Wednesday, 19 November 2014


It's the return of my beloved wishlists today! Since my Pinterest page has become my go-to for bookmarking pieces I like these have got a bit few and far between, but there is something to be said for using wishlists to make sense of all of that window shopping.

Usually what I'm coveting doesn't follow a pattern, but I love how my recent 'pins' wouldn't look out of place as a capsule collection. This Autumn, I'll be filling my wardrobe with plenty of khaki, silver, patent and oranges.

It's Wear Your Band T-shirt To Work Day on 28th November so I'll be rooting through my drawers to find something suitably eclectic (does anyone else love being asked "who is that band?" and feeling like you are the fountain of all decent taste?), but this Joy Division t-shirt would definitely fit the bill otherwise. With band t-shirts, you can afford to be individual but I think twinned with this loooovely skirt from Topshop it would look great!

My Lyst tells me that this skirt is out of stock at the moment. But no trouble! In my eyes, Lyst's most useful feature is the alerts system, so if you're lusting after something which is unavailable, you can bookmark it for later and it'll automatically email you when it's back in stock. Clever huh?

The team at Lyst are also running a competition where you can win a Sophie Hulme bag by creating a Lyst of your own, easy peasy! If competitions were won by window shopping, I would be surrounded by prizes, I'm telling you. Here's how to enter.

1. Joy Division t-shirt - Label Lab
2. Ripped jeans - Whistles
3. Nautical scarf - River Island
4. Orange top - River Island
5. Patent knee-high boots - Aldo
6. Silver necklace - Coast
7. Khaki midi skirt - Topshop

Here's a breakdown of what's from where, but you can click here to see my full Autumn/Winter Lyst, which includes even more delights! What's on your wishlist over winter?

Post in collaboration with Lyst

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