Autumn Florals

Florals are in fashion all year long, but they don’t need to at all look saccharine. In fact, for fall/winter 2015, they have had a more boyish feel.

Swap pretty for edgy with a contemporary, masculine twist to keep florals looking fresh this fall.

Carven Blush Printed Poplin Flower Print Dress

T by Alexander Wang bonded textured – leather biker jacket

Jerome C. Rousseau Hess leather ankle boots

Mary Katrantzou MVK Medium cross-body handbag

Kevia Gold tone crystal earrings

Finds H & H’s Cleo rose gold-plated ring









Me & Rose Gold

I have always been into silver jewelry thinking the gold just does not suit me…
This year though, I have discovered rose gold and I instantaneously fell in love with wonderful chunky rose gold bangles, necklaces and watches…
In fact, the first rose gold piece I own was purchased by my husband as a Christmas present. He knew I was umming and arring about buying a Michael Kors MK5128 ladies rose gold watch for a while but I was not quite sure its chunkiness would fit my tiny wrist…. Still, I loved it as soon as I put it on. Undoubtedly, the bracelet had to be taken in but I can’t imagine not wearing it now, it feels like a second skin and goes with pretty much anything including my work attire.

Me & Rose Gold

To complement my look, I then decided to buy another chunky bangle to match my watch. I went for a slip-on Fendi gold wide cuff from I am not usually the one in favour of splashing the label’s logo all over the place, but this bangle looks really sleek and feminine, so I don’t mind so much. As it effortlessly slips on the wrist or forearm, it complements almost any spring/summer dewy look.

Me & Rose Gold

The most recent recent addition to my collection is the Mawi Rose gold-plated, Swarovski crystal and bead pendant necklace. I love the punchy thickness of the chain, the multidimensional coral beads and Swarovski crystals that give the necklace a seriously luxurious look.
Mawi jewelry is quite pricey, but if you stumble upon a 70% sale, like I did on THE OUTNET, grab a bargain.