Fashion Focus: Love Story Style Bible

Fashion Focus: Love Story Style Bible

Confused by the latest trends? Not sure what to mix and match? Well, thankfully Littlewoods have come up with their very own style bible which can act as a handy guide to the latest trends and the one that I love for the Autumn/Winter season is the pretty and soft ‘Love Story’ look.

So, what can we expect to be seeing on the high street to keep up wrapped up against the cold weather, but still leave us looking fab? Love Story is all about pretty, romantic florals teamed with soft, chunky knits and snuggly accessories.

Floral prints take on a more ‘autumny’ feel with a darker palette and if you want to kill two trendy birds with one stone, check out this Love Label floral maxi skirt or take a look at this darker version. This autumn is going to be maxi skirt heaven, so there’s no need to fear if you haven’t shaved your legs – you can still feel floaty and feminine in a maxi.

Knitwear is obviously going to be a popular choice for the upcoming months but team it with flirty florals, faux fur or sheepskin for a cosy feel. Chunky knits are fabulous for layering and I love this cardigan coat which is perfect for throwing on in the morning when you’re not quite sure what the weather is doing. Make knitwear cute with an adorable knitted beanie hat that will keep your head warm while having the added benefit of making you look cosy cool. Another great layering option is to invest in a faux fur gilet – lighter than a coat but still great for keeping in the warmth.

The A/W season sees the return of wonderful boots, but ditch the fake Uggs and treat your feet to some sheepskin with substance with these fab suede boots with a cosy sheepskin trim. Add a pair of leg warmers (not a neon colour in sight though!) and you are ready to head out and brave the UK’s terrible winter weather!

Check out the whole Love Story look here at Littlewoods today!

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Get everything you need to wear the latest 'love story' look here at Littlewoods.com!

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One Comment

  1. Posted by Jeannilyn on September 29, 2012

    Dear Johnnie, I don’t know if this is the best way to contact you, but Here Goes:- I shall just say that I am an old bird lnviig in residential care, remember clothes rationing etc. Now I have bought your stuff with pleasure for rather over a decade, the last was the Damson Patent-leather Plimsolls in use at this very moment grand for ancient feet, smart and up-to-date, with non-slip soles. The previous purchase was the Velvet Blazer, with ribbon trimming, washable into the bargain, most useful for social events. But I am afraid that you may have missed a trick there- No Matching Skirt!! You did a midi-length velvet skirt a couple of years ago, I got two, and they were my standby, together with your earlier printed corduroys, during the last two bitter winters. You provide well for everyone from maternity, babies, children, teens and adults till maybe 60-plus. But what about Boden For All as a slogan and a fact? I have discussed this with a friend or two, including ones who can still live independently, and we think that:- Old folks (both genders) feel the cold, and about half of us will have tried the mini-skirt first time round. So longer skirts, Please, Please! And other bits and pieces, like pockets. Where do handkerchiefs go nowadays? I have other positive ideas, so eMail if you wish, or publish this on your site, if appropriate. I hope that I haven’t broken any House Rules or Blog Rules. With kind regards, yours sincerely, Anstice.

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