Edited by: Asmah Mansur-Williams
With winter right around the corner its time to start thinking about stocking up on the vital accessories needed to style this season’s looks.
Accessories are a great way to get innovative and exciting with your outfits, adding a patterned scarf or a stitch detailed clutch bag is a chic way to bring back a bit of life into last years pieces that may already seem outdated. A fedora hat or a leopard print belt can transform simple looks and are a perfect way to add a pop of color to minimal outfits.
Scarves and hats are essentials to have in your wardrobe as the autumn weather varies from cold mornings to warm afternoons; they’re also perfect if you need to switch up your outfit half way through the day. With a lot of styling options to choose from, these pieces are wardrobe savers.
It’s the perfect alternative when you have to live up to the reality of being a student and having limited funds to splash out on a new fall wardrobe. I’ve made a list of my top high street accessory finds that won’t break the bank and some top tips on how to style them this season.
Fedora hats are the perfect cover up for early mornings or bad hair days and work well matched with a pair of leather ankle boots and a camel coat. They can be worn with so many different styles so you’re spoilt for choice with so many different varieties hitting the high street in the run up to winter. For the windier days maybe opt for a more practical woolen hat, super cosy and easy to style.
Statement pieces like a patterned belt or quilted clutch are an easy way to add color and style to simpler outfits while still keeping it quite minimal.
When it comes to autumn it seems to be all about the beiges, greens, greys and pinks. A big scarf is an essential autumnal accessory to have in your wardrobe, they’re great for keeping warm as the colder days approach and with so many choices of material, colour and shape, your autumn days are about to get more stylish.
Which of these autumn trends will you be adopting into your wardrobe this season. Get social and let us know @nerveonline #autumntrend