It’s hard to believe we’re talking back to work, back to school, and all those things that September brings already, isn’t it? Before we’ve even had a chance to wear in our Summer sandals we’re talking Boots, Brogues and Courts for Autumn in the office. If you’ve been lucky enough to have a long Summer holiday, September may feel like a bit of a shock to you - early morning alarms, darker nights, and, talk inevitably turns to the next big milestones: Halloween, Bonfire Night, and of course, Christmas.
Luckily we’re not quite there yet. Focusing on the months in between for now, let’s turn our attention to something a little more fun to think about, an Autumn/Winter Wardrobe. Rich colours, thick jumpers, multi-layering, boots – it’s the highlight of many women’s clothing calendars. But why should updating your Winter wardrobe stop at casual wear? September is also the time to invest in some go-to office footwear staples, too – from dressed up days to casual Friday favourites, desk to bar bests, the Blog has an edit of the key styles to look for this season, to keep your working days feeling as good as your weekends. And who knows, new footwear essentials might just help to keep those back to work blues away…
Dressed up days
Barley May, Dinah Pixie and Barley Rose – designed with the key trends of the season in mind, 70s influences run through these styles that are ideal for the office. Mid-height heels in rich, Autumnal colours, Cushion Soft and Cushion Plus technology in all three, makes them perfect for all day, every day style and wearability.
That go-to pair of Boots is an essential to look out for every time Autumn strolls back around. Everyone needs that, go with anything, wear anywhere pair. Taylor Shine and Phenia Desert are just two suggestions ideal for that all-rounder requirement. Dress up, dress down, team with jeans, skirts, leggings, cullotes, tailored pants, tights, dresses, you name it. Similarly with Balmer Bella, the same rules apply. A go-to shoe with a small heel for an effortless nod to a smart or casual office look.