When the new season rolls around it’s always tricky to know which trends will add the most value to your wardrobe so I’ve teamed up with Debenhams to share our favourite womenswear trends for the new season.

1. Red
Red is the colour of the season; it’s everywhere and such an easy way to update your wardrobe!
I personally love a vibrant red but if that’s too bright for you then opt for a deeper crimson colour. I haven’t bought it yet but I definitely have my eye on this beautiful Hobbs red coat, which although is a little pricier is a beautiful investment coat which will effortlessly add a sophisticate pop of red to any outfit!
Shop the Red Edit HERE

2. Embroidery
Another fabulous trend if embroidery, you can go for something a little more subtle or for heavily embellished dresses. For an everyday look go for a embroidered jumper but I personally love an embroidered dress which will take you straight through to party season.
Shop the Embroidery edit HERE

3. Florals
You may think that florals are just for spring and summer but they’re just as popular for this autumn and winter. I love a dark-base floral with a bold print, especially on a wrap dress which you could even wear in the warmer months or an embroidery floral print dress which would tick off two trends.
Shop the Floral Edit HERE

Alternatively, another great option is to incorporate florals into your lingerie. Debenhams have some beautiful lace sets with bright statement prints adding a little bit of luxury to every outfit.
Shop the Autumn Blooms edit HERE

My top pick, which will add a bit of floral and a bit of embroidery to your wardrobe, is this beautiful Nine By Savannah Miller dress– you could even team it with a red long coat! I love the navy colour of this dress, the beautiful detailed embroidery and I’m sure I’ll get lots of wear out of it all the way through to party season. It’s also looks like a designer dress but only costs £65!

What trends have you added to your wardrobe this season?

As you may have heard, Topshop Beauty turns 5 this year! It’s crazy to think that it’s already been five years since my first trip when it first launched to get some blushers and lipsticks. I was having a look through their previous ads and I fell in love from one from 2013; dewy skin, ombre lip and a slightly smokey eye which I was inspired by for the makeup look I wore yesterday. 

I usually go for either eyes or lips but I think one wash over the eye can still work with a bright lip. For this I went for Topshop’s Mono Eyeshadow in Explorer, £5 a beautiful burgundy brown which I buffed all over the eyelid and ran lightly under the eye. I chose to not contour my eyes and instead went for a good coating of 3D Curve mascara, £10 and a thin liquid line.

As my brows are naturally very dark I try not too pencil them in too much but need a product that will keep them in place. I used the Topshop Brow Fixer brown shade to fill in sparser areas and the wax to keep them in place.

In order to keep the skin quite natural I chose two cream products, the glow stick to add a little colour and shape to the face as well as Glow Highlighter in Polished, £9. I love Glow Highlighter, it’s such a beautiful yet quite natural highlight which is easy to apply, even with finger tips.

Although I had never tried an Ombre Lip, the Topshop Lip Ombre in Astound, £9 made it all very easy, I applied the darker colour with a brush and patted on the lighter colour into the middle of my lip simply using my finger. I feel in love with the colours, the effect it gave and I was surprised that it lasted all evening.

To celebrate their 5 years of beauty, Topshop have released a limited edition collection with some of their most loved products and the packaging is stunning (available here)

Head over to my to my Instagram for your chance to win your own set of Topshop makeup

 Over the last few years floral trousers have been everywhere, from celebrities to my favourite fashion bloggers. However when I posted this post of me wearing floral trousers a lot of people said they like the look on me but that they felt they couldn’t pull the look of themselves. I am a size 10/12 with childbearing hips and large thighs, so if I can wear them anyone can!


I found these five looks by fashion bloggers which I love, each outfit is different some feature heels, some play it safe with black tops and black sures where as others wear bright tops or shoes.

-Find the right pair- I like them to be tapered at the bottom, skimming over the thighs and with a higher waist.
– If you are worried floral trousers will make your legs look a little fatter balance it out with a pair of high heels to add length and make your legs appear leaner.
-Ease yourself in and wear floral trousers with neutral shoes and top
-If you are feeling brave and want to team your floral trousers with colours chose either a coloured top or coloured shoes not both, keep everything else neutral.
-Team with an oversize bag to make yourself appear slimmer

 These are some of my favourite finds….

 and my Primark floral trousers are my favourite! Read post here

 How do you like to wear your floral trousers? I hope my post helps you all!

This is a slightly different post for me, what do you think? Would you like some more?
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