Burnt orange, deep mustard yellow and mahogany red coloured leaves gently dropping on the wet ground along with the scent of pumpkin spice latte in the Starbucks air, are some of my favourite things that takes place during autumn. It’s also the season I feel that is slightly annoying to dress for because the chill in the air is now present alongside the bone aching wind.
The term vintage is used to describe clothing between 20-100 years old, which is clearly representative of the era in which it was produced. Vintage clothing can be used, as new, manufactured and handmade. It is important to understand that the definition is vintage is fluid, so eve decade brings forth new items as ‘vintage’. It is also important to understand that all vintage will eventually become antique. Clothing 100 years old or more are classified as antiques.
We know we are in autumn from the air we breathe outside; fresh crispiness air this can tempt most of us to go home in front of the fire and drink hot chocolate, or for some it’s the dark mornings that make it impossible to even get up.
‘Sweaters, boots, bonfires, fall, leaves, scarves, hot chocolate, cuddling, jeans, pumpkins, tea, hoodies, crisp air and late nights’ , these are some of my favourite things about fall. As the weather gets colder your wardrobe changes, with your knitwear and sweatshirts become a priority.