Fashion month has come to an end, and thanks to four weeks of constant street style pictures, certain pieces have emerged as the key cult buys of the season. Just in time for payday, we're bringing you 23 pieces that are about to go viral on Instagram this autumn. First, there's Chloé's new It bag, the Tess. Then we have a Self-Portrait dress that's perfect for the Christmas season. Also, there's a pair of knee-high boots that won't be in stock for long. MyTheresa is one of our favourite places to discover those new brands that have found their feet on Instagram, so you know you've come to the right place. Danse Lente, Alighieri, Staud, Ganni and Nanushka are just some of our favourites currently available from the e-tailer.
MyTheresa's Tiffany Hsu.
Keep scrolling to shop our edit of the 23 cult pieces to buy now from the e-commerce site.
Powder blue is a key colour for the season.
This '80s silhouette makes a real impact.
Boyy bags were a regular feature at all fashion weeks.
These knee-high boots are one of the It accessories of the season.
This is the new It Ganni print.
This is one of the key new bags of the season.
Several people wore this green Staud top during fashion month.
This dress is also available in red and green.
A Max Mara fuzzy teddy coat is a real luxury, and we love this pink update.
Gucci and velvet? So dreamy.
This Nanushka spotty print has been a hit with the Instagram crowd.
Tibi has become a go-to brand for blazers.
Danse Lente is one of the new handbag brands on the scene.
Alighieri pearls are a dream buy.
This Rejina Pyo jacket has been popular in blue leather, and we love this updated one in brown suede.
Classic Blair Waldorf shoes.
This is one of the key It bags of 2018.
This olive colour is really beautiful.
Crystal jewellery is a big trend for autumn/winter 2018.
This Ganni leopard raincoat is one for us Brits.
Rejina Pyo is one of our favourites for handbags under £500.
We love this Jacquemus butter colour.
This Joseph scarf/jumper has already been all over Instagram.
Next up, see our guide to the key trends for autumn/winter 2018.