Does anyone else find summer dressing surprisingly easy but come unstuck when autumn hits?
As July welcomes in sunny skies, I slouch around in strappy maxis, cropped tops and mini skirts. Come August, I’m snapping up light wash denim and fresh white trainers.
And then, it’s September.
As we enter early autumn, cloudy days follow unexpected heatwaves, and drizzly spells disrupt al fresco plans. This in-between weather calls for versatile layers, long-sleeved tops and lightweight knits.
Best Of Both Blouse
Long sleeves to ward off the chill of a 2am Uber wait? Check. Sheer dotty fabric that’s breezy enough for the dance floor? Affirmative. Airy *and* autumn-ready, the Margo blouse is ideal for September nights out. Pair her with jeans for pints at your local, or leather-look trousers for your next girls’ reunion.
Our best-kept secret for easy September styling? Shackets! Warmer than a shirt but lighter than a jacket, these cosy cover-ups were basically made for confusing weather. While we’ve paired this checked style with leather-look shorts, this versatile piece looks amazing layered over skirts, dresses and trousers too.
The autumn-proof Ambre blouse teams a comfy fit with a classic print – and we’re obsessed! In warmer weather, this suit-all shirt looks gorge with cropped jeans and white trainers. As temps drop, wear her with faux leather skinnies and chunky boots.
Colour Pop Cardi
Yep, it’s cardi season! We’re loving the Dollie cardigan in bold animal print, a long-sleeved style that will add both comfort and colour to your September wardrobe. While we’ve styled this cosy cover-up with heels, she looks just as good paired with ankle boots.
All hail Jonah, the wear-anywhere shirt dress that pairs hot pink florals with autumnal leaves. Team this flattering mini with strappy heels and a faux leather jacket and take her to bars, beer gardens and bottomless brunches.
The bestselling Blaze boilersuit is our comfiest one-piece yet! With its adjustable drawstring waist and soft-feel corduroy finish, this cosy one-piece works just as well for a lazy Sunday as it does for that upcoming pub quiz. On colder days, throw on an oversized shacket.