Studies derived at Aesthetic House show that five-Monday-weeks objectively negate your mood. Taking what could have once been fighting spirit and dampening it with the autumnal chill, we figured it was probably about time we prepared for the payday home run with an edit of your new season necessities. Notebooks and Wunderlists at the ready, ladies…
Let’s start with the core of our autumn/winter wishlist, shall we? We’re all desperately searching for ‘that’ pink coat that’ll hold our hearts captive, but with every High Street brand vying for our attention, you could be at a loss of which to plump for. We’re loving the cardigan jacket (£59.99) from Zara, a nifty heavyweight cardigan that can be layered with a sweater underneath or with a real coat over the top.
Keeping tightly with our pinkish themes, Accessories Editor Elodie has been gazing lovingly at the Leather Bow Bracelet (£125) from Mulberry. Of course. Ideal for teaming with your everyday wristwear to elevate your style credentials, well, we can’t resist.
Other notable highlights on our wishlist postcard include this black Knitted ‘Love’ Emblem Jumper (£38) at Topshop. Swing a denim shirt under there, pair with your favourite jeans or the Joseph Window Pane Gabardine Trousers (£225) and these ‘Flokarl’ Ankle Boots (£80) at Aldo for effortless cool. You’ll never need to worry about your autumnal looks again.
Shop the Aesthetic edit now:
(Window pane check new Queen gabardine trousers, £225, Joseph at My Wardrobe.com;
Knitted ‘Love’ emblem jumper, £38, Topshop;
Pink glossy goat leather bow bracelet, £125, Mulberry;
Light grey drop waist jersey dress, £55, The Whitepepper;
“M” T-shirt, £17.99, Zara;
Pink wool cardigan with funnel collar, £59.99, Zara;
Oxblood messenger bag, £39.99, Zara;
Black ‘Flokarl’ ankle boots, £80, Aldo.)
Michelle Chai is a self-confessed colour avoider, avid coffee enthusiast, multi-tasker extraordinaire and, by night, a regular fashion blogger at Daisybutter. She edits Aesthetic (both online and print) and really enjoys her ongoing quest for the perfect knit. FYI, this one came close to nabbing the title.