Hello hello hello, I hope we're all doing well! I'm so excited for Autumn and Autumn fashion right now and today I thought I'd go into a bit more detail about each outfit I've snapped lately, just before I go full knitwear and big, warm coats on you all, and let you in on the pieces that I put together to create them!

Now, this outfit is a go-to at the moment. I was recently sent this super cute knit from Sezane that I've just fallen absolutely fallen in love with. I've spotted this on so many people on Instagram over the last year or so, and have always wanted to get my hands on it because it's just so perfect - especially in this colour palette for A/W. They also do it a navy stripe too! I keep pairing it with my H&M jeans as they just make the most casual and comfy look, that also still feels put-together because the knit is so lovely.

A classic look for phone snap number 2! This blazer was a recent purchase from a charity shop - it's an old M&S Blazer and was only around £2-£4, which is just amazing. It's the perfect shade of beige for me and I'm just so obsessed with it! I've paired it here with my lovely Karen Millen knitted dress from last summer.

Okay, I'm noticing as I write this that a lot of knitwear has actually slipped into this blog post but, we move! Here I am, all cosy, in this old BHS (yes, BHS... the one with Tammy Girl #throwback) knit that I've had for around 3 years now. This is another charity shop find and I absolutely love love love it. It never gets old (apart from in age, clearly) and I get so excited to wear it each and every year! 

Oh, I really love this knit. I picked this up from the Arket site, but actually from the Menswear section. I do really love a mensy, over-sized piece. The thing that definitely makes this knit for me though is the colour - I just think the colour is absolutely lovely and a great addition to my A/W palette this year!

The blazer is back again - I clearly have a big love for this bargain piece! Here I'm wearing it with a lovely Mango blouse and H&M shorts, as well as some lovely jewellery pieces from Estella Bartlett who I recently worked on a campaign with!