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Autumn walk wishlist

Earlier this week I was sorting through some photos on Picasa and came across this image of a walk we went on in Fordingbridge last November.  As much as I'm loving the sunshine this week it did make me feel a little nostalgic for tramping through the woods in welly boots and wearing hats and gloves.  If the weather gets cold next week you know who to blame!


We've been to a couple of open air cinema screenings recently and the temperature certainly drops at night so I must admit I've taken a secret glee in packing blankets, shearling lined hoodies and woolly hats.  Now we're in the 'transition period' and A/W items have started appearing in the shops I've started noting down my most wanted items for the many autumnal walks I'll be taking - with Bodhi in tow and a roast dinner at a country pub at the end of course!



1. Barbour Cable Knit Jumper - £99.95
I'm loving everything by Barbour at the moment and I'm desperate for a Barbour waxed jacket. This cable knit jumper looks like it would be so cosy - to be worn next to a log fire with a glass of mulled wine.

2. Coopers for ASOS wax biker jacket - £160
This is the wax jacket of my dreams - I love the contrast corduroy lapel. Sadly it is a little out of my budget, but maybe by the time it gets cold enough to wear it I might have enough in my savings jar!

3. Joules Tweed Fieldcoat, £220
Another swoonworthy jacket, another gaspworthy price.  Still, in 100% wool it is rather an investment jacket. And it has foxes on the poppers, so....

4. Upland Wellington Boots, Equestrian Clearance, £51.99
Another Autumn means another good pair of wellies and these neoprene lined boots with side zip look like they'd last for Autumns to come.

5. Herschel Survey Backpack, £55
I usually take a backpack with me on long dog walks so I can pack my SLR and all my other bits I cart around, I love the shape of these Herschel backpacks, inspired by vintage mountaineering equipment they look perfect for slinging on for a forest adventure (plus you wouldn't lose me!)

6. ASOS Cable Knit Ears Beanie, £12
I love chunky, cream cable knit and this hat makes me smile, perfect for keeping nice and toasty!

Sorry to all you summer-bugs out there, I couldn't resist a little Autumn wishlist, the weather forecast for this week is looking great so you don't have to drag your welly boots out just yet!

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7 comments

  1. I am really hoping to invest in a Barbour jacket for this Autumn! x

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  2. I love the tweed jacket. I need to sort out what I want to buy this Autumn, new clothes are essential! x

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  3. Fox poppers you say? V.nice! I'm having the same sort of thoughts about autumn, especially as I picked up a pretty sweet raincoat today. I might have said "I'm ready for it to rain now", so you can blame me if it does!

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  4. Noooo, we can't have autumn just yet, i'm taking the guides camping this weekend and it'll be so miserable spending a weekend on the beach if the weather is rubbish.

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  5. I'm so ready for autumn now! (Give it three months and ill be ready for summer all over again!) but there's nothing quite like tramping through muddy forests in your wellies! I think autumn is definitely Toby's favourite month too as he gets much longer walks as this summer it's just been far too hot for the majority of it. And by then end you feel perfectly justified in a indulging a pub lunch by a roaring fire - well you can't do hat in the summer can you?

    Jenni x

    Bows Bangles & Bakes

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  6. I love getting the layers on for A/W! Great pics;)

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  7. I love that picture of you on your walk!

    I'm trying to diet/exercise myself into a gorgeous pair of Hunter boots. My calves are just too Rubenesque to fit at the moment, but I really want nice wellies to go for woodland walks in!

    Angela xx
    Little Apple Tree

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