The 9 Perfect Outfits to Wear in November

Pulling a look together now that the cold snap has hit can be a bit of a juggling act. Keeping warm whilst enduring a frosty commute, an air-conditioned office, a quick run on the treadmill, and dinner with friends (not to mention whatever else the day might throw at you) all while looking stylish is no mean feat.

Clever layering with this season's key pieces is the answer you've been looking for. Don't let it scare you—we know it gets bandied about an awful lot this time of year with little explanation about what you're actually meant to wear. This year, it's all about '70s cord suits, burnt orange hues, slip skirts and plenty of cosy knits. Still in need of a little inspiration? See how these nine savvy street style ladies dress for all November occasions. Keep scrolling to see and shop the staple pieces that will see you through the season.

Style Notes: A pair of statement trousers is an easy way to liven up a plain crew-neck knit. Plaid prints also feel very relevant now.

Style Notes: The fashion crowd are loving coloured suits right now, and this orange two-piece takes it to the next level.

Style Notes: Pink and brown make for a chic pairing this autumn, particularly when they come with a side serving of leopard print.

Style Notes: If you can't find the right slip skirt, take a leaf out of Hannah Lewis's book and opt for a satin slip dress layered under a fluffy knit.

Style Notes: Zara's blue corduroy suit plays into this season's '70s vibes, and we like how Rikke has styled hers with trainers for a more dressed-down finish.

Style Notes: This year the fashion rulebook has been thrown out the window and been replaced by cool, colour-clashing ensembles such as this one.

Style Notes: Freddie Harrel offers up the perfect respite from all the muted woolly layers with this sequin-strewn look. Rixo's green pussy-bow blouse is also so dreamy.

Style Notes: As always, Pernille is the queen of cool layering. Take cues from this autumnal look and wear a denim shirt under your favourite trench coat for extra warmth.

Style Notes: Conker brown and forest green is a fresh colour pairing to try this month. Just keep silhouettes oversized and fabrics pattern-free.