Transitional Style Haul.

Don’t get me wrong, I love being able to wear dresses and bare legs, but you really cannot beat a high neck jumper, a cosy scarf and a good pair of boots! The transition from summer into autumn is one of my favourite times for style (please someone reassure me that’s a good excuse to shop?) I love being able to wear more layers without the need for a coat that just hides an entire outfit, and I think that’s what makes it the perfect season for dressing. I’ve found myself doing a fair bit of shopping over the past two weeks so I thought I would share the pieces I’ve picked up.
Leopard print
Leopard print is every where, I’ve never liked it on me before but for some reason this year I’ve become a little obsessed. I spotted this leopard print blouse and bought it straight away, I’ve dressed it up with black jeans and heels, and dressed it down with mom jeans and sandals, it has fit into my wardrobe perfectly. I loved this blouse so much that I decided I needed these leopard print shoes, again an impulse purchase but I just love how they bring together the staples that I already own (just to clarify, I definitely don’t mix the two together…)

Three wardrobe staples
You’ll have already seen me harp on about the ASOS Farleigh jeans, but I just had to mention them again. They’re the perfect mom/ straight leg jeans, they’re some what flattering, comfortable, go with everything and managed to make me a complete convert to the whole mom jean vibe. Another staple that I can see me getting so much use out of is this crew neck &OtherStories jumper, it’s thick and cosy whilst still being flattering, and the short length makes it easy to tuck into skirts and trousers without getting that awkward bulge – winning! Lastly I picked up this gold buckle leather belt, I’ve been looking for the perfect vintage looking belt for a couple of months and this fit the bill perfectly, it works well as a waist belt with dresses and I’ve worn it with jeans too – it’s just a classic!

There are a couple more things included in my recent haul video, and below is a mix of the new buys with a couple of other things on my wishlist at the moment… How dreamy is the wool blazer from &otherstories!

Are you as mad as me and already buying things for autumn?

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16 responses to “Transitional Style Haul.”

  1. Unknown says:

    Such a fab selection babe! I am seriously getting into the autumnal spirit now http://www.petiteelliee.com Ellie xx

    • Jodie Melissa says:

      Thank you Ellie! I've just read online that we're apparently having an Indian autumn with plenty of sun, so I was too until I saw that haha!

  2. Danielle Alexa says:

    I adore the leopard print flats, they are stunning!Danielle xxhttps://www.fashionbeautyblog.co.uk/

  3. Arianna says:

    Jeans are always a staple! They go with practically everything ❤️Arianna | Southernbf.blogspot.com

  4. Lisa Autumn says:

    The jumper looks so cozy! I love it!x Lisa | lisaautumn.com

  5. Amber Gregory says:

    Love the little leopard print flats, they'd look so good with MOM jeans!Amber | http://www.amberatlanta.blogspot.co.uk

  6. Forever September says:

    I've seen so much leopard print around recently, I love it! I really need to pick up something up, maybe a leopard print jumper!Lucy | Forever September

    • Jodie Melissa says:

      Me too, I think I'm just going to stick to these two things but I'm tempted to get a skirt! A jumper would be amazing for winter x

  7. Ariadna Morell says:

    I love a good cream comfy jumper and basic jeans, such an easy outfit to throw on when you have no inspo! xAriadna || RAWR BOWS

  8. Olivia says:

    So perfect combo, love those flats print ������

  9. Charlotte Lane says:

    I need it all! I'm desperate for a leopard print blouse – I'm on the hunt for the perfect one. That & Other Stories jumper looks super cosy xoChar | http://www.charslittleblog.co.uk

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