The nights may be darker and the days shorter, but that doesn’t mean your style has to suffer.

We love seeing our readers and fave influencers show off their personalities through their clothing choices. We’re all about celebrating individuality and these three ladies are perfect examples of thinking a little outside of the box when it comes to style.


First up we have Kim Mitchell from @jadorecoutureblog. We love how she is mixing casual and formal together. She says her style is a mix of masculine and feminine and that’s evident in this look. The statement animal-print gathered skirt and killer bronze pointed heels are dressed down for daytime with the slouchy marl grey sweater. The way Kim has rolled up the sleeves is another style cheat – a quick and effortless way to give a jumper a cooler, more laid-back vibe. The look is finished with a classic Balenciaga bag.

Kim reveals her outfit details, “I’m wearing an Aritzia sweatshirt, A.L.C. skirt, Sarah Flint heels, Balenciaga bag, and Céline earrings.”

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Kim in dressed down glam


Next we have Linda looking amazing in a variety of prints and tones. It’s not a surprise that she describes her style as ‘colourful’. Firstly, we adore a beret – especially a chartreuse one and matching it with the bag was a great idea. She’s also pulled in hints of the colour through the stripes in her silk scarf which is clever. The green tartan trousers help transform what could be a simple ‘jumper and trouser’ look into something much more interesting.

Linda says, “My tartan trousers are from Zara and my beret is from Primark.”

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Linda loves colour


Then we have Amanda in her pared down daywear. Her look screams country chic, from the crisp white jeans and shirt combo to the long boots. We love that the boots have a distressed effect – they add a ‘lived in’ quality to what could be quite a formal outfit. And of course, the menswear blazer and hat are fabulous.

Amanda says, “The jacket is an old one that belonged to my husband. He was throwing it out, but it is such great quality and a good cut that it’s now in my wardrobe! The hat I bought from M&S a few years ago.”

Amanda in Country Chic

We continue to celebrate individuality with more street style looks here.