John Keats might have described autumn as a season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, but if the autumn/winter collections are anything to go by, fashion clearly didn't get the memo. Alongside a plethora of hot-off-the-press trends, it appears that some of summer's most extroverted styles have stuck around for the colder months—not that we're complaining. We love a bit of newness here at Who What Wear, but we can't deny there's a certain satisfaction that comes with being able to recycle and update our favourite looks for a new season.
This summer, we saw animal print take off in a big way, so unsurprisingly it's making a return for autumn. However, instead of floaty leopard-printed skirts and button-front dresses, we're seeing snakeskin and zebra print rendered in '70s-inspired silhouettes. Chunky trainers and ankle-grazing dresses have also made the cut; add a longline blazer à la Alexis Foreman for the colder months. We've also fallen in love with the summer combination of a slip skirt paired with a chunky jumper, as seen on Emili Sindlev. Of course, you'll need to wear some of your outfits with Western-style boots for instant A/W 18 chicness. Scroll down to shop our full edit.
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Bodysuits are undoubtedly a summer staple. When the weather is hot, throwing one on with a pair of denim cutoffs makes the easiest outfit ever–especially when you kill two birds with one stone and use your one-piece swimsuit to complete the look.