While Massimo Dutti can hardly count as a "lesser-known" brand, we've found that in the world of high street fashion, it can sometimes get overshadowed by its better-known sister brand, Zara. While the latter has become synonymous with the latest, cutting-edge trends, the former is generally better-known for its classic, tailored pieces and work-ready separates. However, when we walked past Massimo Dutti's window a few days ago, we were blown away by its display of chic autumnal pieces that combined trend-led details with timeless silhouettes. Even Queen Letizia agrees (having recently chosen a sophisticated polka dot dress from the Spanish brand for an official engagement) that this is the store to add to your list.
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