Hello Autumn

A couple of days ago I was out walking at Mugdock Reservoir (it’s about a 5K route) with my mum and her friend Sarah Jane, and they took some lovely photos of me surrounded by the natural beauty of nature. Autumn fashion has always been a favourite of mine (who can resist the cosy jumpers, flannel shirts and brown boots?!) so I thought I’d share these photos of one of my new favourite outfits!


laughing beside the pretty flower patch
looking out across the reservoir
laughing back as the leaves turn around me


I’m wearing a super soft long v-neck jumper in a light grey colour from Topshop (they sell it in a baby pink colour too). It was £39 which was pretty reasonable in the world of jumpers, and it’s genuinely one of the comfiest and cosiest things I’ve ver worn. I love the oversized/off-the-shoulder feel to it and it’s even better as it doesn’t shed fluff everywhere like one of my other jumpers! The best thing about this jumper though has to be the fact that it’s non-wool and therefore vegan friendly - yay!


Underneath, I’m wearing a burgundy lace halter bralette from Hollister to add a little bit of pretty detail too. My leggings are from Nike and were worn purely out of practicality for walking - if you look at the state of my converse you can see how muddy it was!


turning away from the camera
looking across the flowers
starting up at the leaves on the trees above
smiling at the camera next to flowers


I’m absolutely in love with these photos - partly the outfit but also partly the location too. The reservoir has been one of my favourite places to walk growing up and it always looks most beautiful at this time of year with the leaves starting to turn. It was a lovely surprise to see the patch of wild flowers too - they looked so delicate and the colours were beautiful.


wild flowers
bug on a daisy
red poppy


I hope you like all of the photos! It was loads of fun to do a bit of a photoshoot out and about (instead of just trying to cram it in my house of back garden) and I think overall the results are way better. I’m really looking forward to watching the leaves turn even more as autumn progresses but I’ll have to make sure I don’t buy too many more cosy jumpers - I’ve bought three new ones already!


Do you like wearing cosy jumpers in autumn?

Where are your favourite places to walk and watch the leaves turn?


Hello Autumn - Heather Rowland on hefafa.me.uk //Published 25th September 2017