Whilst I find high fashion interesting and great to look at, I often find myself having a hard time getting particularly involved in it, as being able to see myself in the clothes presented plays a big role for me when it comes to whether I like something or not, and that doesn't work particularly well with a) clothes that are more art than actual wearable items and b) clothes that are wayyy out of my price league - so most of the time, I'll just pull some inspiration here and there but that's where about it ends.
However, what I do enjoy, is getting to look at previews of upcoming collections I do see myself wearing and being able to purchase on my student budget. That's why I had a scroll through the pictures of the Topshop A/W 2015 show that took place in London a few days ago and I must admit, I liked what I saw! Even though I enjoyed the Clueless-esqued pieces (coats, dungaree dresses, etc.) with the typical chequered pattern, what stuck with me most was the use of different beige tones, the cuts of the pants, and the combination of light pieces with floral patterns and heavy fur coats.
Is it weird that I'm kind of excited for Autumn again even though Spring is just around the corner?