Autumn-winter essentials: Boots & Knitwear

Autumn is officially here as the leaves are changing colour and the temperatures are dropping which means it’s time to wrap up warm in style.

Brighten up your autumn-winter wardrobe with cosy knitwears and boots.

Knitwears and boots are my favourite autumn-winter essentials as they’re stylish and super easy to wear. Knitwear includes jumpers/sweaters or cardigans and they can be fitted or oversized, cropped or long length.

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Boots come in different shapes and designs from biker to wedges, knee high to ankle length, boots are must have this season and are perfect for wearing with dresses, jeans, skirts or tights.

I’m a huge fan of biker boots as they’re classic and great for toughening up any outfit you wear. These boots are perfect for wearing with a dress, tights and a biker jacket for a rock chic look.

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I love pairing sweaters with collared shirts for a chic preppy outfit. This time I wore these wide fit black cross strap biker boots with a multi coloured cable sweater/jumper with a gingham collared shirt underneath it & black skinny jeans for a stylish preppy shopping look.

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What I wore: wide fit black cross strap biker boots: c/o New Look, gingham shirt: Primark, multi coloured cable sweater/jumper: New look, black skinny jeans: Primark

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Hey Alice,

I like every bit of your fashion sense. I never seem to know how to be trendy and fashionable, or matching pieces and colors together or even where to get good pieces from. I shall be taking the que from you. Thanks for your all time advice.

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