Autumn has landed and it’s time to start swapping sandals for boots and t-shirts for cosy sweaters. It’s a bittersweet time of year for many – the turn of the weather means blankets, cups of cocoa and snuggling up with that book you’ve been meaning to read or watching a film with your favourite person. Alas, it also means saying farewell to the warm summer months and the knowledge that we won’t see beach weather again anytime soon. The best thing about autumn though by far is the fashion, and there are some absolutely fantastic options this year to look your best through the cooler months ahead.
This year seems to be playing host to a number of interesting trends from plaid boyfriend style tops to tinsel-covered dresses ideal for the upcoming party season. Another interesting hot pick this autumn seems to be body-warmers/vests worn with long sleeved tops and paired with sexy boots, which is ideal for those cooler days before winter starts to set in full throttle. Speaking of boots – you literally have your pick this season from ankle boots all the way up to the knee highs which seem to be making a bigger comeback this year than previous years that saw the ankle heights being the go to fashion stop, but who are we kidding – knee highs have always been fashionable!
Boots for All Seasons and Reasons
This year with the huge number of boots available it stands to reason that they will be making a huge splash on the fashion stage, as in many recent years. There are huge varieties of boots out there these days, all with their own spin on classics whether it’s through colour, shape or various little adornments such as tassels, spikes, buttons, zips or even specifically made to look distressed and well-worn. There are literally hundreds – if not thousands – of boot fashions this year to pick from, and you might find yourself picking more than just one or two as boots are a massive go to for the autumn and winter, meaning you can dress them up or down, wear to work, out with friends, or even to fancier dinners, weddings and the like.
The Hunt and Casual Look
A big thing this season seems to be the casual look of plaid, jeans, and matching boots in either suede or leather. Alongside this you can take it one step further and add a body-warmer and some fashionable Wellington boots for wetter days for a casual-hunt vibe and look, which also seems to be making a breakout this year.
So there you have a great few fashion tips for this autumn to help you stand out from the crowd and which give you several reasons to hit up the high street and get some fab pieces for the autumn wardrobe in. Never forget either that boots work with everything – and can be used in a number of ways with different clothes, so they really are the most versatile fashion piece for fall!