1. THE BOOT
Big Beige Boots.
I'm already 6'2 in height so when I put these boots on I'm basically a Giraffe. I love Giraffes. These chunky boots are perfect for autumn-winter. I found some Versace ones I loved, priced at £800, then found a cheaper alternative on sale at ASOS for £30.
2. CHECK SHIRTS
Since lockdown, I have been spending a lot more time in fields pretending I'm a farmer to pass the time. Its for this reason I'm currently going through an oversized check shirt obsession.
TOP TIP: If using the shirt as an overshirt/jacket keep things simple underneath, e.g. plain colours such as a white vest or tee.
3. CLASSIC DENIM
Going back to the originals.
The Topman Super Skinny jeans phase is over for me. I'm opting for a looser fitted, more relaxed style.
Vibing with the 90's classic fit and the 70's bold statements, depending on my mood. Either way, both have a classic vintage feel, with a no-frills touch of coolness.
Favourite Denim brands: Calvin Klein, and of course Levi's.
4. COLOUR PALETTE
The beige colours of summer are spilling over into winter, but one common colour that's been popping up on the runways recently is RED.
Personally, I love a colour pop of red mixed with a muddy grey.
KEY COLOURS FOR ME: BLONDE, CAMEL, LIGHT GREYS, BROWNS & BLACKS.
5. CORDS CONTINUE
I'm happy to see Corduroy return from last winter.
It's cosy, warm, and has a certain nostalgic feel for me. I always remember when I was five or six, living in the lake district, winter would mean I was dressed in thick corded clothing.
For me, the best way to where cords is to co-ord. Matching trousers with a shirt or jacket.