Could this be the last time my legs are out this year, or is the thigh high/skirt combo something I can carry of during winter?

The question probably comes down to if I should or shouldn’t buy the Stuart Weitzman Highland boots. I’ve been on and off about getting them for years, but since getting the Nudist sandals from SW I have worn them constantly and I find them surprisingly comfortable for their heel height.

Recently I’ve been pinning several images on Pinterest of the highland boots in the nude and grey colours paired with camel coats, knits and suede bikers for the new season. A dream combination if you ask me, and of course has me lusting for the boots even more.

What do you think? Should I make the splurge and invest in a pair? I was trying out different looks with this River Island flat version, and I do like them but £700 suede boots in the winter in Glasgow, is it viable? Tweet me your thoughts or let me know in the comments below, all advice and opinions are welcome!

I’m wearing another H&M grey chunky knit, this one was only £25 and literally is the perfect everyday AW knit to pair with denim, leather – anything really. Have you been in store and seen their new season? H&M have totally up’d their game, so I would recommend a trip, especially for beautiful knitwear, they have such a wide range including gorgeous mohair blend sweaters for under £40.

The main thing, however, that pulls this look together for the new season, is this cute Fiorelli bag in the khaki green. I always wear my Celine Trio Crossbody as it’s so convenient for running around all day and I loved the blue for summer, but this khaki green quilted style is so perfect for Autumn and works in well with all the new season pieces that I have picked up so far. Plus the fact it’s only £49, so it’s definetly a winner.

I hope you have all had an amazing week and are looking forward to the weekend.


Happy Friday,

L x



H&M knit – new in store but I can’t find online so similar here 

River island Boots 

Zara Skirt 

Fiorelli bag