Taking your Wardrobe from Spring/Summer to Autumn/Winter

Transitioning your Summer wardrobe to a Winter wardrobe can often be a little tricky. We’re so used to donning shorts and tee’s, buying a duffle coat and jumpers feels a bit alien! It’s important to utilise your summer favourites in the Autumn months, as opposed to adopting a whole new wardrobe.

Here are a few of the biggest trends this Autumn to guide you through what you need to buy.

Knitted Polos

Turtle necks are one of the ultimate in Autumn classics. If thick knitted jumpers aren’t your thing, you can always try and go for a thinner knitted polo shirt layered with a casual tee. We love a knitted polo because they can be worn to both smart and casual occasions.

Fur Hooded Coats

For obvious reasons, the Autumn means you need to invest in some fresh outerwear and this season no coat shape was more popular than the fur hooded coat. If you want a coat that is actually going to keep you warm, as well as looking fresh, go for a classic ParaJumpers Right Hand Man Coat. Their iconic look is instantly recognisable and never goes out of style.


Loose Trousers

We don’t know about you but for us, the colder months are all about comfort first. The great news is that hems are finally loosening up next season. Trousers that are wider at the thigh and foot are seriously easy to wear, super comfortable, and bang on trend. Brands like Delusion offer a take on trousers that only the bravest take on – but pull off every time they do.




This is a no-brainer – you need a classic, staple pair of boots come Autumn. Chelsea Boots are the Swiss Army Knife of any shoe rack. Probably the most versatile boot you can buy, the right pair will work with a suit on Monday morning as well as teamed with your leather jacket for a gig at the weekend. Brands like offer Paolo Vandini classic styles that stand the test of time.


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