With our social feeds jam-packed with a steady stream of new-in pieces and need-to-know trends, it can sometimes be hard to know what things are actually worth your time. Also, with sales in full swing it' can be tricky to find the hidden gems. That's where we come in. As it's our job to keep an eagle eye trained on which pieces are spiking and glean insider know-how from the stores themselves, we have a fairly good idea of what items are set to be a hit on the high street.
Last year, we summoned all our intel to bring you a lowdown of the pieces to know about for 2018, and, in our (not so) humble opinion, we were pretty on the money. So we decided to create a definitive list for 2019—20 products that need to be on your radar and should be snapped up ASAP. From the Warehouse '70s-inspired snake print jacket and Arket's effortless everyday dress, to the Charles & Keith's bag in this season's hottest hue and Topshop's It skirt, prepare for serious shopping envy.
Style Notes: Monikh styles the check Zara dress that'll work for all seasons with a designer Saks Potts coat. The colour, the length, the layering possibilities… It can do no wrong, in our eyes.
Style Notes: Penelope Goldstone wears the Topshop slip skirt that keeps selling out. We've discovered you can now get it in a new season shade, below. Go, go, go!
Style Notes: Kitri has upgraded leopard print for 2019 in a blue hue. Clash with animal-print accessories just like Katherine.
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Python print is still going strong for 2019–naturally we watching the matching midi skirt, too.
Not bored of that Topshop satin midi skirt just yet? Us neither. Luckily, it's now available in a hot-pink colourway.
Sage is one of the key colours this season, so a handbag is an easy way to try it on for size.
Leopard print isn't going anywhere, but Kitri are giving it a fresh spin in a punchy blue hue.
The headband is firmly back on our fashion radar. You'll add this faux-leather number to every outfit, stat.
Still not over animal print when there's trousers like this coming to our attention.
Mixed prints makes anything look instantly more premium. Case in point: the Finery Elodie floral midi. Swoon.
Wear done up as a shirt or open as a jacket, you'll wear it so many times.
Multiple members of the Who What Wear team have fallen in love with this H&M blouse. It also comes in cream, too.
Just because party season is technically over doesn't mean we have to stop wearing luxe heels.
It has already been worn by Monikh, so naturally it's going to be a sure-fire sell-out.
We see another M&S pink It coat about to happen in 3, 2, 1...
River Island has been delivering plenty of enviable pieces this season. Case in point? Dreamy green suede must-have mules.
You can't beat a good pair of belted jeans at any time of year.
It'll look just as good with boots and cashmere for now, as it will with a linen shirt and sandals come spring.
A printed shirtdress is an easy win this time of year. This Massimo Dutti dress looks far more expensive than its £100 price tag.
With a dress this wearable and effortlessly chic, it's bound to sell out fast.
It looks so much more expensive than the under £70 price tag.
This stylish snakeskin-print midi dress sold out online within a few days of release, and now it's back in all sizes.
We hear this French Connection asymmetric jumper is selling like hotcakes.