The Autumn Edit – Jumpers 

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So this post concludes my Autumn Edit series, of course no autumn edit would be complete without jumpers. In the warmer months I long for a chill in the air so I can don a jumper so I’m over the moon that we are finally in the throws of autumn and I can wear all the jumpers.

I have this River Island jumper in pink but I’ve also tried on this soft blue one and it’s such a lovely little item, i’ve said in previous posts that I’m loving softer, pastel hues for the colder months and this jumper fits the bill perfectly.

A navy jumper is just a classic, isn’t it? This mohair & wool beauty from & other stories is just perfect for Autumn/Winter, so stylish and so cosy looking.

I couldn’t not include a little somethin’ somethin’ blush, I fell in love with this jumper from Warehouse the second I clocked eyes on it. Everything from the colour to the shape is just a dream!

I’m talking about another Warehouse hero here (seriously, the current Warehouse range is just gorgeous) with this bell sleeve mohair jumper, I think a grey jumper is an absolute wardrobe staple and this one is such a babe.

You really can’t go wrong with a simple striped number, can you? When it comes to stripes I generally like to keep it simple so this Hobbs number is perfect in my eyes.

I’m never normally that keen on multi coloured stripes (see above!) but this Whistles jumper has caught my eye on several occasions. The colours are so gorgeous for this time of year, plenty of delicious pinks and autumnal browns.

So there we have it, enough jumpers to see you through these chilly months. You can also see my coat edit here and my boot edit here.

How’s your autumn wardrobe coming along?

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