Charlotte Collins: This outfit is as quintessentially Parisian as it gets, as well as being an easy shortcut to that illustrious Gallic look. A Breton, jeans, pumps and quilted jacket? It’s French-style, made easy.'
Polly Sayer: A Breton stripe and jeans is such an easy win, but I love the way Blair has added interest with pearl detail. From the cardi trim to the brooch, it’s preppy dressing at its best.
CC: I love this autumnal twist on shorts – chunky boots takes the bare leg look right into the new season, while a dramatic long cape will stop you feeling too exposed.
PS: If you’re stuck on what to wear during this transitional period, Alison demonstrates a great way to make shorts work in cooler months. Opting for leather feels a little more season appropriate – plus, she’s inspired me to try a cape and dig out last year’s chunky boots.
CC: Polished and chic, this is the perfect nothing-to-wear outfit – and chances are everyone has these essentials in their wardrobe already. Add a swept back bun and a red lip for a bit of glam.
PS: Proof that the chicest looks are often the simplest, this trench, straight jeans and ballet flats combo screams French girl chic. While a full-length coat would also look great, the shorter length makes everything feel more modern.
CC: Giorgia Tordini can do no wrong, so it's no surprise to see her nail smart/casual dressing. A towering pair of heels, an overshirt and bronzed legs equate to the perfect evening look for this time of year.
PS: You can always count on Giorgia for chic, unexpected outfit combinations. I love how she’s made the utility trend ultra-feminine with matching khaki shorts and satin heels, while the oversized shacket injects some laidback glamour.