It’s been a while since I last did an outfit post, partly because I’ve been lazy and partly because the weather’s been rather cold! However, I braved the cold last weekend and finally got around to putting together an outfit featuring this M&Co Asymmetric Floral Print Blouse for a fashion post! The items featured in this post have actually been in my wardrobe for a while now, but I just haven’t had a chance to photograph them! In addition to showing you the outfit, I’ve also included a few other longline floral shirts & blouses that I would love to add to my wardrobe this autumn & winter.
As an update to what I’ve been up to lately, I went to Centerparcs Woburn at the start of the month and the setting there was beautiful. Although it was the bonfire night weekend, the whole place looked very Christmassy as they’ve already got out the Christmas tree, Santa Grotto and reindeer. I had my first Starbucks Gingerbread Latte this year as well during my stay and I must admit that it got me feeling rather festive! I know that the background isn’t super exciting, but it was freezing cold (it actually snowed!), so we decided to use the villa as a background. Also, if you ever visit Centerparcs Woburn, you NEED to try out their Subtropical Swimming Paradise, especially if you love water slides and a bit of adventure!
Anyways, the post today is all about floral shirts & blouses for autumn & winter! Despite the cold weather and plain grey & black being popular colours this season, there’s no reason not to wear florals. However, there are a few basic hidden guideline I follow when it comes to wearing floral shirts in autumn and winter! I tend to go for darker base colours, so something like black, dark green and maroon to reflect the season. Although I do love tucking in my shirts in the summer, I actually prefer a longline oversized shirt which I can pair up with skinny jeans or leggings during the colder months. This is mainly because I’m always out of shape around this time of the year which makes the loose fitting option much more attractive!
The following floral shirts & blouses are my favourites for this season. They’re heavily patterned, but look very fun and autumny. 🙂
Shop the Style: Longline Floral Shirts & Blouses
The key items featured here are the Asymmetric Floral Blouse from M&Co and cross-body bag from Michael Kors. The sleeveless duster jacket and and chunky heels are something I bought during my trip to China earlier this year, but I’ve included a couple of items that look similar below. This M&Co Asymmetric Floral Shirt is really one of a kind at it really caught my eye at the M&Co AW16 event earlier this year. The patterns are gorgeous and it feels ridiculously comfy on! The asymmetric dip hem also makes it a lot quirkier than than normal longline floral shirts. And the best thing is it’s only £18 at M&Co at the moment!
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Floral shirts are so pretty this time of the year and the one you picked out is gorgeous! Love your photography here btw x
Beauty with charm
Thank you! The patterns are all so pretty! x
Ooh great post I love floral shirts!
Thanks, florals are the best. x
I love your outfit x
Thanks! Glad you love it! 😉 x
That blouse is gorgeous, I’m gutted I missed that one at the press day!
The Makeup Directory
Thank you! 🙂 x
I love your picks. I’ve been very much converted into a blouse-girl this summer & I´d love to keep this style in winter. I love the asymmetric dip hem of the M&Co blouse. It really gives it something special.
xx Lisa | Following Lisa
Thank you! I’m glad that you like it and a pretty blouse is definitely good for winter too! 🙂 x