I have just returned from cycling to our local village to stock up on fresh veggies. I am lucky in that I live in South West London very close to the river Thames so I can cycle or walk along the tow path. At this time of year, the river has taken on a grey/blue tinge which reflects the change of season. The trees have turned gorgeous golden shades of bronze and rust. A few of the mottled bushes look similar to the leopard skin bag above. Leopard print continues to be “on trend” this season. In fact, I think it has become a classic as it now makes an appearance in some form most autumns. Personally, I don’t wear leopard as part of an outfit as it tends to clash with my cool colouring. However for bags and shoes that is another question. Leopard is a great addition to most wardrobes.
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I have also noticed that a deep bottle green has joined the party this season. It is one of my favourite colours and has been out of favour for a few years now. I will definitely be investing in some green. khaki is also very popular, perhaps it also has become a perennial. Again I prefer the cooler toned greens and will definitely be purchasing this green top by MeandEm. I intend to experiment with unusual colour combinations this season. I will probably be trying this top with my pink coat or possibly my light burgundies from last year.
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