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Known for her perfect beachy waves, tanned limbs and innate sense of style, Lucy Williams is the British fashion blogger renowned for always getting it right. And now she’s bringing her know-how to the high street, with a curated edit for affordable stalwart Warehouse.
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Seventies trends are on the agenda for autumn, with brown colours, suede fabrics and quirky stripes all featuring, plus winter is covered too thanks to stylish coats, knits and layers. Here’s why it’s the collection you need to shop now…
 

Orange stripes plus dark denim is the 70s style starter kit. Tuck in and add gold chains for a modern spin.

The secret to making florals cool? Clashing. Add snakeskin boots to flower prints for fashion points, throwing a furry coat on top for a luxe bonus.

This brown suede two-piece may not be out yet, but with its on-trend colour palette and matchy-matchy vibes, it’s well worth keeping an eye out for.

Forget boring, neutral knits; for a more impactful approach, try this cornflower offering teamed with varying blue shades for a cohesive look.

We all know animal print is firmly on this season’s agenda, but opting for a red version will help you stand out from the pack. Make like Lucy and add directional cowboy boots, or stick to a more classic brown option for a timeless approach.

Hands up if you can’t wait for coat season? This teddy bear style is the perfect extra layer over chunky knits and skinnies later this year.

Checked pieces are going no where this season and we love coats and tailoring in the easy-to-wear print. A long coat is the easiest way to give a mini grown-up status, so team this checked trench with on-trend leather skirt for a surprisingly sophisticated edit.

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