My Top 5 – Autumn looks – Kelly Meade

Kelly Meade

Kelly Meade PR Manager for Phase Eight here in London, shares with us some of her favourites from the Phase Eight collection for Autumn/Winter 2014:

Natalie Check Dress – £99

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Checks are really big this season and I love how easy this dress is to wear. Throw it on for work with some chunky socks or tights and ankle boots and you’ve got an instant stylish look. It flares out just under the waist too so it’s really flattering.

Ivy Ankle Boots – £130

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A pair of black, block heeled ankle boots will be your winter saviour. The suede panelling make this pair look super luxe and they will go with literally everything from dresses to skinny jeans and maxi skirts. Just keep them protected on a rainy day and they’ll see you through into Spring.

Clare Crombie Coat – £99

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A great coat is so important in winter and I love this oversized single breasted crombie coat. I wear a lot of dresses and Crombie coats give them a tougher edge whilst keeping you warm and cosy. Dark green is a big colour trend for this Autumn/Winter so I would style this up with my ankle boots and a big oversized scarf, but it would look great with skinny jeans and flats too.

Tartan Scarf – £35

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Nothing is more classic than a tartan scarf – but the mix of blue and green in this one give it a fresh update. This will look great loose with a leather jacket for crisp Autumn days or tucked into a big winter coat in a block colour or clashing check pattern.

Renata Fringe Dress – £160

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In no time at all, Christmas party season will be upon us and you need a dress that is show-stopping and can work for a number of different occasions. I love this jazzy LBD with oversized sequins and fringing – it ticks so many trends and works great for after-work drinks or cocktail receptions – particularly any events with dancing! As it’s a little black dress, it will last you for years to come.

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