I’m all for Autumn wear right now, so when Look of the Day very kindly gifted me some of their new autumn range, I jumped at the chance. Here is my Autumn Lookbook 2017.
It fair to say that over the past month I have been ranting and raving about Autumn. I’m sure you all know right now that it indeed is my favourite season. While some people might see it as the season where everything dies (as my sister-in-law very kindly* reminded me last week), I see it as a season to where we can take a breather and start winding down the year. I also see it as an excuse to wear a thick knitted jumper, drink chai latte all day and to cosy up in bed with a good book.
It fair to say that I’m all about Autumn wear right now and have been on the hunt for some warm comfortable clothes that will last me. So when the online fashion store, Look of the Day very kindly gifted me some of their autumn range. I, of course, jumped at the chance.
I wore them while at Hasting last week as I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to finally wear my Autumn new clothes. And boy was I’m glad I did as the weather was properly cold. Strong wind and cooler temperature made being outside a little unpleasant. Especially when sitting on the beach.
While shooting these pictures, we had the entire beach to ourselves. There was no one else around. So it was the ideal location to take these photos.
The Look of the Day clothes was comfortable and stylish. I picked a mixture of day and evening wear. So despite the cold windy season, you still have something to wear for any time of day.
Here is my Autumn Lookbook 2017. Enjoy and let me know if you pick up any of these items yourself.
I feel I should say, I might look like I have an odd expression on my face in some of these photos. I’m very light sensitive and I usually wear sunglasses when shooting outside. However, I lost them and I couldn’t find any sunglasses in Hasting. So apologies if I have an odd look on my face.
I also should say, I’m not the greatest model in the world. So please be kind and considerate when looking at these photos.
Photographer: Richard Nuttall
(LOTD very kindly gifted me these clothes. I was not paid for this post.)