Crisp mornings, back to school, pumpkin spice-flavoured everything. Yes, autumn is almost here and we have started putting our summer clothes (and holiday vibes) away. Sandals are slowly disappearing from your wardrobe and are replaced by tights and boots. We are also back to layering. We might have a few warm days left ahead but the bottom line is clear: summer is over. We have come up with a few picks and tips that will help you create a stylish wardrobe to carry you through the transition into autumn and all the way to winter - whether it is for work, leisure or a special occasion. Check out the autumnal colours that are in this season: the reds and greys, the pinks and creams, and of course – the never-out-of-fashion black. You can mix and match our picks and they will take you everywhere. The CardiganAs we mentioned – layers are back. And what more stylish way to do it than with a cardigan. Here you can play with the length, the colour and even the small details like ruffles, buttons and zips. Cardigans are known as a very handy piece of clothing to have as with the right blouse or t-shirt you can wear them in the office or for a school run. The DressWe’ve all seen the colours of the dresses getting less vibrant – shades of purple, cobalt and green are very much in this season. Our tip would be to invest in a versatile dress, which you can dress up or down depending on the occasion. There are so many styles and materials to choose from: chiffon, lace, mesh, dresses with scallop detail, plisse dresses, tiered dresses, dresses with short or long sleeves. Having a multifunctional dress (or two) as a wardrobe staple is a must, regardless of the season. The GiletThere aren’t a lot of us who haven’t owned a gilet at some point. It is such an easy garment with which to make a fashion statement and it is an iconic piece that adds a touch of sophistication to an everyday outfit. The best part: our gilets start from only €34.99.A few tips for wearing a gilet: pair it with slim or skinny jeans to balance out its volume; if you want to avoid a shapeless silhouette, go for a gilet that is cinched in the waist; pair the gilet with tailored trousers and heels for a polished look.