Thursday, 27 September 2012

Autumn/Winter Supermarket Style

When I'm doing the food shopping I'm terrible for getting distracted by the clothes section and before I know it I'm heading to the changing rooms with a pile of things to try on! I can't see this changing anytime soon with the gorgeous autumn/winter supermarket collections full of on trend pieces and designer inspired style. 


Hacking Blazer - £30.00
Black Sheer Dress with Sequin Collar - £30.00
Nude Polka Dot Peter Pan Blouse - £16.00
Gold Tweed Foil Dress - £40.00
Brown Riding Boots - £30.00

I love the heritage inspired hacking blazer from Sainsburys new collection. It'd look great worn with your favourite jeans and it's smart enough for the office too. I really need to stop buying blazers but at just £30.00 this one is going to be hard to resist! I need some new boots for winter (.. this was confirmed yesterday when I arrived home from work with wet feet that looked like I'd been in the bath for a few hours too long!) and these brown riding boots look ideal. Their new season collection also contains gorgeous dresses perfect for the glamour of party season!  


Print Trousers - £18.00
Black and Gold Slipper Shoes - £14.00
Peplum Dress - £30.00
Tote Bag - £10.00
Gold Brocade Jumper - £18.00

Tesco have also created a stand out line for the season full of darker tones and luxurious gold's. I love the printed cigarette pants which would look great styled with a simple white shirt and heels. The black jumper with gold gilded detailing reminds me of the gold baroque seen in Dolce & Gabbana's A/W '12 collection on the runways in Milan earlier this year. It's perfect for trying out the trend at a fraction of the price! 


Patterned Shift Dress - £16.00
Knot Ballet Pumps - £12.00
Navy Waxed Jacket - £30.00
Houndstooth Dress - £16.00
PU Pencil Skirt - £14.00

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George at Asda have designed a fashionable and functional collection to see you through the colder climes. Whilst I save up for a Barbour jacket this navy waxed jacket from would make a great substitute. I love the retro pattern on this cute shift dress. It's reminiscent of the colourful mosaic style patterns in Prada's A/W '12 collection.

So there you have it.. designer inspired style at a fraction of the price that you can pick up whilst doing your weekly shop! 

Where will you be shopping this season?



  1. Thank you for a great post - fab to see the best of what the supermarkets have all in one post. I really want that Asda shift dress- it's gorgeous! Avril x

  2. Great choices!! I think I'm done with my shopping this year I've bought everything that I need for the fall/winter. They're my favorite seasons.

  3. I am loving it! Asda is so good right now.

  4. These are great picks you've pulled out!
    Would love you to check out my latest outfit post :)
    Have a fab weekend Hun xoxo

  5. In a supermarket? For realz? I am envious! I wanna shop in fancy places like these! I definitely want that polka dot blouse and the peplum dress!
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  6. That gold dress is simply GORGEOUS.

  7. Good choices :)


  8. I want all those dresses! +the boots and the tweed jacket.
    - I did tell you - Summer time

  9. The supermarkets by me have rubbish clothes sections :( I loveee that Asda shift dress it's so adorable xxx

  10. Oh my god! I am actually impressed by all these supermarkets! The Sainsburys one is my favourite...those dresses just scream me. But Tesco have upped their game too, I really LOVE them shoes. Oh maybe I should start going food shopping with the folks more often!

    Gemma x

  11. Can't believe they are all from supermarkets, really loving the Sainsburys boot and jacket, they look so more expensive then they are!

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