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October Wish List

By Britishcouture
Here's my October Wish List:
October Wish List
Online shopping is dangerous, considering it only takes a couple of minutes for your transaction to be complete.
1. Office Citybag in Black from Zara £49.99
I've had my eyes on this sexy little citybag for quite sometime, but considering I have a lot of similar-ish bags I can't quite decide whether to spend just under £50 on a bag which I am lusting over (it has been in the basket a few times btw on their website). I love the simplicity in design, and the thick gold zips across the top of the bag see here, and all of its cute little compartments placed one after the other, which means it looks practical for university and for work for keeping all those papers flat and crumple free.
2. Knitted Nep Textured Jumper from Topshop £36.00
One thing you can never have too many of is big cosy winter knits. This sage coloured knit with a black fleck running throughout is a gorgeous colour, very subtle, but a great alternative to some of the duller winter colours. Cheeky ol' Topshop have 20% off for students which ends tonight at midnight. Don't miss it. I've also got my eyes on this lovely knitted dip dye chunky jumper here. The color looks good enough to eat!
3. Red Check PU Collar Shirt from £25.00
Whilst flicking through this weeks Look Magazine over a cup of tea yesterday I stumbled across this gorgeous tartan shirt. Not being Scottish, but being a huge fan of the tartan print, I thought this would be a perfect new addition to my collection. What grabbed me also was the pleather collar. Yes I said it, pleather. I thought this would look great with my recently purchased leather skirt and a pair of ankle boots.
4. Dede Stud Back Tab Tall Boots from Topshop £88.00
I tried these just below the knee studded leather boots in my local Topshop a couple of weeks ago. In the picture they look quite shiny but they are just a plain dull leather. I loved the stud detailing on the buckle and the stud detail up the entire back length of the boot. They are a really simple, and classic style which will never go out of fashion. The leather is so soft and they are so comfy as I wandered around the store in them eyeing them up in every mirror as I went passed. But for £88.00, I am still undecided.
5. Pony Skin Messenger Bag With Tassles also from Zara £59.99
I am really loving the chain straps on the recent messenger bag designs and satchels. This leopard print bag is so adorable you almost want to scoop it up into your arms, and never let it go.I like the bags uniqueness with the additional tassles and the gold detailing. I have been on the leopard print bandwagon for years, and I am not getting off of it anytime soon. A bag that'll see  you through from day-time to evening.
6. iPad 2 16GB in White £329.00
A brand new addition to the wish list's, an electrical product. Already owning an iphone, for some reason I didn't particularly see the point in getting an iPad, as it just seemed to be a larger version of the iPhone, apart from the fact you can't make calls with it, which being the size it is, would look silly if you held it up to your ear. After getting one recently as a gift for a relative I haven't been able to keep my hands off it when in their presence. It seems perfect for everything, meaning I could save my laptop for uni work only. The iPad 3 looks great, however for an extra £70, you're only really getting better connection speeds and a higher picture resolution. I think I will save that £70 to perhaps buy a couple of items on my wish list! A bonus is that being a student you are able to get 15% off Apple Products. I think it would be silly not to invest!

7. Converse All Star Shearling Hi Trainers £60.00 with Free Delivery from
Saving my favorite till last. How unbelievably cute are these for this Autumn/Winter. Already owning a number of high tops, a pair for the latter part of the year wouldn't go a miss. The material of these is black suede with a faux sheepskin lining the inside. I bet it will be like walking about in slippers all day, and so delightfully cosy on the toes during the the colder months. These will definitely be something I'm investing in.
Still feeling pretty under the weather with a stinking cold, but catching up on some reading and notes to do with university.
If you love vintage pieces check out Asos The Vintage Edit here for some great key trends for this Autumn/Winter.

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