If you're considering forcing your summer dresses to take the annual walk of shame into the depths of your wardrobe right about now, think again. Last season's offering of midis and maxis ain't going anywhere for autumn, and we bet that at London Fashion Week (which kicks off next Thursday), we'll be seeing plenty of upcycled summer styles.
Ultimately it's all about being clever with layers. Whether it's a strategic polo-neck or a throw-on-and-go blazer, it's the easiest way to make your warm-weather frock ready for the colder months ahead. There are also plenty of new-season styles available if you want to freshen up your wardrobe. Ganni's Charron minidress is set to be a winner, for starters.
Scroll down to see how our favourite fashion-lovers are styling their dresses for autumn and shop the looks.
So I attended a TIFF Party! To help those who couldn’t make it feel like they were there, I completed this comprehensive post-party questionnaire. What was the party for? First Man, a Damien Chazelle film written by Josh Singer, based on the book
It’s been a difficult year. So what soothes the soul and makes us laugh? Memes, obviously. Whether it’s the seemingly endless iterations of Spongebob memes, the absurd new genre of moth memes, or tide pods as a forbidden snack, we can’t help