Summer basics to fall stables

Summer basics to fall stable

{ Layering and a big scarf make it easy to change my summer basics to fall stables }

Fall has definitely arrived in London and so it’s become necessary to figure out how my garments can change from being summer basic to fall stable. Last week was quite sunny and warm but the beginning of this week has been as rainy and grey as you’d expect London fall weather to really be. Luckily, it’s not quite cold enough for a winter jacket (I didn’t bring one, so I’m on the lookout for a sustainable alternative – please let me know if you have any ideas), but layering has become necessary.

Summer basics to fall stables

{ Grey wool scarf (old), black coat (ASOS – old), grey cardigan (Gina Tricot – old), green blouse (Samsøe Samsøe), black skinny jeans (Cheap Monday), shoes (Nike Air Max Thea), Backpack (Matt & Nat) }

Maybe you remember this green blouse from my five summer basics. When we first arrived in London it was still warm enough to pair it with the shorts, but these days my black skinny jeans have been my go to choice. These two garments are easily changed from summer basics to fall stables when paired with a warm scarf and lots of layers.

Summer basics to fall stables

{ Details : Arne Jacobsen watch and Urban Ears headphones }

The viscose fabric makes the blouse the perfect garment for layering. On the tube it gets so hot it’s almost all I need, but outside in the cold I need way more, my solutions is my thin, long jacket from ASOS, and an old cardigan from Gina Tricot. Neither of which where bought with a sustainable mindset, but luckily the quality has surprised me and the cardigan especially has been in my wardrobe for three years, and still looks as good as new. So if you do decide to shop on the high street, choose quality, so that at least the garments will last.

Summer basics to fall stables

{ I’ll always love London’s red telephone booths }

Summer basics to fall stables

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