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.
In a surprise move, one of the most noteworthy beauty lessons to come out of London Fashion Week Fall 2022 was that you may not have to worry about styling your hair at all next season. The prolific parade of headwear that was seen in all forms on t