I’m Anti-Trend, But These New-Season Items Work With My Autumn Capsule Wardrobe

Fashion month has finally drawn to a close and it has been nothing short of excellence—from the fashion-forward silhouettes of Scandinavian brands showcased at Copenhagen Fashion Week and the exuberance of Haute Couture to the Paris Fashion Week runways. I was lucky enough to experience some outstanding pieces in the flesh, many of which I’ve added to my imaginary wish list. I’ve come back down to earth and drawn my attention to the slew of A/W that’s been landing in the new-in sections and my goodness have they been good.

While I’ve been squeezing the last drops out of summer and donning carefree frocks when the sun rears its head, now is the best time to start evaluating your clothes for the upcoming seasons as for the majority of us, chilly temperatures await. At the first glimpse of autumn, I turn my attention to the conviviality of Christmas on the horizon (I may have a slight penchant for the festivities) and how I can make my wardrobe more weather-appropriate. Typically my colour pallet deepens and becomes awash with richer tones  but this year, I’ve thrown in some wildcards in the form of a buttery hue (more on that below) and I also turn my attention to the power of outerwear, layering pieces and jewels aplenty (my moto – pile them high). Fear not, fellow lovers of dresses, short sleeves can be swapped for their lengthier counterparts which is no task given the elongated length trend and it may soon be time to refresh the hosiery draw.

The cusp of seasons is also a playful time for fashion. There’s something directional about mixing textures whilst the weather still calls for it too. Contrary to popular belief, I don’t believe it’s time to pack linens away just yet. Instead, pair them with hardened and silken textures to make the most out of your wardrobe. Keep reading to see more examples of wardrobe recycling, plus the styles I’m most drawn to for the upcoming seasons. 

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