The outfits we love right now blend glamour with an undone kind of cool. Plus, there’s plenty of room for great knitwear, too …
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Consider a knitted polo top instead of a cable-knit or crewneck jumper (see our guide to the most luxurious knits here) – we love how Mathilde Lacombe styles hers over a body with belted jeans and a crisp trench.
If in doubt turn to black and white tailoring – this look by Camilla & Marc is just the ticket. The textured bag and shoes add seasonal interest, too.
If the current trend for nightwear as evening wear evades you then look to some savy styling tricks. Great basics like a white T-shirt, knitted cardigan and flat boots make the look more accessible.
No, it’s not too early to embrace red – especially if the details are corduroy, patent and tartan prints à la Sarah Corbett-Winder.
Speaking of dressing up, always aim for your dress to be as luscious as your choice of dessert! A dramatic V-neckline feels very now.
And for day … a double-breasted coat is still our go-to as high street iterations of the classic jacket continue to sell out. We are patiently awaiting a restock at COS and Massimo Dutti so we can nab our very own.
Pearls don’t have to be classic, as seen on this pair styled with a tactile midi-dress. Balance the look with low-key hair and make-up – it’ll ensure you look contemporary.
A studded bag is always in style – as spotted on style influencer Monikh at the launch of Mango’s latest collaboration with Jen Ceballos.
Upgrade your outerwear look with a pop of red – whether it’s a scarf, a knitted hood or a hat. As seen on journalist Monica Ainley who took her J Crew cold weather gear to the beaches of Ballycotton, Co Cork.
Low-key, comfortable and chic: a cream cardigan and straight-leg jeans are a luxurious November combination.