MAKE FOUR AUTUMN MUST-HAVES GO WITH EVERYTHING IN YOUR WARDROBE

If you can’t afford to replace all your clothes for autumn/winter (because, come on, who can), follow our top tips on how to integrate some of this season’s key pieces into your existing wardrobe…

1Forget your bog-standard work shirts, autumn/winter 2015 is ALL about the pussy bow blouse. Thankfully, integrating this new top into your existing wardrobe is as easy as swapping like for like, just remember these important style tips…

The bow itself doesn’t have to be tied, these blouses look just as great undone, layered under a chic blazer with ripped jeans for Kate Moss vibes. Just make sure you tuck in the shirt and wear with a loafer, to really hit that rock n roll high.

The sleeveless coat

2Sleeveless jackets have been around all year, but the new breed for autumn/winter are even thicker and more luxe-looking.

Wear over a simple roll neck tucked into some wide-leg trousers and you’ve got a great workwear look that requires minimum effort.

If you can, keep the palette grey – a real trend for this season – but if you don’t have the separates in these colours, anything black, white or neutral will work, too.

The kick flare

3While full-length flared jeans and trousers are big news, the cropped kick flare is really where it’s at for AW15.

Choose a printed pair like these beauts from Topshop for that ’70s vibe, pairing with a tunic jumper (or just a long line style if you don’t have a tunic) in similar tones.

For a more dressed up look, wear with high ankle boots, or opt for a comfortable flat trainer to keep things more casual.

The over-the-knee boot

4Not for the style-shy, over-the-knee boots are back for winter, with the emphasis being on Boho rather than Rock n Roll vibes.

The easiest way to wear them without feeling too over-dressed is to team with the prettiest, printed, long-sleeved Boho dress you can find in your wardrobe.

Go for a long-line coat for even more coverage and you’ve got this number nailed.