As we start to take tentative steps towards normal life again, the autumn/winter fashion outlook is bold and confident, and what goes into our wardrobes this season will have to be harder-working than ever. The underlying theme of the most wearable trends this season is comfort. Jumpers are layered under boiler suits, shirts are paired with dresses and knits see no limits in terms of length, layering and accessorising. All of this is overlaid with strong, confident colours to get us back to feeling our best. 

Here are our top picks of the most wearable AW21 trends...

High/Low Dressing
Stepping out of the loungewear you've spent the last 18 months in doesn't mean you have to forego all comfort now. Layer pretty blouses or camis with a cosy stylish knit for day or evening, or pair the trending boiler suit with a chunky roll neck jumper for a utilitarian and super-comfy look. 


Dauphine jumpsuit 

Hugo cardi in camel & Gabrielle blouse 


No-limits knits
Knitwear lovers (and who isn't) will relish the fact that anything goes when it comes to knits this season. Extra long maxis, double layers and copious accessories are all allowed. 


Eloise jumper in denim blue 

Eloise jumper in 8 shades


Go green
Green is the colour of new life and new beginnings and its big news this season. The bolder the shade, the better. 


Agnes maxi dress in khaki

Hugo cardi in emerald


Shades of brown
Browns of every shade are also big news this season. Don't be afraid to pair your taupes with your caramels and coffees to produce an elegant, singular look. 


Ambre midi dress

Eloise jumper in camel & Suzanne belt in taupe (sold out)     



Shirt dressing
One of the most wearable trends of AW21 is shirt dressing - the simple act of tucking your favourite crisp white blouse under a dress or a jumper. Better still, wear a jumper with shirt detailing built in! No thought involved - we love it!


Iris jumper in black

Emilie jumper in camel


Ready to plan your autumn wardrobe? Explore our AW21 collection now. 

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