Each autumn, you can count on a few key things: endless office chat about the cold weather, how Christmas has started too early, and, oh yeah, stocking up on all the dresses you'll need for the coming season. Which, we think you'll agree is the most important part of the weather getting colder. So, we're helping you figure out exactly the dresses you'll need, with a little help from a few super-chic celebs.
We know that sorting through everything that's out there can be tricky, so we're turning to a few of our favourite trendsetters for inspiration. We're taking stock of the seven dress styles they're wearing now, and we recommend you try them out too. The best part is that it's still early, so you'll have plenty of chances to wear them all the way through winter. Some, are great for daytime, while others are party-ready, so no matter what's on your calendar, you'll have just the dress.
Read on to see the dress styles you need this autumn, according to our favourite celebs.
On Alexa Chung: Burberry dress.
Want to stand out at all your upcoming parties? Slip into a little something sparkly.
On Dakota Johnson: Gucci jacket, dress, handbag, and Leather Ankle Boots (£725).
Pair a flowing floral dress with a denim jacket for a cool look that works for day or night.
On Olivia Palermo: Giamba Floral Dress (£1504).
If the occasion calls for a polished look, we're all about feminine, ladylike dresses.
On Cara Delevingne: Burberry dress.
There's no style quite so perfect as a little black dress. Add tights once things cool down and you'll be good to go.
On Chrissy Teigen: Jimmy Choo boots.
Fall means it's finally sweater weather, so add a cozy knit dress to your rotation.
On Kendall Jenner: 3.1 Phillip Lim boots.
Soft, slinky velvet is the ultimate fabric for fall. Pair a dress with boots for a more casual look, or swap them for heels to dress it up.
On Gigi Hadid: Tularosa Rocky Dress.
Wrap dresses are an easy style to take from the office to evening drinks.