11/02/2018

Autumn Daze - Ditsy Florals and Teddy Coats from Oasis and Simply Be


Autumn is my favourite time of the year for fashion. You can get away with layering summer dresses against winter knits, with cosy coats becoming the new normal. I'm so excited because I'm finally able to wear things I'd purchased months ago but have had to put aside as October gave way to a second summer. But with November heralding the slide into Christmas, the weather seems to have finally flicked a switch and caught up.

I've been living in this pretty Oasis Ditsy Frill Sleeve Dress, as it's been so easy to throw on with ankle boots and a cardigan in lieu of a jacket. I was so happy when the brand extended their sizes for a capsule range with Simply Be, but it's a shame that it only goes as far as a UK 26. I really hope that with the success it enjoyed, they might further extend the sizes for future collections with the brand.



The cold weather snap means I can finally snuggle up in my gorgeous Spiced Orange Teddy Fur Coat, which no exaggeration, I have been waiting for months to wear. It's oversized nature makes it feel like a soft teddy bear duvet, and as it gets colder, I'm just going to end up wearing more layers and bigger scarves with it.



Dress: Oasis Ditsy Frill Sleeve Dress from Simply Be
Tights: Black 50 den tights from Yours Clothing
Boots: Old stock JD Williams (similar here)
Lipstick: Stunna from Fenty Beauty in Uncensored via Harvey Nichols

Now that the weather has got colder, what are you looking forward to wearing from your winter wardrobe? Don't forget to tell me below in the comments.

Until next time,

Diana x ❤ x

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4 comments

  1. Oh my goodness, that coat is amazing.

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  2. You really are an autumnal 90s babe!

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