Our Fashion Editor’s Picks Of The Month
The Footwear: Topshop Boots
Affordable autumn/winter boots don’t get better than at Topshop. This season, everything from red patent croc to glittery sock boots feature in their collection - trust me, they’re the best on the high street.
The Accessory: Statement Earrings
Alessandra Rich’s statement earrings may not be new, but as the festive season approaches they’re the perfect party piece to jazz up even the simplest of outfits. Add to all black for a dramatic look.
The Brand: With Nothing Underneath
With Nothing Underneath is the name to know for oversized, borrowed-from-the-boys shirts that do exactly what you want them to. Inspired by mens tailoring, but intended for women, their 100% cotton shirts are the ultimate boyfriend styles.
The Piece: Velvet Jacket
I didn’t expect to find my hero piece for A/W at Jigsaw, but a wander into their store last week proved fruitful. As soon as I spotted this long, velvet jacket it was love - I’ll be belting and wearing over long boots, kimono style.
The Partywear: Self-Portrait
It will come as news to no one that Self-Portrait is seriously good right now. From statement sequin tops to dramatic party dresses, their midnight blue pieces offer a cool alternative to black at this time of year.
The New Collection: Sleeper The Label
I’ve long been a fan of Sleeper The Label - their linens are summer heroes. But the new riff on their signature pyjama set is easily their coolest style yet, with unexpected polka dots, block colouring and tulle adding interest to the party-ready look.
The Trend: Fair Isle Knits
It may be a little early for mulled wine and carols, but if like me you’re ready to embrace the festive spirit, a fair isle jumper is the transitional piece you need. From Isabel Marant to Acne, the look is part of the outdoor-chic trend that’s everywhere right now - just add hiking boots and an oversized puffer.
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