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Best for dou­ble duty

This slick leather num­ber works as a shirt (with dark denim) and a jacket (over a grey polo neck). Leather shirt, £239, & Other Sto­ries (sto­ries.com)

Best on a bud­get

Leather-look, pleats and the sea­son’s stand­out shade? This bar­gain buy ticks three trend boxes. Pleated skirt, £29.99, Zara (zara.com)

Best for bot­tom-heavy fig­ures

Avoid printed trousers and opt for a solid colour in­stead. Pair with a floaty blouse and an­kle boots. Pocket-front trousers, £119, Whis­tles (whis­tles.com)

Best for pe­tites

The ideal transsea­sonal dress, and the au­tum­nal ditsy print won’t swamp smaller frames. Flo­ral-print midi-dress, £49.50, Marks & Spencer (mark­sand­spencer.com)

Best for hour­glass fig­ures

This flat­ter­ing tie-waist dress with a loose full skirt is ideal for all oc­ca­sions. Tiered midi-dress, £305, Sea (match­es­fash­ion.com)

Best for colour-phobes

If you’re wary of bold shades, opt for an oxblood coat. Then the colour be­comes one layer over your oth­er­wise neu­tral look. Wool coat, £99.99, H&M (hm.com)

Best for day-to-night

Wear this slinky skirt from desk to din­ner: throw on some state­ment ear­rings and heeled mules and you’re good to go. Silk-satin midi-skirt, £295, Olivia von Halle (olivi­avonhalle.com)

Best for work

This smart frock has a pussy bow and a shirred waist, so no need for a belt or neck­lace. Wear with tan knee-high boots. Tie-neck dress, £119, Bauk­jen (bauk­jen.com)

Best for the week­end

Cardi­gans are the It knit of the sea­son. Add boyfriend jeans and white train­ers. Merino cardi­gan, £175, Toast (toa.st)

Best for print lovers

Wear this crêpe shirt with navy trousers and cream loafers for a mod­ern work­wear look. Ze­bra-print shirt, £95, Iris & Ink (the­out­net.com)

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