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Five of our stylists' favourite new arrivals for autumn

Five of our stylists' favourite new arrivals for autumn

Earthy tones, the smell of woodsmoke,the crunch of fallen leaves – you’d be hard-pressed to find a season that offers more in the sensory department than autumn. And the wardrobe department? That’s in a whole other league too. It’s all luxurious, cosy fabrics, and layers upon more layers. That’s why it always takes an extra afternoon (usually a chilly, chunky knit-clad one) for our stylists to whittle a long list of favourites down to the core five they think will see you through this season – and many more to come – in style. And we must say, they were worth all that whittling.

1. Colourful Standard classic organic sweatpants 

“These navy sweatpants from Colourful Standard are perfect for staying comfy at home,” says stylist Artemis Crowley. “But they’re also minimal enough to style with an overshirt and a tee when you're out and about and don't want to look like you just rolled off the sofa – even if you have.”

 2. Oliver Spencer rollneck jumper

“A rollneck jumper is the perfect piece for interesting layering,” say stylist Izzy Harvey. “I love the textured panels in this Oliver Spencer knit. The mid-weight style isn't too chunky, so it can be styled under jackets and overcoats. Plus, the muted tones give a perfect autumnal feel.” 

3. Selected Homme cord jacket

“I'm a big fan of short jackets at this time of year,” says stylist Toby Standing. “And cord is a great fabric for autumn, especially in nice earthy tones. This jacket by Selected Homme combines both. It works really well as a throw-on item for colder days, but will also be great as a mid-layer later in the year.”

4. Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s

Photographed: Converse Chuck Taylor 1970s Ox (£69)

“Autumn is still trainers season,” say stylist Millie Rich. “And there's a great amount of colour that trainers can bring into your look without being neon or distracting. These low-top Chuck Taylors come in a great dusty orange shade that’s perfect for the end of the year.”

5. Rains waterproof jacket

Photographed: Rains Jacket (£75)

“You've been saying it to yourself every year, but now it's finally the time to invest in a waterproof,” says stylist Freddie Kemp. “This Rains coat is lightweight, so it's ideal for transitioning into winter with some interesting layering, while its minimal aesthetic makes it versatile enough to throw over pretty much any look.”


Words: Ella White
Styling: Artemis Crowley, Izzy Harvey, Millie Rich, Toby Standing, Freddie Kemp