Frills ‘n’ Spills…

Autumn for me is about digging out old favourites and pairing them with something new. These shorts are possibly the comfiest piece of clothing I own and I adore the vintage style florals on them, especially paired with the corduroy fabric which harkens back to a carefree childhood . I can imagine these, layered up with sheer shirts peeping out of wooly jumpers, topped off with a faux fur to give you a heritage/vintage style look, worthy of any lookbook… 
I am always amazed at how versatile these shorts are  and I absolutely adore them but I have to wear them with my top tucked in, or short t-shirts because they are just so short! If I wore this top untucked, I am pretty sure it would be longer than the shorts are… Seriously cannot get enough of these boots, I would wear them to sleep in if I could! I am also really impressed with these Primark tights. They were £2.50 for 3 pairs and have kept me warm and cosy (They supposedly have some sort of temperature control technology?!!) whilst matching my Autumn staplesperfectly.  
What Maria’s Waring –
Top – ASOS,
 Shorts – Topshop,
Tights – Primark,
Boots – Carvela via John Lewis,
Bag c/o Fiorelli

What is your perfect comfy outfit? What are your Autumn staples?

Published by vintagereflection

Fashion & lifestyle blogger

7 thoughts on “Frills ‘n’ Spills…

  1. I agree! Autumn is about comfort and style, my staple piece is my black duffle coat I got from topshop 4yrs ago, give it a dry clean each winter and it’s still as good as new, as it’s black can just accessorise it with anything too!


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