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10 new season items that will make you wish autumn would hurry up already

Freelance Writer
Yahoo Style UK

After an absolute belter of a summer, we’re admittedly a tad grateful (sorry!) that we can finally wear the other 90% of our wardrobe.

Regardless of how long ago our GCSEs were, September‘s back-to-school mentality still kicks in every year and we cannot wait to hit the shops for autumn-ready goodies.

With animal prints ruling the fash pack this season, we couldn’t believe our luck when we discovered that silk skirt back in stock. Meanwhile, Zara’s recent influx of corduroy co-ords is sure to make a dent in our credit cards.

From Marks and Spencer’s most talked about knit to the cowboy boots coming to a Pinterest board near you, these are the ‘new in’ numbers high on our agenda.

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The Princess Diana-inspired trend you need to buy into

We don’t know about you but these are giving us major Princess Diana vibes. We’ll be teaming ours with a midi skirt and half-tuck shirt this season. £25.99, Zara

Ganni’s most coveted knit makes a comeback

On the lookout for a chunky knit to drape over your old summer slip dress or perhaps one to team with your brand spanking new silk skirt? Ganni is the Scandi label to turn to this autumn for all of your knitwear needs and this bad boy is sitting pretty at the top of our list. £355, Ganni

The most Instagrammable skirt of the season

Recognise this silky number? Yes, Réalisation Par’s most talked about midi skirt has finally made a comeback – just in time for autumn. Approx £138, Réalisation Par

Prep for autumnal showers in the chicest way possible

Under the radar Scandi label Rains set up shop in London just a few months back and ever since, we’ve been lusting over the brand’s weatherproof macs. This pastel-hued jacket is where all of this month’s wages are going. Now all we need is the rain for an excuse to wear it… sorry! £160, Net-A-Porter

Just another reminder that leopard print is back

We did warn you that leopard print is a commonly recurring theme for AW18. So, if like us you’re also going gooey-eyed for Rixo’s Twiggy dress then make sure to hurry – it’s sure to be a sell-out. £185, Rixo

Invest in a transseasonal coat

Minimalists, pay attention. Arket is home to some of the most interchangeable pieces your wardrobe could possibly have with everything from day-to-night t-shirts and fashion week-ready trainers. But if you make just one pricey purchase this season, make it a coat. £150, Arket

This season’s most talked about jumper

Marks and Spencer is renowned for stocking a handful of stampede-inducing items every season. But it’s come autumn when the British giant really delivers some knockout pieces. For example, we can already see this colour block knit teaming up with our rapidly growing collection of silk skirts. £32.50, Marks and Spencer

The most anticipated collab of the season

Let us remind you that the Lucy Williams and Warehouse collab has landed and we are here for it. First on the shopping list? This corduroy western-inspired shirt. Team with cowboy boots to tackle two trends in one. £42, Warehouse

This season’s must-have boot

The western-inspired trend is still dominating the magazine pages this season and these cowboy boots will ensure you nail the trend in one sartorial swoop. £99.99, Mango

The zebra print shirt coming to an Instagram feed near you

This zebra print shirt is well worth the price if you ask us. We’re planning to go all out and bag the co-ordinating trousers… £99, Uterqüe

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