Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Asos, new season picks!!!

Asos wide leg trousers in velvet. £45

Tripp NYC tartan skinny trousers. £75

Asos denim frill collar jumpsuit. £55.

Asos floral print fringe kimono
Asos shirt dress in Aztec print. £55                                  

Asos shift dress in check print. £40.

Asos pencil skirt with zip back detail. £35

I've being compiling my Autumn/Winter wish list for the past few days and decided to make a scrap book of all my favorite looks. I love the new mod vibe, channeling back to twiggy with straight line mini skirts, monochrome, a mix of masculine tailoring and straight cigarette pants, and also the ever so present brogue. However this season the brogue has become more structured with a higher stacked heel, and two tone I predict will be massive, along with patent. However when there's so many styles to choose from sticking to one trend is no fun, so I'll once again be dipping into the grunge/gothic trend, along with my take on 60's boho, with high waist flares and wide brim hats. Oh and lets not forget I'll be digging out my vintage furs and hats that haven seen daylight in a few months. I'm a huge fan of textural fabric so there will be a mix of velvet, leather, tweed, thick knits & shaggy wools, lace, denim & suede in my wardrobe. My first pick from Asos hits 3 trends in 1, with the high waist, flare and velvet fabric. Straight leg cigarette pants and back and here to stay, and so these Tripp NYC tartan pants are bang on trend. The jumpsuit has now firmly cemented itself as a  wardrobe staple, winter or summer and this demin take will see you through any season. I'm crazy about vintage kimono's and end up spending ages scouring eBay for them and this find makes me extremely happy, and I would pair it with black skinnies or leather trousers for effortless cool. The Aztec print dress would be such a handy dress to have in your wardrobe as it could be worn by day with and pair of Dr martins or patent loafers, and by night with a rocker pair of ankle boots. The check shift dress, I just adore and could imagine Alexa Chung wearing it. It may find a new home in my wardrobe very soon. :) And last but not least is the classic pencil skirt given a modern twist in green, with a clever but cool zip up the back. I would rock this up with a vintage rock tee and some edgy ankle boots. Hope you guys are having as much fun as me looking at all the new season fashion, and now that I'm officially finished exams, I'll hopefully have more time to update my blog.

xoxo Fabulouxatheart.

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