Weekly Wish List | An Autumnal Skirt to Covet

A-Line Leather Skirt Wish List

Check print midi dress by GANNI | Leather backpack by Kin by John Lewis | Joie De Vivre sweatshirt by Sugarhill Boutique | What Happened by Hillary Rodham Clinton | Square scarf by M&S | Suede slingback heels by Topshop | A-line leather skirt by Biba | Satin camisole by H&M | Paint splat cushion by Oliver Bonas | Frayed wide leg jeans by Topshop

This is the first Weekly Wish List post to go live during September, and fittingly it’s a super-juicy one! If you haven’t already started updating your Autumn/Winter wardrobe, you’re certainly going to give your debit card a workout after seeing these beauties…

GANNI’s check print midi dress is topping my wish list right now. And I’m almost certain we’ll see it on at least one style blogger during New York Fashion Week (my money is on Damsel in Dior‘s Jacey Duprie). I’d pair it with neutral, stiletto ankle boots and a understated handbag, as the dress speaks loudly enough on its own.

I also have my eye on Biba’s A-line leather skirt (which will look great with ruffled or embroidered blouses), H&M’s satin camisole (perfect for layering over long-sleeved stripe tees), and Topshop’s suede slingback heels.

And, outside the parameters of fashion, I also can’t wait for Hillary Clinton’s memoir to drop next week. What Happened is set to be Clinton’s most personal memoir to date, in which she reveals exactly how she was feeling during the 2016 presidential election. However you feel about her politics, you cannot deny this will be the most talked about book of the year. You can pre-order on Amazon now.

Which style buys are topping your wish lists this week? And are you also excited to read Hillary Clinton’s memoir? Leave a comment below to have your say…


  1. I literally want everything here, this is the perfect wishlist for starting fall. I love the awesome dress.


  2. Jandrew says:

    The Ganni checked dress is a go to for fall . Large bold plaids are so hot this season !
    Dress The Part


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