As far as we're concerned, weekend outfits need to be as easy to put together as possible. You want to spend maximum time enjoying the weekend rather than having multiple outfit changes. The key to nailing the perfect brunch outfit is comfort—whether that's Alex Steadman's roomy jeans or Erica Davies' oversized dress. So we've rounded up our edit of perfect weekend outfits that influencers lean on Sunday after Sunday. Be warned: Scrolling will result in you wanting to buy yourself a new knit. Or maybe even three.
Work your way down to see (and more importantly, shop) seven of our favourite influencer-approved weekend looks.
Style Notes: Alex Stedman from The Frugality shows that during the weekend, it pays to stick to good quality staples such as a cool leopard-print coat, a Breton stripe and straight-leg jeans.
Because every outfit is made better with some leopard print.
Congratulations, you've just stumbled across the perfect Breton top.
We've tried on countless pairs of jeans in our time, and straight-legged styles are easily the most flattering.
Style Notes: Checked trousers one of autumn's biggest trends, so we're keen to copy Sophia's tartan look stat.
Cable-knit jumpers don't come much more classic than this cream option.
Neutralise these standout strides with a taupe trench coat.
Wear loafers with floaty floral dresses for autumnal style perfection.
Style Notes: Give any dress a downtime spin with the addition of a leather biker and paired-back kicks.
No wardrobe is complete without a black leather biker.
We liked this dress in green, but we love it in pink.
Looking to add to your kicks collection? We predict Common Projects' BBall trainers will be the next big thing.
Style Notes: A colourful coat will make the most basic jeans-and-T-shirt combos look more thought through, but we love how Freddie Harrel has used hers to create the ultimate trend clash. Who knew a retro knit and jacquard skirt could look this good worn together?
Borg jackets are all the rage for autumn. Tick off two trends in one with this powder blue style.
This top has Margot Tenenbaum written all over it.
Trust Alexa Chung to make us crave daisy jacquard.
Style Notes: Consider this look a masterclass in high-low dressing. Simply add a chunky knit to your floaty midi skirts to give them a relaxed vibe that's also super comfortable to wear post–eggs Benedict.
The cropped length of this knit will flatter petite girls, as there's no risk of it swamping your frame.
Try wearing this striped midi with sheer black tights and studded ankle boots.
No one will believe this bag isn't designer.
Style Notes: Naturally, we're still obsessed with everything corduroy, and with the help of Mancunian blogger Megan Ellaby, we know exactly how to wear them past the working week. With playful boots and a contrast-stitch denim jacket, this is peak off-the-clock cool.
The oversized silhouette means this denim jacket will fit over even the thickest of jumpers.
Give these an after-dark spin with a silk camisole and barely there strap heels.
Fancy a change from leopard motifs? Zebra print is where it's at.
Style Notes: Midi dresses make for the ideal transeasonal piece. Take cues from former fashion editor Erica Davies and give your favourites an edgy overhaul with hiker boots and a shoulder-robed pea coat.
Utterly timeless, we guarantee you'll wear this navy coat for years to come.
Made from 100% organic cotton, which in turn wreaks less havoc on the environment, this dress not only looks good but does good, too.
Hiker boots will give any look a 2018 overhaul.
Seeing as you no longer need to ponder what to wear at the weekend, now's a good a time as any to start thinking about your party season outfits.