Autumn Fashion – Crunch Through the Leaves in Style

Pumpkin spice lattes, crispy leaves and cloudy afternoons are here, so it’s time to get the autumn wardrobe refreshed and ready to impress. Arguably the best season for the fashion-conscious, autumn offers everything from chunky knits, stylish layers, a dreamy colour pallet and versatile boots. Here is your guide to upping your fashion game this autumn. 

Chunky Knits

Whether a cosy jumper or a staple cardigan, chunky knits are timeless autumn and winter essentials. Smart jumpers and roll necks paired with jeans and cardigans over a pretty top can all complete an outfit. This year’s all about soft tones, pretty patterns and oversized knits. This Floral Cardigan could be worn to work or dinner with friends. How stunning is the design? Imagine strolling through the park in this gorgeous plum Anne Weyburn Chunky Knit Turtleneck Jumper. Wide-striped jumpers are a great option, and these can be paired with short skirts and boots, leggings, jeans or office wear.


Autumn can be hard to get right temperature-wise. The sun slices through the trees moments after a rain shower. Layers are your friend this season. As we have already covered cardigans, let’s look at other options. It may not be cold enough yet to wear a winter coat, but how about a blazer? This stunning and sophisticated check blazer has the perfect blend of autumnal tones.

Another great layering idea is a lightweight scarf. This Esprit Openwork Scarf is a soft hue that would lift any autumn ensemble.


It’s time for boots to shine. Knee-high boots and ankle boots are versatile staple wardrobe musts during the cooler months. Picture these khaki knee highs over jeans or leggings, or pair them with a faux leather mini. 

If it’s creams and beiges you’re after, these Le Temps Des Cerises Flat Heel Ankle Boots are divine. They’ll take you from the puddles to the bar in style and would look exceptional with a jumper dress, skinny jeans or a long skirt.


From vivid shades to quiet tones, there are no rules with autumn colours. However, natural hues such as camel, tan, beige, white and soft greys will look elegant yet cosy. Whites are also an excellent autumn option, particularly as a base layer. Check and striped patterns can make an outfit pop, especially heavier items such as oversized knits and jackets.

Why not be adventurous and indulge in rich purple or burnt orange? Picture the leaves that crunch beneath you this time of year – it’s incredible how many colours swirl amongst them.


Belts are a great autumn accessory as they can really help complete an outfit and cinch the waste. Hats, scarves, bags, jewellery and even sunglasses can add the all-important finishing touches. Your autumn bag should be practical while making a statement. Consider this Nat & Nin Thylane Leather Tote Bag – classy, chic and big enough for all essentials. The perfect autumn must-have in a colour that will warm your heart.

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