Four Styles you need to Start Building your Autumn/Winter Wardrobe


Sharing four styles you need to start building your Autumn/Winter wardrobe plus where you can get them on sale!

As much as I do not want to admit it, Summer is almost over. (And by almost I mean.. today is the last day of Summer.. omg that actually makes me want to cry just writing it down)  MUST. FOCUS. ON. THE. POSITIVES.

And by positives I obviously mean.. building a new Autumn/Winter wardrobe! Blazers, jeans, boots! All of my favourite things! Now, you know I love a bargain and I always wait until sale time to update my wardrobe, which is why it is such perfect timing that the Shopbop sale is on RIGHT NOW! You better believe my cart is already overflowing with my Autumn/Winter must haves. So, today I thought I would share with you the essential styles that I will be adding to cart to start building my new season wardrobe.

Oh and of course I wanted to share the sale details with you guys too.. sharing is caring, right?!

15% off orders of $200+

20% off orders of $500+

25% off orders of $800+

Use code: GOBIG18

On both full price and sale items!


What four styles do I recommend you start building your new Winter wardrobe with?

  • Jeans: First up is the most important style. Denim jeans form around 80% of my Autumn/Winter looks. So investing in a couple of pairs of good quality, good fitting denim jeans is key. I already have a light blue wash and a black pair that I love so this season a dark denim pair is what I need. (The ripped knee dark denim Levi’s below are currently in my cart and will be purchased later on today!!)


  • Black Boots: You may have noticed that I wear black boots pretty much all year round, but as the weather cools down they become my number one footwear of choice. (Most likely worn with some chunky socks for added warmth.. cold toes are the worst!). Comfort is key here.. go for a low-heeled comfy pair that can be worn on a daily basis. You may have seen my recent post about combat boots having  a moment.. a good pair of kickass combat boots will be being added to my Winter wardrobe ASAP!

  • Lightweight Knit: Start transitioning into Autumn by teaming your skirts with a lightweight knit. Have some fun with off the shoulder styles or open back details which can be worn now and layered up later. Striped knits are big this season, and in particular colourful striped knits! Although black and white stripes will always be a wise investment too.


  • Blazer: We can not forget the classic blazer. Another style that I like to include in my all-year-round wardrobe even though it does get harder to commit to the blazer as the weather warms up! Check/plaid blazers are still going strong or go for a classic black blazer. When it comes to the fit, a tailored style or boyfriend fit are both essential if you ask me (yes, give me all the blazers!)



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  1. Shloka March 1, 2018

    Perfect essentials here babe!


  2. Jenelle March 1, 2018

    My kind of shopping list! Some of these are in my cart too! Such a good sale!
    xx Jenelle

  3. TOUCH OF GS March 1, 2018

    Love this post! I’ve started slowly transitioning my Summer wardrobe into Autumn and I’m definitely going to miss Summer. Buuuut also super keen for Autumn/Winter and cosy knitwears! x


  4. Biki March 3, 2018

    Yassss to a sharp blazer, I love how they add pizzazz to jeans, dresses, jumpsuits- they are the sartorial gift that keep on giving! I’m particularly partial to blazers with 80s details..the exaggerated shoulders et al! Have a lovely weekend hon ( :

  5. Jessica March 4, 2018

    Black boots and plaid coat is truly a combination that never gets old. It’s so edgy and stylish. Love your picks dear, especially the coats.

    Jessica |

  6. Len Parent March 6, 2018

    Amazing picks, Emily! You look so fabulous as always! Thanks for sharing!
    Have a great week!
    Much love, Len

  7. Jessi Malay March 7, 2018

    All great staple pieces you need for the perfect wardrobe!!

    XO, Jessi


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