With that in mind, I’ve scoured a few of my favourite sites to find my favourites on the market right now.
Should you find yourself on the hunt for one (or five) that is…
I haven’t stopped raving about this Amazon find since I discovered it on there a few weeks back. The quality for the price point is quite simply, incredible. Not only is its oatmeal tone perfect for this time of year but the fit is so flattering – I’ve barely taken it off since it arrived.
You can always rely on Mango to offer a high street alternative that combines high end style with affordability and this open back number helps to highlight that. The perfect dress to transition from day to night, it’ll see you through so many seasons to come.
I love the history that comes hand-in-hand with this Scottish brand and have fallen in love with this 100% cashmere dress (along with the vast majority of their knitwear collection too!) Granted, it’s on the pricier side but if you’re looking to invest in quality, timeless cashmere, Johnstons of Elgin is always a good place to start.
Burgundy knits never date at this time of year so this wool number is a no brainer if you ask me. Utterly festive and unbelievably cosy, you’re guaranteed to look chic whilst remaining warm and comfortable at all times.
If you’re looking for something cosy on a budget, this Amazon number is the one for you! The quality for the price point is hard to beat. It was an instant ‘add to basket’ when I saw it.
This dress featured in my high street autumn edit so I won’t labour the point (no-one likes a broken record after all!) I agree with Karen Millen’s description though… Though I’d personally swap the belt for my Hermes or Ralph Lauren leather waist belt, it’s the perfect example of less is more.
Hi Lydia and team,
Would you be able to share where is the gorgeous shirt dress on this page from? It looks grey with flowers on?
Thank you xx