Rêveuse Style: The Flâneur

Rêveuse Style: The Flâneur

Who would've thought that this time last year we would be in the predicament that we're currently in now. Already more than half the year has sped by without us even taking a second glance in our summer wardrobe, and already we're back to our autumn/winter clothes once more. Here are our tips for keeping your style timeless, whilst focusing on the transitions into your autumnal wardrobe.

Summer may be over, but you can continue to wear your dresses through to autumn by layering crisp white shirts underneath it. We love shirts, as they're so versatile and can be worn in lots of different ways i.e. tucked into skirts, off the shoulder with high waisted jeans, as well as casually tie baggy shirts around your waist. In particular, we have been seeing lots of oversized lacey collars recently, which can make your outfit a lot more trendy, yet still look cute in years to come. 

Booties with peekaboo socks are always going to be a match made in heaven. We love how a bright sock peeping over the edge of your booties can make an outfit a lot more edgy. It always reminds us of the Burberry collection Spring Summer 08 era starring Agyness Deyn with her amazing legs and gorgeous platform black heels and socks. For an even more on-trend version try patterned semi opaque socks like the Fendi motif socks.

03. HATS
Hats never go out of style. We recently have been getting into purchasing more hats as they just make an outfit come together. Here, Mary wore a baker boy cap which really reminds us of the Autumn season here in London. Other favourites include the classic beret, which come in lots of different colours as well as fedoras. Some other tips you can also do to add a flair is to pin brooches into your berets or even tie a small scarf around your hats to give a different look every time. 

Sheer pieces of clothing has been so popular and we think it is the perfect way of layering up clothes. Here, Mary wears a Zara dress with printed florals on sheer fabric, but you can also create your own version of this with a plain sheer top with interesting patterns or textured pieces underneath it. You can also play around with longer sheer tops with a bralette and flared trousers to harmonise the juxtaposition of mixing together the sheer with the opaque. 


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