The SL Team Share Their New Season Picks

From double-breasted blazers to hooded coats, statement hair accessories to chunky gold chains, NET-A-PORTER’s new collection is full of autumn hero pieces. Here, the SL editors choose the items they’re putting at the top of their wish list…

Charlotte Collins, Fashion Editor

"I’m saving monochrome pieces for later in the season – for now I’ll be transitioning with bright injections of pink, acid-wash denim and statement gold accessories. Pair Rixo’s floral pleated midi with clashing tops now, and black knitwear later."

I love this piece's berry hue and relaxed fit. It's perfect with long boots and a gilet for a seasonal feel but will also, in true Marant style, look great with sandals and sunnies come spring.

Lu Hough, Style Director

"Naturally, I’m looking for classics with a feminine twist. Shirts and great denim are key components of my autumn uniform, and a pie-crust detail here and a high-waisted fit there will be perfect for long work days and evenings out, alike."

Leather shorts are a cool alternative to a skirt for autumn; a chunky knit, biker boots and a long coat will make you forget about those bare legs.

Laura Black, Deputy Editor

"I'm keen to elevate my autumn wardrobe with some key basics this year – a great slip, some leather trousers and everyday boots will pep up my existing pieces. I’m also adding an evening-appropriate bodysuit and a statement headband to my wish list…"

Autumn doesn't have to mean switching to darks - I love this pretty, feminine piece for a softer take on September dressing. I'll be adding towering boots and a long trench for seasonal cool.

Polly Sayer, Fashion Assistant

"From a great camel blazer to chunky boots, I’ll be investing in classics to carry me through to spring. Pretty blouses and a great gold necklace will add a touch of glamour to my everyday look." 

I love that neutral leather shirts are popping up more this season as a feminine alternative to black. I'll be layering one over pretty skirts for a balanced look.

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