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Stylist Favourites

Our stylists’ favourite new arrivals

Our stylists’ favourite new arrivals

Our stylists aren’t afraid to admit that they play favourites, and autumn tops their list of seasons by a country mile, which means narrowing down their top items to just one was no easy feat. But they got there, and their picks are good. Like a bonfire-in-the-woods-on-a-chilly-October-night good. If autumn wasn’t your favourite season already, it’s about to be.

Wax London Navarino Mac 3.0 Midnight Tweed 

“The Navarino Mac is where it all started for Wax London, and now that they’ve updated it in the pattern we all fell in love with last year, we can’t wait to get our hands on it,” says stylist Toby Standing.

Kestin Hare Inverness Trouser 

“Everyone deserves an essential like this trouser on their style roster this autumn. It’s water repellent, has a great fit, and it’s easy to bring into your casual and smart casual wardrobe,” says stylist Freddie Kemp.

Photographed: Far Afield Combin Knit (£95)

Far Afield Combin Knit

“Sometimes all your wardrobe needs is a bright knit in a classic, seasonal silhouette to level it up, and this one from Far Afield will ace the job,” says stylist Alice Watt. 

Oliver Spencer Arbury Scarf 

“If you’re a bit weary of wearing a bold colour but want to push yourself a little bit, then this scarf from Oliver Spencer is a solid option,” says stylist Brooke Philips.

Photographed: Tiger of Sweden Pejer St Shirt (£99)

Tiger of Sweden Pejer St Shirt 

“We might be heading into autumn, but that doesn’t mean you have to move away from camp collar shirt. This one from Tiger of Sweden comes in a nice jewel tone that will complement your wardrobe,” says stylist Alexander McCalla.

Photographed: Converse Chuck 70 renew high (£75)

Converse Chuck 70 Renew High 

"These are the Converse that we all know and love, remodelled in renewed fabric that’s constructed from discarded material, meaning you can dress well and feel good about it,” says stylist Millie Rich.

Photographed: Kurt Geiger Cade Chelsea Boots (£169)

Kurt Geiger Cade Chelsea Boots 

“Chelsea boots may be known for those that are suited and booted, but the combat soles on this pair from Kurt Geiger lend the tried-and-true staple a more casual vibe and a workwear edge,” says stylist Luke McDonald. 


Words: Allison Pavlick