Autumn Essentials From Our Favourite Designer | sheerluxe.com
If you’re not already following Anine Bing on Instagram, you’re missing a trick. Founder of her eponymous, internationally renowned label, the Danish native is a regular source of inspo with her inimitably chic-meets-rock-chick style, lust-worthy LA hacienda and boss-lady attitude. Fans of her collection will be easily seduced by Autumn/Winter offerings – from sophisticated camel coats to signature slogan tees, there’s a little something for everyone. Here’s how to get her killer look…
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A lot of my fall wardrobe is filled with solid, darker colours but I still make room for my favourite fall patterns to create a statement look. This houndstooth silk shirt is bold and simple, taking a classic pattern and pairing it with an unexpected material for a refined look that still feels spirited.
I love outfits that feel effortless and intentional at the same time. I already live in dark wash denim and graphic tees all year, but I love adding a more feminine layer like a cashmere sweater for that undone look that will keep you cosy.
Fall is the perfect time to master layering. I believe that the right jacket has the power to make an outfit look classic, and still contemporary. The perfect coat is laid-back and loose in structure so it’s easy to layer thicker knits underneath while still looking polished.
Camel is one of my favourite neutrals of the season. Mixing this warmer colour with a textured bottom creates an easy fall uniform you can pair with boots and jackets. I love mixing the hard of a leather miniskirt with the soft feminine look of a cashmere sweater for a look that feels elevated but still appears as though it didn’t take a lot of planning.

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