As we move into the autumnal season colours like wine and burgundy begin to make up a large part of our wardrobe; inspired partly by the colours of nature changing around us into deep shades of red and orange. I love this colour and think it looks flattering on everybody, whatever skin tone or hair colour you have. It’s my go to colour for autumn as it always manages to look so classy and beautiful. I’ve collected together some of my favourite wine and burgundy coloured pieces that I’ve seen online and in store which I think are perfect for the autumn/winter season. As always, all of the pieces are shoppable, just click on the links!
This beautiful wine skirt is definitely on my wishlist for this coming season as it’s so pretty and vintage inspired. With its military style buttons and classy A line shape it is very flattering and could be paired with a great many things. Personally, I would pair it with a Victoriana style blouse, this one is very cute and girly, black tights and black ballet flats. These shoes are actually my current school shoes and they are an absolute dream – they are the only school shoes I’ve ever had which haven’t given me blisters, which makes them amazing!
This frill detail wine coloured dress is absolutely stunning, a perfect autumnal occasion piece. At £59 this a good price for occasionwear, especially for a piece which looks so designer. As it is quite an intricate dress I’d pair this with simple black heels, a black clutch bag and perhaps a black fur coat; this one is only £45!
These tailored trousers are so smart, they’re perfect for work, college or sixth form as they look really formal. I would pair these with a white sleeveless blouse, this one has a gorgeous Victoriana neck detail, black cardigan and black mules (these are down to only £9.50 from £32!) to create a formal, but comfortable, work outfit.
These are three wine and burgundy outfits which I could incorporate into my autumnal wardrobe, which cover each and every occasion.
Do you own any wine/burgundy pieces?
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