Ten Dresses That Will Carry You Into AW19

The fashion industry is renowned for being fast paced and it can seem as soon as you’ve updated your wardrobe accordingly, the new season has arrived. In order to keep up, the average item in the UK is worn only 14 times before we’ve had enough – moving onto the next purchase costing less than a latte. Thankfully, the world becoming increasingly conscious of fast-fashion habits and the effect it has on the environment. People are edging towards investment pieces that won’t end up in the landfill in six months and we’re completely on board. We’ve chosen ten timeless dresses that will carry you into AW19 and beyond. In the wise words of Vivienne Westwood, “Buy less, choose well, make it last”.

Saffron Dress by Love Shack Fancy

Florals, especially roses, are set to bloom into next season. Don’t be put off by shorter cuts in cooler months, a pair of tights and boots is all it takes.


Silk Stretch Satin Slip Dress by Ganni

The slip dress is a staple for the fashion-forward. Easy to layer, style and wear.


Lais Draped Front Shirt Dress by Nanushka


You can’t go wrong with neutrals, especially when they’re in the softest satin and chicest cut.


Printed Crepe Layer Dress by Ganni


Give gingham a new season grunge twist by adding chunky lace boots and leather accessories.


Printed Crepe Dress by Ganni

A moody take on florals. Perfect for mirroring AW’s darker evenings.


Gabrielle Robe Dress by Retrofete

A show-shopping party dress is an essential for any wardrobe, especially come the festive season (hello NYE).


Ora Dress by Resume


This Resume dress is an all-rounder. Great if you’re dulling down your tones for winter but still love a playful print.


Grannimal Yai Dress by Nanushka

Animal print evolved. A modern adaptation that has ever-lasting style.


Pleated Satin Wide Dress by Ganni

Brownie points for brights next season. Earn kudos with this oversized pleated Ganni number.


Good Vibes Gown by Alice McCall

The little black dress’s longer, more sophisticated older sister – the black chiffon gown. Thou shall go to the ball, Cinderella.