The Golden Hour

Judging by the turn of weather on Monday, it’s clear that summer is well and truly over. The high temperatures of last week were a lovely surprise, but it’s time to accept the appearance of our winter coats once more. That said – when the weather is nice – this time of year is beautiful; the low sun gives everything a gorgeous, golden glow. The leaves turn from luscious green to a bright but warm yellow, before curling under at the corners as they form a crisp, autumnal confetti in every hue from cinnamon brown to rust and ruby. Sadly, the rain came on Monday and it didn’t stop for three days straight; I was delighted to see the sun shining brightly in a clear blue sky again on Thursday morning – but how long will it last? This is Scotland, so no one really knows… But, daydreamers, let’s enjoy the golden hour while it lasts.




These photos were taken last week when it was still fairly warm, but with the simple addition of a fur gilet, opaque tights and a pretty thermal camisole, you can enjoy the denim skirt for a few weeks longer…

I’m Wearing: denim shirt, my mum’s; denim skirt, ASDA (similar); sunglasses, M&Co; hat, Next; boots, Next.

WIN! I’m giving away these sunglasses and boots (size UK6) – stay tuned to my social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter and Instagram) this weekend to find out how to win. 



  1. michelle tyler 10th October 2015 / 14:53

    Woo Hoo you’re wearing one of my favourite combo’s – Burgundy & denim! Love everything about this outfit from the hat (you wore before, love that) & sunnies down to those smokin’ hot boots! Anoher great post Christina xxx

    • Christina Miller 20th October 2015 / 19:37

      Hi Michelle
      Thanks for such lovely words! I’ve never done denim and burgandy before – you do it very well, but then you are gorgeous and look good in everything!
      The boots are a great bargain but not entirely comfy…. the hat is amazing isn’t it? You should definitely get it.
      C x

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