15/10/2021

Zara Autumn 2021 Wishlist

My Zara Autumn 2021 Wishlist full of gorgeous autumn pieces I want to get my hands on!

 Zara Autumn 2021 Wishlist full of gorgeous autumn pieces I want to get my hands on!

I don’t think Zara ever fails to impress me with their autumn/winter pieces. Don’t get me wrong, their website is a bit difficult to navigate, and my local Zara never has the pieces you see floating around on Instagram. But if you have a good look online or head to one of the bigger stores you can find some absolutely trends. And that’s what I did today. I have found a few pieces that I absolutely adore and am really considering buying this season because they are just so my style. Sometimes Zara is too hard to resist so make sure to link below any pieces you are looking for.

Heeled Shoes with Rhinestones and Straps – £59.99 – I have been obsessed with these shoes ever since I saw them on @millyhobbs Instagram page. They are just so classical and the edition of the Rhinestone adds that sophistication. I nearly bought them for my graduation shoe, but went for a similar pair with gold details. However I am still obsessed with these.

Knit Sweater With Loose-Fit Sleeves – £29.99 – I am partial to a good jumper in autumn, especially a loose fitting one like this. They just make an outfit so much cosier and for me I find them really easy to style whether that be with a good pair of leggings or jeans.

Chunky Sole Trainer – £49.99 – I popped into the new Zara store in Edinburgh the other week and saw these trainers displayed and I loved them. I haven’t got a cream pair of trainer and I loved the sole of them – they reminded me of the New Balance 327’s that I still can’t get my hands on them.

Mini Nylon Tote Bag with Slogan Detail – £25.99 – Again, I saw this in Edinburgh and fell in love with it. I feel like whilst it is stylish it is also more practical for the autumn weather with the nylon fabric. I think it is on trend, yet will be bigger than some of my other handbags to fit the essentials in.

Zara Crossover Dress with Pocket – £29.99 – If you have seen some of my latest reels on Instagram you will know I like a good LBD. I saw this one and put it on my Wishlist straight away because it has a satin shine about it which my other LBDs don’t and the cross over is very flattering on the waist.

Straight Double Breasted Blazer – £69.99 – Dad blazers never really fail to finish an autumnal outfit off. Especially when it has a brown tone to it like this one. Such a classic style of blazer and really easy to layer whatever the weather.

Knit Dress With Side Top Stitching – £49.99 – How cosy does this dress look? Pass me a pair of white trainers and I will be living in this dress 24/7. Whilst it looks cosy, I think it would be really versatile for a range of occasions whilst also a good WFH option.

Michigan Polo Sweatshirt – £27.99 – Slogan and university sweaters are really key right now. I walked into Next the other day and there were so many. It’s therefore not a surprise to see Zara with some too. I reached for this because of the collar and also the cream and navy style of the sweatshirt.

Oversized Coat Special Edition – £79.99 – I clicked on this coat instantly because it is so chic and also a great investment coat. Coats like these won’t go out of style, and as someone who feels the cold – this will be perfect to wrap up under.

Reversible Quilted Jacket – £49.99 – The coat that everyone has been talking about. If you haven’t seen the quilted coat trend where have you been? This trend is currently my favourite for A/W and the revisable option of the Zara coat is a real plus.

Let me know which of these is your favourite!

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One response to “Zara Autumn 2021 Wishlist”

  1. Danielle says:

    So many amazing items!

    Danielle | thereluctantblogger.co.uk

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