MY TOP PICKS FOR A/W18 – Nasty Gal, Primark & Pretty Little Thing

Hello lovely fashionistas, and welcome to my top picks for this year Autumn/Winter range. The way I’m going to work this post is by piecing a few items together from some of my favorite brands, and I will then link every item so you can shop the lewk your selves.

Lets start with my fave clothing brand at the moment, Nasty Gal. #NastyGalsDoItBetter

Animal prints are all over the show for Autumn/Winter, so it was only right that my first outfit included some.


First up is the wild wild life leopard shirt. I chose this because Autumn/Winter is all about prints and neutral colours, and this shirt has it all it prices at £30, and I matched it with a pair of black button crop leg jean (£28) to tone the outfit down a lil. I also added flare healed booties (£35) and a newsboy cap (£10). I wanted to add a pop of colour, so I added a cute belt bag (£18) in bottle green which pairs up nicely with the dark mustard leopard print shirt. Very Autumnal!

The trench coat is no stranger to A/W18 season, so I wanted to create a look for you guys with one.


For this look I went with oversized and casual. I chose a white shirt (Love shirts relaxed £20) because I love how white compliments the nudish/camel colour of the coat (Trouble belt away £40), and I paired it up with some darkish denim jeans  (Smells like teen spirit £30) for something a little autumnal. I don’t know about you guys, but I associate light denim with summer and darker denim with winter.

For my next brand I chose Primark. It is really hard to get anything good on the website, so for this I had to scroll through their Instagram and found some amazing pieces, at such affordable prices. I want to start off by saying Primark are absolutely slaying it am I right? I am so obsessed with their A/W18 collection which is why I wanted to include it in this post.


For this look I wanted to change it up a bit, and show you guys that skirts and dresses are not only for summer time, but winter too. It is a great way to re-use your clothes rather than going out and buying a whole new wardrobe. To start off with I chose a yellow puffa jacket (£20) which looks way better in real life if I’m honest, the colour is more of a dark mustard yellow than a bright yellow, totally worth it! I paired it up with a turtle neck knitted jumper for warmth (£6), fishnet socks (£2), orange beanie hat (£2) which would compliment the yellow puffa and a cute leopard print bag, because A/W18 is all about prints!

This next outfit is also from Primark, and its all about bold colours. Wear if you dare.

I paired up these gorgeous pink ‘clueless vibe’ check trousers (€16) with a turtle neck leopard print crop tee (€6). I then wanted to tone down the outfit with a leather jacket (£25) – which im sure a lot of you have – and added plain white trainers (£8) to ensure all the focus is on the top and trousers. This outfit is a total clash, but go bold or go home is my motto.

Next is another fave clothing brand of mine, Pretty Little Thing. They have great items, good quality at affordable prices.


Red is not dead for A/W18 which is why I created this outfit for you guys. I wanted to go for a cutsie Parisian look so I paired these knee high boots (£50) with a skater girl skirt (£12) and added a red beret (£6) for finishing touches. Because we are talking A/W I had to add a warm coat so I went for this nude/camel colour again, but this time in teddy bear style (£60).



My last outfit is also from PLT, and we are getting snakey with it! I paired these faux snake skin flares (£22) with a bright neon jumper (£20) and a plain black bumbag (£10) to wear across the bod.

So now that you know my top pics why not tell me yours? Would you wear any of the outfits I put together?

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