I think it would look great with jeans, or a skater skirt and tights. Both of these are more for winter as they are very thick. I love the fact the grey sweater has heart patches on the elbows, I think it is so cute. The patterened sweater was from last year and I got it in Debenhams from the brand Henry Holland. I really love the print, though I realise not everyone will. The colours come up more pink on camera, but it is more of a burgendy so it suits autumn quite nicely. I wore this to death last year.
That is all the sweaters I have to share with you, which was your favourite? I am sorry they are not all avaliable to buy right now but I thought maybe you would get some inspiration from them.