A navy overcoat is my absolute winter wardrobe staple and the Anine Bing Dylan is a classic investment piece I know I’ll wear season after season.
No edit for me is complete without a white frilly shirt, and Sandro have delivered this season. There’s no danger of feeling prim in this piece thanks to oversized collars and cuffs.
Anni Lu Earrings
Forget stuffy pearl stereotypes - new season gold and pearl combinations are proving the look can feel fresh, and these earrings are the perfect quick update.
Ever since I tried these jeans in the new Sézane store in Notting Hill, I’ve been obsessed. They’re such a flattering shape and the length gives the illusion of supermodel pins.
Slouchy cardigans are the knitwear shape of the season, and this Max Mara style is the perfect blend of cosy and cool.
Head-to-toe cream is an easy hack for looking pulled together, and this slip skirt is the perfect foundation for chunky neutral layers.
Autumn is my favourite season as I finally get to wear all my chunky knits. Massimo Dutti is a surprising high street hit for layers this year.
The perfect point and ideal heel height, these boots will quite literally go with anything.
Red Check Jacket
Another hero from the new Anine collection – perfect styled with skinny jeans and ankle boots (I love to channel my inner Ryan Gosling).
The Leather Skirt
I had my eye on this skirt last season and & Other Stories have brought this classic shape back again. the asymmetric lines add a modern twist to make it feel more relevant.
White boots have been a style staple for a few seasons, and this pair – with its pointed toe, gold studs and hardware – will add a cool statement to any outfit.
Another Massimo Dutti hit, these bouclé trousers will be perfect with black roll necks and leather bikers later in the season.
Arket is my go-to for high street cashmere. It’s a great price point so, once I find a style that suits, I stock up on multiple colours