Hi everyone. I thought I’d share a few outfits I’ve been wearing this Autumn. Recently I did my seasonal wardrobe swap where I pack away all of my summer clothes and dig out the Autumn & Winter wardrobe. I found a few things I’d forgotten I had and managed to send a few bits off to charity as well as list some items on Depop. (I’m Mr Carrington on there if you would like to follow me).

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Outfit 1:

*Jacket Burton, *Jumper Burton, Trousers Zara, Shoes H&M

The jacket and jumper are new pieces from Burton. I love the jacket because it’s light weight so great for layering and not too heavy to carry around. I’ve teamed it with some burgundy trousers I picked up in TKMaxx last year for 7 euros. I love that TKmaxx now do some of the high street brands. I’m finding more up to date pieces in there as a result. The shoes are Dr Marten dupes I got from H&M in the January sale a couple of years back.

I found some similar New Look trousers on Asos for £10.50 here

Outfit 2:

Jumper River Island, *Jeans BooHooMan, *Trainers BooHooMan, Jacket Thrifted.

This jumper is a couple of years old (check out the haul I featured it in from 2017 here!) and I still love it! The jeans and trainers are from BooHooMan. I love these jeans. I call them Dad jeans and they are so comfortable. I’ve added a vintage jacket which is SO warm and cosy that I picked up in Traid.


Outfit 3:

Coat *BooHooMan,  Jumper Mango, Trousers Primark, Boots HM, *Watch Newgate

This coat is giving me all the Zara mannequin vibes without the Zara price tag. I absolutely love the collar. I’ve put it with a thin knit jumper from Mango in grey (I find their jumpers really solid staples and excellent quality) and a pair of grey woven trousers from Primark. The boots are another Dr Marten’s dupe I picked up in the H&M sale a year or so ago. I feel like you can’t go wrong mixing grey tones with some black pieces for a classic winter outfit.

If you are looking for some new outfits for Autumn and Winter this year I would definitely encourage you to dig deep into your wardrobe and see what pieces you already have before buying any new ones, and then by mixing in one or two classic high street or thrifted pieces you will have some brand new looks.

Let me know which outfit is your favourite! 🙂


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