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Hi! I'm Laura, a 23-year-old millennial girl discovering who I am by sharing my life experiences on my blog. You'll find me writing about me discovering my personal style, my growing wanderlust or giving any sort of style, uni or mental health advice.

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Starting this week with some transitional outfit inspiration. I have not made it a secret that I have been struggling getting into autumn fashion this year. In my mind I am still on holiday and I can hardly believe how cold it has been these past two weeks since I have been back from my holiday. Last week I decided I needed to give up on my summer state of mind and decided to pull some outfits together to get myself excited for autumn fashion. All the items I am wearing in this post are items I have loved in past seasons and am determined to carry on loving this season.

I pulled together seven looks for all seven days of the week. Playing dress up always has this interesting effect on me. I now feel super excited about the autumn season. There’s something so exciting about putting together an outfit for autumn. I always find dressing for the autumn/winter seasons so much more fun and interesting than for spring or summer. It’s probably because there’s a just different kind of layering and fabrics you can incorporate into your outfit, which makes it so exciting to get dressed in the morning. Even though I definitely struggle with the lack of day light in the morning.
The whole process of a transitioning weather wardrobe is so fascinating to me. At the beginning of a season I never know which item of clothing will be loved most and become my autumn/winter staple. I feel like I am still in that phase at the moment, as right now all I have is this pile of jumpers, coats and scarves. It will be so interesting to see what items will become essentials in my wardrobe this year. I have no doubt my go-to autumn look this year will be jeans, a jumper either a pair of trainers or ankle boots. My go-to looks for the autumn season, as well as all the other seasons, will essentially always be the same. The only difference is the type of jumper, pair of jeans and pair of trainers I tend to reach for all the time. This outfit formula has been the same for me for the past few years, you can even scroll back on my style or my outfits page to see lots of previous and very similar outfits if you’d like. They go back all the way to when I was still in high school in 2014, which looking back on now, is so cringe.
I actually wanted to also spice my usual uniform of jeans, a jumper and trainers up a bit by also getting some wear out of my midi skirts this autumn. The ones I shared here are most ‘autumn/winter’ appropriate in my opinion. These skirts are definitely too cold to be worn on its own though, so I would actually recommend wearing tights with them too, to keep yourself a bit warmer.

Like I said before, I am finding it extremely difficult to get up in the mornings now that it’s still dark out. I also tend to be in a bit of a mood when waking up. I just need those extra 30 minutes on my own spent in silence to properly wake up… It’s why it’s good to have a uniform, as it makes it easier getting dressed in the morning. There’s just no 'not knowing what to wear' in the morning. Most mornings I am all about comfort and will jump into whatever seems most comfortable to me that particular morning. Comfort is everything to me in an outfit, as there’s nothing worse than feeling uncomfortable in a pair of jeans or a top you’re wearing. Even though these outfits al are super comfortable, I feel like they also easily can be worn to uni, work or just during the weekends. If you’re after a bit more of a sophisticated work look, I would swap the blue jeans for black ones instead, which instantly makes an outfit look more interesting.

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