Stop Everything: These Are the 9 New-In Pieces You Need This Week

Including the perfect party skirt.

What to buy now? It's a question that's most succinctly answered right here on a daily/monthly/hourly basis thanks to the extensive shopping knowledge of team Who What Wear UK. However, at the beginning of each week, we're bringing you a concise and covetable edit of the newest best items to buy. These standout pieces are chosen from the new-in sections of our favourite brands and e-commerce sites and feature the kinds of items that you'll miss if you blink. We're your all-seeing eyes, ensuring the best of the best can stand a chance of getting into your wardrobe.

Like so many other modern women, you shop high street to high fashion, extravagant to basic, outré to simple to find the coolest items. Some weeks you'll be spontaneous and give yourself a pat on the back with a hot-ticket item that makes your heart skip a beat (and your wallet feel lighter). Other weeks you'll look for ways to easily and quickly update and refresh the pillars of your closets—from work to party and back again. Whatever you're in the market to buy now, we promise we'll have it covered. So if you want to know what to buy now, scroll through the gallery below.

This week, it's all about party skirts, silken fabrics and a touch of heritage check.

This is perfect for a 'nice top and jeans' outfit.
A chic plus one for any party look.
Wear this leather trench with tonal separates.
A great high-street interpretation of the midi dress trend.
Heritage checks are an easy way to wear a statement trouser.
Another slip skirt for your list. We love the asymmetric hem on this ASOS number.
This ruffled collar would look so cute peeking out of a crew-neck jumper.
This Zara stunner is a great alternative to a party dress.
If you missed out on & Other Stories' leopard slip skirt, try this satin dress instead.
A new iteration of Topshop's sellout coat.
Leather trousers will add cool points to your wardrobe staples.
Scarf neck sweaters are both warm and on-trend.
We've seen a few influencers wearing this two-in-one dress.
This has some serious Calvin Klein vibes…
Another slip skirt to add to your collection.
We want all our accessories to be snakeskin this autumn.
These wide-leg jeans are the perfect shape.
If you buy a jumper this season, make it striped.
One of the best high-street leather dresses we've seen yet.
Layer this knit over a white roll-neck. 
Not enamored by this season's heeled ankle boot offering? Try these punkish lace-up boots instead. 
A knitted dress is a great layering device for autumn.
These retro-inspired platforms might not be easy to walk in, but they're so chic.
We have so much time for Madeleine Thompson's rainbow motif knits. 
The statement collar and cuffs on this Topshop blouse is so unusual. 
You can't not have fun in this green cord jumpsuit.
The pink collar is such a great addition to this leopard-print jacket.
Pearls get a modern makeover courtesy of Mizuki.
A high-end style coat at a high street price point. 
These will instantly elevate your wardrobe staples.  
Dress down with Chelsea boots and dress up with platform heels.
Jumpsuits are still going strong. Wear this ASOS look with a white polo underneath.
Belt bags have been given a grown-up makeover this season and this Wandler bag ticks all the boxes.
All we want from a winter dress condensed into one fabulous piece.
Body-con skirts suddenly seem chic again, especially when they fall below the knee.
Now this is a statement coat.
This minimalist crossbody bag from COS looks so high end.
Asymmetric midi skirts are looking so good right now.  
This dress would look so chic with knee-high boots.
A good dose of snakeskin for all your '90s needs. 
Unusual, stylish and affordable. What's not to love?
This Topshop knit looks even better IRL.
Little House on the Prairie never looked so cool.
Use this puffa to dress down a floaty midi dress. 
This is the ultimate autumn slip skirt. Wear with knee-high boots and a slouchy cashmere knit. 

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