Did someone say Autumn?

I swear I heard someone just say that.... and if you didn't, I'm calling it. 

Which means jumpers.  Well - it doesn't by any "actual" definition but in my book it means that it's now time to put away the bikinis and get out those jumpers. 

Although, to be fair, it's a rather all encompassing subject (in fact I could probably have this as my specialist subject in Mastermind) and so we can break it down into easily processable pieces. 

I don't want you to think that these are just for the depths of winter when it's super chilly, they are much more wearable than you would probably think.  First up - they're perfect to wear now as an alternative to a jacket over a dress - or fling over a tee and wear with dresses, jeans or trousers. 

But to keep the Summer spirit alive, we're talking bright stripes.  Continuing the theme of clashing prints, we're doing striped jumpers first up this season. 

First up - one of my favourites.  These sleeves.  Enough said.  20% off with the code Y2M9.

Muriel jumper from Boden £65

Cashmere Crew Neck Jumper £130 Use code above again!

M&S Striped Round Neck Jumper £29.50

Thicker stripe again at H&M £17.99

Red & pink striped also at H&M £17.99

And this one I also one of my favourites.  Autumn in a piece of knitwear. 

Striped Wool Blend Sweater from & Other Stories £69  Bottle green. Oh. Hello.

Longer line at & Other Stories £59

Long again at Glamorous £30

Brushed longline at New Look £24.99

Colour Block Round Neck Jumper from M&S £32.50

Loose Knit at H&M £17.99 in navy 

And finishing with two slogan jumpers as they're just infinitely fabulous. 

Rainbow Stripe Je T'Aime from New Look £22.99

Black Stripe C'est La Vie Slogan £22.99

And here I am today - in a jumper but lacking stripes.  However this skirt CRIES out for a striped jumper to go with it.

Skirt - Free People from ASOS (ss17)
Jumper - Zadig & Voltaire (ss17)
Biker - Ted Baker (from paid partnership aw17)
Trainers - Ishikawa from Quattro Rish (ss18)
Bag - APC from Coggles (3yrs ago)

Loved the rain today.  Excuse to go to the cinema although it appears the rest of the world had the same idea.  We've reached that part of the Summer holiday where we've seen pretty much everything there is to see.  So we went to see Christopher Robin, which the children were desperate to see.  Hmmm.  I wasn't so keen.  And it was exactly like I thought it would be.  Weird.  NOT Paddington.  One or two.  Even Peter Rabbit was better (a lot funnier...)  To be honest, couldn't work out whether it was a film for children or an allegorical exploration of a mid life crisis.  It was vaguely charming... but only vaguely.  Wasn't convinced by Ewan McGregor either.  Can't way I love him as whimsical.  The 11yr old said that he thought the guy from Fantastic Beasts would have been better - Eddie Redmayne and OMG YES.  He would have been a LOT better!  There you go.  

Tomorrow I will be back with my first colour obsession of the season.  Any guesses??

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2 comentarios:

  1. Totally agree about Christopher Robin. Not funny, nor particularly charming. It felt flat to me. The young children in the audience weren't impressed either.

  2. Stripped jumpers all the way!! This reminds me to get a few :D