I don’t know about you, but as soon as September rolls around my mind automatically thinks about Autumn. Even if it’s still warm and sunny outside, all I can think about is blackberry picking, looking out blankets for snuggling on the sofa, and planning my autumn wardrobe. There’s nothing I love more than a good pair of boots and a cardigan!
I’ve picked out my favourite timeless clothes for autumn from ethical clothing companies, that will see you right through autumn, into winter, and into future autumns and winters too:
1. People Tree Mustard Cardigan – £145
A good mustard cardigan is an autumn wardrobe staple. I’ve got one that has seen me through many an autumn and is still going strong. This People Tree one, although expensive, is extra special and definitely a wardrobe investment.
2. Monkee Genes Skinny Cords * – £44
Cords are great for winter and these skinny cords from Monkee Genes fit the bill in the style and ethical stakes, and are currently £11 off too.
3. Bibico Check Bib Shirt – £49
I’m in love with this shirt. It would look great with the skinny cords and riding boots, and can be layered under a cardigan for the chilly days ahead.
4. Mudd & Water Breton Knitted Top * – £59
A Breton top never goes out of style, and a knitted one will help keep the cold at way. I wear my Breton top with jeans and riding boots for a classic look.
5. Bibico Mohair Snood – £59
Perfect for burying your face into on cold days. Last autumn and winter my snood never left my neck – it stayed there well into March!
6. FC Select Vegan Riding Boots * – £85
I could probably write an ode to how much I love riding boots. They’ve been a style staple with me for many years, and I don’t see my love for them dying any time soon. So versatile – they go with dresses, skirts and skinny trousers. These vegan boots are gorgeous, and ethical.
7. Ruby Rocks Dress *- £58
On dark mornings and nights you need a bit of colour to brighten things up, and red is such a fantastic autumn colour. I love the quirky pattern on this dress too. Wear with tights and riding boots, and add a cardigan if you’re feeling the cold. It’s also smart enough for parties if you swap the boots for heels. I love a bit of multitasking!
What are your autumn style staples?
If your budget doesn’t quite stretch that far, then look out for my top tips for secondhand shopping, coming next week!
Main image from Bibico.
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