See out the end of November with these inspired outfits …
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Suiting that also looks comfortable, we love how Sarah Harris teams her crisp white two-piece with a black turtleneck proving knitwear can very much work as evening wear. (Shop our guide to contemporary suiting here.)
White shirts aren’t just for summer: we love the Victorian feel to this wide collar blouse which goes perfectly with jeans and mesh flats.
Wear a dramatic faux fur coat with jeans and a cotton T-shirt: it’s the ultimate dressy-casual look.
If in doubt, always opt for a camel coat – it’s crisp, classic and cool. Look to Massimo Dutti, COS and Whistles for reliable high street hits.
Go tonal in hues of chocolate, toffee and rust: we love this look worn by fashion insider Laura Vidrequin Roso which nods to the colour of the moment, brown.
A tactile, cropped jacket is a nice alternative to the longline styles which abound right now. We’re waiting patiently for this one, by Arket, to restock.
Tired of winter boots? A pair of crisp white trainers always looks fresh, especially when worn with shades of slate grey, indigo denim and fail-safe black.
Style up the season’s sequin slip skirt with a crewneck jumper (look for one in a material such as grey marl), and finish with a sharp-shoulder blazer for an alternative day-to-night look.
How to wear a mini skirt? Layer it with a T-shirt, knit and an excellent collarless coat. Add a pair of leather knee-high boots for a contemporary nod to the 1960s.
New rule: do not underestimate the sheer joy a gold jacket can bring to your wardrobe. This one works excellently with black denim and the season’s bow embellished shoes.