Transferable Trends: Bringing Blush Pink Into Autumn!

I bloody loved the blush trend this summer, and I was absolutely gutted when I realised that it might not continue for the autumn. I don’t know why I loved this colour so much, but it really did upset me to think that I wouldn’t be seeing it, or be able to wear it, come autumn time.

I mean, I know that you don’t have to follow trends, and most of the time I don’t, but the issue with this was that alllllll of my blush pink clothing was summer themed, so it would be a little chilly if I decided to try and wear them in autumn!

So, this considered, can you imagine my delight when I discovered this jumper dress in my local primark?! I was bloody thrilled! 

This jumper dress is also super perfect for my body type! I generally have to buy clothes a size or two bigger than my actual size due to boooooooobs, so the little corset detail is perfect for pulling in the dress at the sides to give me a nice shape.

Plus, the corset detailing is another trend that I am DOWN for transferring from summer to autumn! It makes all of my t shirt/ jumper dresses fit so much better, and I am really living for it!

Teamed with a pair of ankle boots and some black tights, this dress is a perfect, simple outfit, that looks really well put together due to the black accents on the dress! Plus it’s comfortable, and can be dressed up or down. And that’s pretty much my motto for most of my autumn outfits….

Dress: Primark (in store only!)
Boots: Dorothy Perkins

Tights: Peacocks
Flowers: Asda (lol)

What trends are you planning on transferring this autumn? Let me know in the comments!

Love,

H x

 

 

 

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