all images zara.com
'They are SO pretty', 'How many food shops do I need to skip to afford this skirt?' or 'I need this top, NOW' are just a few of the phrases that go through my head while browsing the website of my favourite store, Zara. There genuinely is no other store out there were I find pretty much every single piece extremely gorgeous and need a lot of inner strength not to buy absolutely everything. As I am currently on the Zara website for the third time today (it is only 3pm as I am writing this), browsing the gorgeous Autumn/Winter 2015 pieces, I thought it might be a great idea to share what I am currently loving. (just a few selected items, otherwise I could just give you the link to the website)
Suede Coat I fell in love with this stunning piece when I spotted it for the first time in a store back in August. Although it is a simple cut, the colour and especially the material make it look so extraordinary and unique. Never before have I seen a high street store do such a gorgeous piece for an appropriate price (still can't afford it, but hey, maybe it goes on sale!) As suggested on the website, this coat would look incredible paired with a skirt and a top in autumnal colours, but I can also imagine it looking gorgeous with a boho inspired flowy white dress.
Shirt Just when I thought that I'd have enough shirts (for now) this blue/yellow patterned shirt caught my eye. I have been loving wearing shirts recently, because they make you look sort of smart, but can be dressed down easily with a pair of jeans or, my personal favourite, a button down skirt. I am fearing winter time though, as I really am not a fan of layering cardigans over shirts. If this shirt wasn't now sold out in my local Zara store ( :( ) I would wear it with a dark red or brown button down skirt and a pair of black tights.
Ankle boots Out of all stores in the world, I am convinced that Zara have the most incredible selection of boots every single autumn/winter season. Two years ago I bought my very first pair and I am still deeply in love with them & would be wearing them to death right now if my suitcase to come back to England hadn't been overweight already. In my opinion, gold hardware is the most stunning detail a piece of clothing (or in that case, shoes) could have; it makes them look so chic! So naturally, I gravitated toward that burgundy pair, and it has not escaped my mind since.
Suede bag I am that kind of person that carries a huge shopper bag, containing various items from sunglasses over pens to an umbrella, every single day, but sometimes it would be great to have a convenient, yet cute bag if you just pop out for a drink after dinner or go for coffee on the weekend. This AW season I have absolutely fallen in love with suede and I think this beautiful little bag would make a great detail for all the previously described outfits.
Flowing trousers This pair of trousers may seem a little bit out of my comfort zone and I have no idea whether it would even suit me or not, but something about the cut and the colour really caught my attention. Whether you style it with a sheer shirt (like on the Zara website) or with a woolly jumper, I think it would make a great and unique outfit that could even be appropriate to wear into the office.
I hope this post gave you some inspiration for your next shopping trip! Which of these pieces do you like the most?