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How to Update Your Autumn Style

9 steps to update your autumn wardrobe featuring Jette Joop's Blue Motion collection / Hofer

While transitioning into the autumn season, we must not forget to update our closets and style as well. Autumn is by far my favourite season, especially when it comes to fashion - coats, oversized jumpers, knits and layering describe me perfectly. Autumn is also the time when students go back to school and need some inspiration for your outfits. That's why I prepared a few outfits, which include my key-pieces for autumn + added some tips to help you update your autumn style. 

1. Turtleneck Sweaters with Chokers. 

Chokers were the biggest trend of the S/S 2016 and they'll continue into the autumn as well. As you all know by now my style is very minimalistic and that's why I always like to put a special effort into details. I decided to put a little spin on the choker trend with a simple grey turtleneck sweater from the upcoming Blue Motion collection by Jette Joop (available from 26th of September) and a silver choker from Zara to bring some attention to the neck detail of the sweater.

2. Wide Leg Trousers and Trainers. 

I absolutely love to wear wide leg trousers because they make you appear thinner and higher which I know every woman can appreciate. You can pair them with high heels for a more chic and sophisticated look or with trainers for a more toned down, casual look. For this outfit I combined my two favourite trends - sophisticated black trousers from Zara and Superstar Adidas Trainers, which together make for a really casual and relaxed look.

3. Backpacks and Bucket Bags. 

When it comes to bags I'm still obsessed with faux leather backpacks and bucket bags, because of their versatility (you can wear them with pretty much every outfit you want) and size - they are just the right size to carry everything you need for the whole day. They are a great option for school, work, going shopping or simply walking around the city centre (bags featured in this outfit are from the Jette Joop's Blue Motion collection). 


4. Ankle Boots. 

Ankle boots come back every single autumn (and winter) because they're comfortable and extremely versatile: they are, in my opinion, the perfect autumn shoe. I wear a classic pair of ankle boots with literally everything - from jeans, long or midi dresses, skirts, etc. They also look good in a combination with an oversized or trench coat (boots are available in the Jette Joop collection for Hofer).

5. Shiny Bomber. 

Another S/S 2016 trend transitioning into autumn: a bomber jacket now in a reinvented, shiny form. It's such a versatile wardrobe piece that can edge up any outfit - you can wear it with jeans and a t-shirt or a classic black shirt and wide leg trousers. It will always look stylish, no matter what.

6. Scarves. 

When you think about autumn style, scarves are of course the first thing that pops into your head. They keep you warm and are a great layering piece, which will elevate any basic outfit. I personally love to wear black or grey scarfs (mine are from the aforementioned Blue Motion collection) because they simply go with everything, but if you want to spice up your outfit go for a printed/colourful scarf.

7. Knitted Sweaters. 

Just like turtleneck sweaters, knitted sweaters are the most essential part of the autumn/winter wardrobe. My favourite look (featuring a knitted sweater) includes a crisp white shirt, jeans and mules or ankle boots. It's the perfect "smart outfit" for school or work (the sweater is from the Jette Joop's Blue Motion collection).


8. Cropped Jeans with Frayed Hem and Mules.

Here's another great transition of a summer trend into the autumn style - jeans with frayed hem, which I love to wear with heeled mules to, again, enhance the details on the hem. I'm also loving the relaxed fit of the jeans at the moment, which add a more casual element to the outfit (mules are from Humanic, shirt+jeans from Zara and watch from Daniel Wellington). 

9. Trench Coat. 

Another must have autumn piece is a trench coat (this particular one is from Mango). It's the perfect transition piece - very useful for the autumnal rain and temperature, when it's still too warm to wear heavier coats, yet too cold for a lightweight jacket. This year's trendiest colour is definitely khaki, which looks good on every skin tone and hair colour.

Thanks to Hofer for sharing this exclusive preview of their new Blue Motion Collection with Blush blog readers!


5 komentarjev

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  3. Great post! I love backpacks!


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