The 9 New-In Pieces I'm Adding to My Wish List This Week

I created What to Buy Now to bring you a concise weekly edit of the items I really love, including pieces from the high street, designer labels, vintage gems you can buy online and even charity-shop treasures. I'm constantly scanning the most stylish online stores, so you can feel safe knowing that you won't miss a thing.

I know that your fashion requirements can vary massively from season to season, whether you're looking for an immaculately tailored staple, an affordable sundress or the perfect pair of shoes. So not only will I cover all of the bases, but as an ardent believer in mindful consumption, I'll also make sure everything I include will look just as fresh in a year's time as it does now.

Of course, I'll also bring you those pieces that simply set your heart racing in a way that only fashion can. This week's highlights include plenty of wardrobe gems, from a vintage Chanel tweed jacket to a statement party dress from Benjamin Fox. Scroll down to shop the buys on my wish list this week. You know what to do.

A statement party piece if I ever saw one. Benjamin Fox is a small brand to watch.

I'm still searching for the perfect sailor shirt, and this is the closest I've come so far. 

I can never have too many pairs of gold chunky hoops. 

I think the unusual belt paired with the longer, pleated style makes this skirt look super high-end.

Is this the perfect sequinned suit? I think so. Good work, Karen Millen.

I'm obsessed with the zebra print on these heeled Jigsaw boots. 

Is there anything cuter than a scallop collar on a puff-sleeve blouse? I think not.

Introducing my dream vintage Chanel jacket. Sigh.

A seriously chic knitted co-ord from Proenza Schouler. Just add gold jewellery and chunky boots this winter.

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Nope, I'm still not tired of the waistcoat. Just layer over a white T-shirt and jeans for autumn.

Susan Caplan is my go-to for affordable second-hand jewellery.

I love the vibrant-green hue of this lace party dress. 

Cawley Studio's patchwork jacket is just so damn cool and reversible, too.

Embrace a little '90s charm with a cream-coloured slip skirt.

A Loewe Puzzle bag is the accessory that will never get old.

Introducing your new favourite winter layering hero.

Who knew M&S did such chic corsets? I can imagine this looking very chic for a party with wide-leg black trousers.

Mango has really come up trumps with this lilac-coloured wrap coat.

You know you'll never get cold in Mango's cocooning faux-fur coat.

This asymmetric top would look so beautiful with jeans and heels for cocktails.

Caes does seriously good sustainable winter staples, if you're wondering.

How cool is this ear cuff from Harris Reed's collab with Missoma? Perfect for party season.

I didn't think the perfect party gown existed until I saw this stunning number from Petar Petrov.

A boxy denim jacket will be a true forever piece in your year-round capsule. 

The Row's leather knee-high boots are the ultimate in luxury winter footwear.

The knitted vest isn't going anywhere this winter, and I have my eye on this Scandi style from Hyke.

This '70s ruffle-sleeve dress is just too cool for words. It would be a crime to just save it for your wedding, really…

Brighten up the darkening days with this colour-pop purple knit from & Other Stories.

A shearling coat will keep you warm and tick off one of this season's biggest outwear trends. Plus there are so many fab second-hand iterations to be found.

Batsheva and Laura Ashley? Surely one of the coolest collabs of the season. This is going straight onto our wish list. 

I love the subtle flash of red on these Kurt Geiger track-sole Chelsea boots.

Fun fact: This Joseph jumper was constructed from 20 different wasted yarns. Sustainable and chic.

Cargo trousers are set to be autumn's unexpected wardrobe hero. I'll be bringing a polished spin by styling with a tailored blazer.

The collarless finish on this Whistles jacket makes it look very retro in the best way possible. 

I've tried on these slip-ons IRL and can confirm they'll be a godsend for those looking for fabulous flat party shoes. 

You'd never know this '80s-inspired frock was from the high-street. The ultimate head turner. 

I've been looking for a good pair of low-slung wide-leg trousers, and COS has just delivered the goods.

I wear my own vintage cowboy boots at least once a week with everything from jeans to midi dresses. 

This is one of the coolest pieces to hit the runway this season, IMO. One to add to my fantasy coat wish list. 

I'm enjoying the return of the '90s knitted vest. It'll look very Gwyneth with tailored trousers, heels and statement earrings. 

Heeled boots are my one-stop shop for easy polished style during the autumn months. 

I love the nautical vibes of this blouse from lesser-known sustainable brand Gingham Palace. 

Just add black tights, a mini skirt and a ruffled-collar top for mid-noughties Alexa vibes. 

Add a little colour to your new season capsule with this & Other Stories padded-shoulder shirt. 

There's nothing that Rave Review does that I don't instantly fall in love with. 

Sleeper's new co-ord is my idea of the perfect party look. Just look at those sleeves. 

Mirla Beane is the coolest new sustainable brand on the block, and this blazer is at the top of my wish list. 

A perfect jewellery staple for all seasons, courtesy of Thomas Sabo. 

This is such a chic shade of cobalt blue. Well done, & Other Stories. 

A classic trench coat is never a bad idea, whatever the season.

Just add jeans, a boxy blazer and chunky boots for an easy weekend ensemble. 

Cargo trousers are having a moment, and this khaki H&M pair ticks the box nicely. 

Nanushka's chequerboard print is back, and this time, it comes with statement-making neck detail. 

A bum bag is the chicest way to go hands-free, and this Kin number will go with everything in your wardrobe.

Jakke is the faux-fur brand everyone is talking about, and this cobalt blue number is very A/W 21.

Are these the perfect pair of straight-leg jeans? I think so.

I'm fully on board with the printed-base-layer look, and this marbled Mango style is a real showstopper.  

A cold-weather staple that will look fab with everything from skinny jeans to midi dresses. 

Trust COS to create a beige blazer that could be mistaken for a designer buy. That textured finish is just exquisite. 

I'm not usually a skirt person, but this season, I have found myself drawn towards these A-line silhouettes.

I can't believe this stand-out cashmere knit is from Marks and Spencer. It looks so expensive, IMO.

Oh hello, dream party top. I'll be wearing you with tailored trousers and a very smug expression on my face.

The '90s leather coat is having a comeback, and this Ambercrombie & Fitch number has the perfect fit.

Is this the world's best vintage blouse? I think so.

Trust Rejina Pyo to create a winter coat in the perfect shade of dusty blue. Wear it with rusty reds and beige shades. 

Chunky boots show no sign of disappearing. Add this Kurt Geiger pair to your fave slim-leg jeans. 

I saw Alexa Chung wearing the brown iteration of this jumper, so obviously, it went straight onto the wish list.

I expect to see this on the arms of fashion editors everywhere this season.

Take note: This is the trouser silhouette of autumn 2021.

I'm not usually a purple lover, but this grape shade has really caught my eye.

I can't stop thinking about the fit of these vintage-inspired jeans from Seventy + Mochi.

Yes, Rixo now does coats. And yes, they're as good as you'd expect.

I'd wear this with a checked skirt and chunky boots. 

By one of my favourite London Fashion Week labels. 

This comes with a matching jacket and trousers. 

This would look amazing with knee-high boots. 

Oh goodness, Rejina Pyo's dream '70s-inspired jacket is back for another season, and this time it comes in a feel-good shade of bubblegum pink. I'm in love.

Everyone on the WWW team is drooling over this statement base layer from Mango's checked capsule. Just slip it under everything from summer dresses to oversized white shirts.

A pair of tailored trousers is the autumnal staple I couldn't live without. Dress them down with a white tee, or keep them cosy with a chunky knit. The options are limitless.

A smart loafer is the easiest way to add polish to a look, whether it's jeans or a midi dress. Church's brown leather tassel is the ultimate. 

A colour-pop knit is your new autumn BFF. Use it to add A/W 21 appeal to your wardrobe neutrals. Case in point: This M&S lime-green buy would look so good with Acne's beige trousers. 

In my experience, there isn't an outfit that gold hoops don't go with.

WWW's Hannah Almassi sent this secondhand beauty to me, but sadly, it's not the right size. Can someone please buy it and send me a photo?

A pair of chunky knee-high boots will carry you through the wettest and coldest of winter days. Trust me.

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