Autumn Shop: The Blush Trend

Made you blush! 

This season we’ve got a huge crush on blush tones with must-have pieces going sweet in sugary shades. Keep cosy and cute in our fave cuddly picks from the lush new label, V by Very. We’re tickled pink with this dreamy AW selection…

Work the trend with touches of grey and metallic for an edgier twist. We show you how a pop of pink can perk up your cold-weather wardrobe, transforming you into a beautiful English rose.

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This stunning fluted sleeve jumper is a lesson in easy elegance – the flowing shape of the flared bell sleeves and deep V-neckline bring doses of boho appeal to a casual look, while revealing your sultry side.

Wear this feminine and folksy-style knit with distressed jeans to soften the rock-chick, rebellious vibe. Accentuate the collarbone with a simple and delicate gold-tone necklace for a hint of hippie.

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Sporting the of-the-moment athleisure craze, this sweat strikes the right balance between urban and girly. The relaxed fit is made for casual outings, while the ribbed detail stops it from looking too boyish. We’ll be wearing this with tapered joggers and a pair of cool kicks when comfort is key on weekends.

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If you’re not a pink fiend, then this grey sweatshirt will tap into the sports-luxe trend, too. For a dressier spin, work the season’s love of modern metallics by partnering with a high-shine pleated skirt in space-age silver.

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Wear this boyfriend coat over your all-grey outfit to dip your toes in the blush crush. Featuring cool colour-blocking detail, the pink patchwork offers a flash of feminine style to the androgynous look. Grab a pearlescent pink metallic clutch for a futuristic twist on the typically girly colour.

Shop the Blush Trend here for more snuggly separates.

Love, Very_Gemma xxx

13th September 2016
Written by Very_Gemma