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Where has this year gone?! I can’t believe it is almost October already, feeling slightly robbed.

It has come round so fast that I don’t feel prepared in the slightest for colder dressing. In this post I have layered a couple of pieces I’ve been wearing over Summer for a more Autumnal look. This white tee is an updated basic from Topshop, it’s called the “Moth-Bitten Tee” because the hem has a nibbled look about it, how Kayne of you Topshop. I’ve layered this with a simple, silk, lace edged bralet from Brandy Melville. It was only Β£11 and I know I’m going to get a lot of wear from it over the next few months. Styles like this and a silk cami dress are perfect for that Autumn layering look that everyone is wearing right now.

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Denim is having a moment in my life right now. I never used to wear denim, ever and now I can’t seem to get enough. I love that the skinny jean is not the only style out there anymore! I own a few pairs of moms which are so easy to throw on with absolutely anything whilst looking like you made an effort getting dressed. Another favourite at the moment is the straight leg which is the style I’m wearing here with their amazing next level frayed hems. With a customised jean like this I think it’s better to keep the top half on the simpler side so as not to look too OTT or trying too hard.

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Brandy Melville Silk Bralet | Topshop Nibble Hem T-Shirt | Topshop Frayed Hem Jeans | Zara Trench Coat *similar* | ASOS Mules | Zara Bag

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