The stores’ racks are being replaced with new collections. It seems that the new season is still far away, but not for the fashion world. Check out our selection of some pre-autumn items.
The Long Cut
Light-weight blouses and flowing trousers in pastel hues or colourful patterns represent this time of transition. The secret is to opt for fine and thin fabrics. This style is good to protect yourself from the freezing air conditioning indoors and to put yourself in the mood for winter. This pre-autumn look from Nina Ricci gives you an idea of how to put this look together.
Eye-catching accessories are a trendy way to give a fashionable twist to your outfit. Spanish brand Hoss Intropia just landed in the Kingdom with a selection of outstanding accessories and feminine clothes. Think of necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings the next time you put a look together.
Hats are not exclusive to summertime; in the past they were a symbol of winter. Made mostly out of felt, they help to keep heads warm. The habit of wearing hats got lost a few decades ago, but some brands are bringing it back. Check out the new designs and updated interpretations like on this classic pick
The Dress Code
The summer dress gets thicker with structured fabrics; it can be paired with stockings for cold days. The sleeveless option is great for the transitional phase. Throw on a jacket if the temperature drops. Dsquared2 has an inspiring collection to help you embrace the style.
The Perfect Hue
Grey is a neutral colour and can be an easy repla
cement for black. Grey coats, grey handbags, grey shoes — take your pick! You can choose to embrace autumn right now or slowly move towards new collections with this suede tote from Coach.
Autumn and winter footwear is easy to spot. It is closed to keep the feet warm and usually comes in a dark hue. Some boast a distinctive detail, like the grey fabric in this item from Debenhams. This style allows you to add a pair of warm socks.