Katja Foos has taken over as creative director at German fashion house Marc Cain, and is making her presence felt with the Autumn/Winter 2020 collection. Deepest bramble shades contrast with their sorbet sisters to utter perfection.
All pieces by Marc Cain. Jacket £369, Trousers £279, Sweater £305, Boots £419, Bag £259
With hair adornments increasing in popularity, invest in a crown.
Raspberry Ripple Boucle Crown £135
Sparking joy for your feet, these mules from Pretty Ballerinas could be seen as evening wear, or as an opulent wfh alternative to the slipper.
Faux leather is key this autumn, make yours deepest conker-chestnut with prettily puffed sleeves.
From a selection at newlook.com
The ultimate fashion investment; bespoke suit, tailor-made in bright cherry-red velvet.
Taking the berry theme to its literal end point.
In these post-cash days, a cardholder wristlet is needed (and should you need the odd quid for a shopping trolley or parking meter, there’s a handy zipped section).
Keep spirits up in the cooler weather by donning this cheering bobble hat.
Is this the perfect throw-over for those seeking relaxed elegance? Instant glamification for any occasion.
Tiffany Kimono £230
Berry and paisley are a match made in heaven and exude the very best of the season.
Elmo Paisley Shirt Dress £70 and Eddie Embroidered Waistcoat £75
Bob on a beret.
Obsessed with this edgy heeled boot, featuring Rosamund Muir’s signature star motif on claret-coloured vitello hair leather.
Felixa Bordeaux Ankle Boots £435
All the colours of autumn in a gradient knit, with balloon sleeves making it seriously on-point for October.
Gradient Jumper £139
For those who like to be coordinated at all times, rich reds with a flash of ochre.
Face Mask £10
We want to lose ourselves in the depth of this redness.
Peggy Palazzo Pants £325
Strong vintage vibes in mock-croc with proudly oversized vamp and curved Louis heel.
Cabernet-coloured polka-dotty day dress in an inclusive range of sizes.
Barbara Button Through Dress £45