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weekly wishlist

Miss Guided-£28 6. hooded bomber.jpg 3. faux leather skirt.jpg

5. tshirt dress palette 6. dogtooth top7. suede jacket make up bag 8. cigarette trousers10. orange jumer 11. suede bomber 12. photoframe 13. ripped jeans 14. parka 15. shoes

Despite it now being cold and constantly miserable weather-typical Britain- this playsuit would still be gorgeous for a night out, or with tights and boots for a dinner date, along with many layers for venturing outside. The colours really stood out to me, and the deep burgundy keeps it quite autumnal despite the short length. Miss Guided-£28

A bomber jacket is really an essential for this time of year, being casual enough to throw on with anything and not feel weighed down by a massive coat, but also warm enough to keep you toasty despite the cold; this one is even more perfect with it having a hood. It could be worn with pretty much anything due to its neutral colour, however will bring a cool aspect to a simple outfit due to the oversized fit. Miss Guided-£40

Any item with a rich burgundy colour is straight away perfect for autumn, this skirt is perfect for nights out whether that’s for drinks or a meal. Smarten it up with a loose shirt tucked in and tights, or pair with a bralet and heels for a night out. The texture also adds another element, the faux snakeskin adds an unusual aspect to the skirt, making it stand out more than your average skirt, as well as being flattering on many body types. Miss Guided-£20

Everyone needs some kind of tshirt collection for lazy days, to throw on with jeans and many layers if cold. This one in particular adds a cool element with the motif on the front, making your look a bit more put together. Wear with jeans as a slouchy relaxed, or as a dress with tights and boots. Miss Guided-£15

For being such a cheap price, Make Up Forever have some amazing products, this palette being one. It really stood out to me with the range of colours which look super pigmented, the glitter bronze and berry shades will be perfect for Christmas looks. For anyone who can’t afford higher end palette Make Up Forever is a definite winner, this palette also comes in a matte version. Superdrug-£8

Now this is probably not to everyone’s taste, but I couldn’t not include this dog-tooth patterned top. Although quite loud and over the top with the large print, the monochrome calms it down and paired it with simple pieces will make an outfit look stylish and original without much effort. Don’t think I’d be pairing it with the matching trousers though! Asos-£35

Although not very rain friendly this jacket is just gorgeous! The suede is very on trend, the aviator style carries on the denim aviator trend from last year and the colour is very unique and beautiful. I’m not usually one for blue, but this dusty blue grey mix is really gorgeous and makes the jacket more unique. This jacket is quite pricey however will keep you warm as well as looking stylish, and will be worn with pretty much anything and for many years. Asos-£170

Scrolling through Asos Beauty and I come across this absolutely stunning make up bag. The pattern and colours just look luxury and are so unique. I would never pay this much for a make up bag, usually as they normally end up with make up all over inside but this is worth the money even just to look at it all the time. I’ve never heard of this brand, however after seeing the ranges they do on Asos I’m now very interested! Asos-£29.99

Cigarette trousers are something I have been meaning to get for ages now, however every time I try some on they just don’t meet all my requirements-fussy shopper alert. These do have potential though, and give a nice change to jeans every day. Miss Guided-£22

Obviously I had to include a jumper; this is one looks so comfy, the colour just screams autumn and is a nice way to incorporate colour into a wardrobe. Being slouchy it is easy to style, however it still has a structure to it so will look more put together. Pair with jeans for an easy autumnal look. Asos-£45

I’m becoming jacket obsessed but I really liked this one, and it was one of the similar ones from Cow Vintage. I really like the suede texture to this and the cropped cut gives a nice touch. Despite it being black, I don’t know how easy this would be to work into a wardrobe due to it being cropped. However, it is still effortlessly cool and gives a nice nod to the vintage world. Cow Vintage-£45

I saw this photo frame when out shopping with my sister and I just loved the simplicity of it. The copper frame is very on trend and gorgeous. The design is very simple and will make the photo stand out instead of the frame and will look lovely in any home. Paperchase-£12

I only wish I could afford one teaspoon jeans, they’re always gorgeous and I especially love their ripped ones. These ones are still quite minimal being black however still unique and stylish due to the rugged rips and slouchy fit. Pair with a slouchy blouse to contrast smart with rough, or a simple tee for a minimal look. Asos-£100

A parka coat will always be in style for winter and this one ticks all the boxes. With a detachable faux fur lining you’ll definitely  stay warm and can remove it for when it starts getting warmer. The colour makes is a bit different, however the style still gives of a classic parka look. If it wasn’t for the price I would snap this up instantly! Urban Outfitter-£129

Strappy heels are so popular right now and these tick the box quite nicely. Being Zara you know they’ll be gorgeous and the mesh detail gives it a bit of an edge. They’ll go with anything and are perfect for dressing up an outfit for a meal, or for going out. Zara-£49.99

thank you for reading, gem xx


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