Sunday, 21 August 2016

NEW SEASON FASHION: High Street Edition

Hi all!
As August draws to a close, the high street stores are beginning the shift from Summer to Autumn styles. From the odd winter coat dotted around the stores to the distinct change of colour gracing the rails, you can't help but notice the changing of the seasons. This week's post is all about new season fashion, what's new on the high street and our favourite pieces from some of these stores.

Topshop for us is the ultimate 'cool' Hight Street store. London-inspired edgy street style trends fill the rails making it one of the most popular hight street stores today. 

 Zara is an accessories favourite for us, along with structured pieces and comfy basics. It's a little more on the expensive end of the high street but definitely worth it for classic pieces that you will be able to wear from season to season - perfect for the transitional months.


ASOS is the website that we can spend hours scrolling through, with the biggest selection of styles for any occasion, you're sure to find the perfect outfit. 

Jumpsuit with Wrap and Self Tie

The New Forever T-Shirt with Long Sleeves and Dip Back

Textured Longerline Jacket

New Look
A place we always look for on-trend basics and seasonal styles, New Look is a go-to for us to buy affordable pieces. We love the basics here along with more trend-led pieces like this gorgeous layered burgundy skirt.

Burgundy Lace Balloon Midi Skirt

Khaki Longline Bomber Jacket

Black Denim Skinny Dungarees

Black Sateen Bardot Neck Dress

Embroidered Ripped Skinny Jeans

Burgundy Frill Trim Cold Shoulder Top

For us shopaholics, a new season is so exciting! We can't wait to head out to the shops to update our closets and begin the transition from Summer to Autumn. Layering is a favourite for the upcoming transitional months so we're looking forward to mixing up styles in our wardrobes. We hope this post has gotten you excited about the fashion season and new trends to come!

S & K  xo 

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