6 Inexpensive Early Autumn Finds Worth Checking Out

From the leaves turning to cosy evenings, Autumn is without a doubt my favourite season. So right now I'm in my element, looking forward to things to come, including all the autumnal blog posts I have planned!

First up, I wanted to share a few recent inexpensive finds that suit the new season perfectly. From a uniquely yummy shower product, I can't get enough of, to a few bargain style pieces and a new go-to nail polish shade. I'd love to know what you love the look of here!

New Look Circle Cross Body Bag £17.99
Each season I like to treat myself to a new handbag and this Autumn I decided to go for this stunning cross body that's ultra affordable. From the gold hardware to the subtle blush nude shade (slightly more blush toned in real life) and even the saddle shape I love everything about this bag. It's also pretty versatile as it features a detachable chain strap. Simply a stunning handbag that looks a lot more than its £18 price tag! BUY HERE via ASOS

New Look Lightweight Check Scarf £5.99
Another New Look find that I couldn't resist for Autumn. I was in need of a new check scarf and this one fit the bill and was the most affordable on ASOS. Nicely lightweight, not to mention soft, this will be perfect for the next few months and will also double up as a blog prop for me! BUY HERE via ASOS

NSPA White Chocolate Macaroon Bath & Shower Foam £3.00
Another thing I like to change up with a new season is my shower gel, switching fruity and uplifting scents for more warming and comforting ones. I'm already all about gourmand scents so after smelling the new  NSPA 'Let Them Eat Cake' range in Asda recently I went for this gorgeous white chocolate macaroon scented bath & shower foam. Which at 500ml is a huge bottle and for only £3!

Whipped together with real Cocoa Extract and Sweet Almond Oil the scent is fairly authentic to a delicious white chocolate macaroon and for that reason, I can't get enough of it - just so yummy but not sickly sweet! BUY HERE or in-store at ASDA

DW Home White Pumpkin Candle £3.99
Each Autumn I head to my local Homesense store to pick up a few seasonal candles as they have by far the best selection. My favourite range that Homesense always seems to stock are the DW Home Candles which come in the most aesthetically pleasing ombre glass jars and always in spot on seasonal scents.

After sniffing them all I decided to go with the very yummy 'White Pumpkin' candle which is described as smooth pumpkin puree and golden brown sugar blended with toasted nutmeg, crushed clove, and spicy cinnamon, folded into a creamy cake batter. Dreamy, right? I'm sure I will be back for a few more scents before Autumn is out. Find DW Home candles via eBay here.

Barry M Molten Metal Nail Paint in Gold Rush £3.99
The fairly new released Barry M Molten Metal range recently peaked my interest as it contains 4 stunning duo chrome style shades. Within the small range, I went for Pink Ice and Gold Rush.

Since then Gold Rush hasn't been off my nails as it's a stunning gold/pink duo-chrome that is such a lovely autumnal shade. Compared to other liquid metal type nail polishes the range doesn't highlight imperfections in the nails or applies streaky, in fact quite the opposite, applying with ease and looking smooth on the nails. I've really glad I picked up this shade! BUY HERE

Dainty Silver Pine Cone Necklace 99p
Lastly, I recently picked up yet another bargain necklace from eBay... because I simply couldn't resist it. As I don't wear jewellery that often I like to pick up ultra affordable pieces and find the quality from my past eBay buys to be similar to that of high street stores such as New Look and Primark. This tiny pine cone necklace also comes in gold in the above link. 

You can also find a tiny Hedgehog necklace here which I'm also tempted to buy! 

I hope you've found a few autumnal bargains here! 

If you have any autumn blog post ideas or anything you would like to see in the next month, let me know in the comments below! 

Fee xo.
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