21 Expensive-Looking Pieces From & Other Stories I Simply Can't Wait to Wear

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News flash: The new season is upon us. But before you cry into one of your last iced lattes of the summer, I have a silver lining for you: new season = new wardrobe. After months of sweating in places I didn't know one could sweat (my forearms—weird, no?) I can't wait to step into autumnal dressing. Sequins, suits, cashmere, boots—I can't get enough! Heading into the office brings opportunities for layers and texture. My work wardrobe consists of a sea of cosy knits layered on top of cotton shirts and leather trench coats. And let's not forget that as we part ways with weekends filled with festivals, we welcome party season. And boy, oh, boy! This year is our year for extroverted, unapologetic, high-octane glamour.


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Want to know what conjured up so excitement for me? The & Other Stories autumn collection. Cleverly curated into different personas (I know, what a cute way to shop), the edit allows you to dive into everything from wardrobe staples, partywear and Y2K tailoring that I can get onboard with. Think dropped waistlines, cropped blazers and a particular silver halter-neck dress that I can't stop looking at.


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Confirming that green is the colour for autumn/winter 2022, the edit contains an eclectic mix of emerald sequin pieces, which are sure to sell quickly. It also has skirt suits that are easily made evening-appropriate with this metallic corset and a pair of heels. Honestly, this selection is so good you'll likely catch yourself saying, "Summer? I don't know her."

And with that, see the pieces I simply can't wait to wear.

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Rebecca Rhys-Evans is a London-based fashion and beauty editor with a decade of branded content and editorial experience. She started working at Who What Wear UK in the summer of 2022, where she was hired to lead all branded content for the UK site. Be it appearing on-camera to showcase how to style the latest designer collections, or reviewing the most recent beauty skincare products, Rebecca is the voice (and often face) for Who What Wear UK’s commercial partnerships. A self-confessed internet obsessive, she loves all facets of content creation—be it writing, filming, art directing or styling—and revels in collaborating with brands to help harness their product and tell their story. After graduating from University of Liverpool in American Studies, she travelled around North and South America before moving to London to pursue her career as a fashion journalist. Before she landed her position at Who What Wear, she was a freelance writer and content consultant, writing for Polyester, Screenshot, Marie Claire, Refinery29 and Culture Trip, reporting on everything from internet culture, vintage shopping across the world, sustainability and sex work. Adding to this, she has also held editor positions at FLANNELS.com, BURO., Koibird and SHOP Magazine.