September is well and truly setting in and I’m already seeing little changes in the weather. Last night especially felt chilly resulting in myself and Alex snuggling up started re-watching the Harry Potter films – which I LOVED!
Over the past week I’ve picked up a few transitional pieces. When I say ‘transitional’ I mean items of clothing which can either be worn by themselves on the days where it still feels like summer, and here in England we do still get some really hot days throughout September, but then also items which can easily be layered up by chucking a cardi over the top or even pair it with a skirt and tights.
The easiest items I find to do this with is tees and blousey/tops and as you will see the embroidery trend is something I am obsessed with/completely loving:
Striped Embroidered Tee: Primark £6
I am completely and utterly in love with little tees like this and you will se further down I have another similar sorta style. I think these are just so cute and such a great idea to make a simple tee not-so-simple. And tees are just THE MOST versatile piece that go with pretty much everything!!
White Crumpled blouse: Primark £14
I saw this from the top of the elevator as I was coming down and just knew right away that I neeeeeded it. Again, it is simple but the detail just makes is so much more!! I am really excited to style this with some blue ripped jeans, maybe some Mom jeans and chelsea boots when the winter kicks in and loafers until then.
Grey Embroidered Tee: Primark £6
This little tee is just super pretty and I think it has a nice vintage vibe to it. I think this is going to look good tucked into am A-line mini skirt and chelsea boots.
White embroidered Shirt: Zara £25.99
Now this shirt I have seen EVERYWHERE and I hunted it down and got it!! I got this in a size up because I thought it would look nice oversized with some classic skinny jeans and loafers. It is honestly so beautiful, and I am suuuuuper duuuuuper excited to wear it.
Hope you’ve all had a loooovely Monday!!
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