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We pick out some unmissable pieces for your autumn wardrobe

It’s that time of year again where people start wondering where summer went – and whether it even happened. Instead of dwelling on that though, we recommend that you use the colder seasons to your advantage and make a statement with your layering outfits. The cold and wet weather isn’t all that bad when you can grab a fresh new wardrobe favourite or a head-turning layering combo to see you through to t-shirt weather. As always, we have you covered for seasonal streetwear items – so if you are a fan of utility gear, sport heritage pieces, comfy home staples or inner-city classics – browse our collection today.

If you are looking for a statement look, the loud PLEASURES Caffeine Fleece two-piece would be a good place to start. Autumnal tie-dye hues feature throughout, with bold branded hits and snug cotton-poly fabric that is suited to wearing around the house or venturing outdoors. What’s more, if you are after something more practical, pick out the insulating Columbia Icewine Ridge Print Jacket for its outdoor-readiness and striking, icy patterns. Oh yeah, double up your Columbia pieces with our exclusive set of tees, the Columbia Tyre T-Shirt is one of our favourites.

Wanting something a bit more traditional? We recommend opting for a traditional combination. As it’s autumn, stripes and denim is a must-have look – we’ve picked out the Tuscon Stripe tee and the Double Knee Denim Mid Wash Jeans from Carhartt WIP to provide that staple combo. We can’t forget headwear either to sign of your outfit in style. Check out the Carhartt WIP Watch Beanie Hat or the adidas Originals Tonal Beanie – staple streetwear styles with snug fabric and versatile colours to match up with your garments.

We can’t leave out Fred Perry either, you can never go wrong with some subcultural, sporting greatness. We’ve got plenty of Laurel Wreath representing gear for you to choose from; whether it’s authentic polos or retro ’70s-inspired pieces – update your rotation today.

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