In true British style, summer slipped away overnight, making way for the sudden arrival of chilly temperatures, sporadic showers and the need for a wardrobe reset. Yes, the autumn season is once again upon us and as we swap linen dresses and sunglasses for outerwear and cosy knits, it’s also time to reconsider our choices in footwear and accessories.
Boots are back on the agenda in a big way as is the Nineties-inspired loafer, while statement chains and texture dictate new-season accessories. Scroll on to discover some of the key pieces from our latest collection that will enable you to effortlessly transition your wardrobe from summer to autumn.
The Biker Boot
A suitably stylish choice for this time of year, the boot is practical, comfortable and will look good with just about every outfit in your wardrobe. This season’s iterations champion pearl details, chunky stomper soles and a variety of silhouettes – we love the Purla’s biker profile.
The Nineties Loafer
The borrowed-from-the boys flat favourite returns to inspire your out-and-about looks with cool, considered sophistication. The Gisella flatters both tailored and off-duty clothing and offers comfort throughout the day (and night). Look out for its textured finish and statement snaffle trim.
The Braided Sandal
Our latest heeled style proves it’s not yet time to retire the sandal for winter. Showcasing a trending square toe and beautifully padded woven straps in both classic and seasonal colours, the Moritz mule is the perfect finisher to a jeans-and-oversized-knit look at the weekends.
The Monster Sole
This season, the criteria for cold-weather dressing involves utilitarian-inspired boots with statement chunky soles. Made from soft leather, the Padrone boot takes its cue from the traditional combat profile in the form of a big, bossy cleated sole. Think all-day comfort that also ticks off that trend requirement.