Fashion | Toffee Caramel Brown

As I peruse the internet in the evenings I keep seeing more and more of a rich, warm toffee colour appearing in new collections in stores. The shade is perfect for Autumn, being warm and evoking feelings of cosiness and open fires as the evenings draw in. I feel it is more flattering than beige and works brilliantly with navy and black. Here are some pieces which tempt you to click “Add to Cart”…

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Satin Wide Leg Pyjama Trousers by Marks & Spencer – these are what I could wear if Hettie didn’t have a habit of wiping her hands and face on my leg. Pair with a knit in the same hue and trainers for a chic off-duty look.

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Pleated Skirt by Boden – – a midi skirt is a really versatile piece to have in your wardrobe. Team with a tee, leather biker jacket and trainers or jumper and boots.

Back Zip Boots by Whistles – simple, stylish and with the perfect heel.

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Full Bodied Shirt Dress by Zara – a bit more chocolate in colour but I love a flow dress! Smarten it up with a belt to cinch in the waist.

Belted Wool Blend Coat by & Other Stories – the perfect coat for cold mornings and it looks so chic.

Tan Suede Boots by Air & Grace – these arrive next month and will be a go-to Winter boot…especially with the Air & Grace cushioned insole to make it feel like you’re walking on a cloud.

Corduroy Culottes by See by Chloe – half price at The Outset, these trousers would look fab with a rollback and some tall off-white boots.

Imitation Suede Skirt by Reserved – perfect worn with a black chunky roll neck sweater and black boots.

Oversized Cardigan by Arket – an oversized cardigan can be brown over just about anything, from dungarees to a tee and jeans to a skirt and fitted knit.

Cashmere Shawl by Hush – this shawl will be your new best friend in Winter. Like a cuddle, it’s big enough to feel cosy whilst not drowning you!

Pedro Jumper by Sezane – this knit has a removable scalloped collar and is fine enough to be tucked into trousers or a skirt or left loose.

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