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Autumn style is one of our favourites from knitwear to trousers and light layers. But before we can put away our summer favourites, now is the perfect time to bring out our cold weather wardrobe and mix and match the seasons with light layers. Here are a few outfit ideas for the cold end of summer days when you’re not quite ready to give up your summer wardrobe just yet.

One of our favourite pieces from Rag & Bone are their lightweight knits. The knitted long sleeve tees are a great style when you need a bit of warmth but can’t yet wear your favourite chunky knits. They are also great layering pieces with the relaxed fit with the tight long sleeves. Style them with the Rag & Bone Miramar wide leg trousers that have a denim look but the comfort of loungewear for the ultimate casual look. Add a trendy knitted vest from GANNI for added warmth.


If you’re looking for a pop of colour to add to your end of summer outfits, Primrose Park is our go-to brand for a bit of brightness and prints. Style the best-selling Sandy shirt in a pink ‘koi’ print with classic wide leg light coloured trousers. Throw on a lightweight shacket to match the trousers and let the bright pink blouse pop.


We love colourful outfits anytime of the year, but at the end of summer is the perfect time to bring in your vivid looks before switching out your items to more darker winter colours. The new Tineborrow Overalls from American Vintage are a great instant outfit for casual looks and are guaranteed to turn heads with the bright green tones. Add a GANNI mesh rollneck underneath if you want a layered look.



For this time of year when the mornings can be chilly but com midday, the sun has warmed up the weather nicely, a longer dress with sleeves is a great option. The Selected Femme Gaia Damina dress is a gorgeous printed green dress that is very on trend at the moment. Layer it with a casual lightweight jacket in the mornings and finish the look with crisp white trainers.


Shop our collection of light layering pieces here!

Anna Park