H&M Just Dropped the Most Designer-Looking New-Season Collection

Here in the UK, autumn has been slow off the starting line; we're five days in and it's only a little bit chilly, if that—mostly, we're a bit sweaty. Whether or not you work in fashion, it's hard to dress for this confusing predicament. Whilst much of my winter wardrobe remains stowed away, what I'm really looking for at the moment are true transitional pieces that will see me through this odd period of weather.

If you can relate, then luckily for us, one of our favourite high-street retailers has just launched its new autumn collection, and it's goodH&M's new seasonal drop spans hardy jackets and light cashmere pieces, catering to the ever-fluctuating English climate. Honing in on the season's most hardworking pieces, the collection comprises both fresh trends and autumnal classics; from cuddly teddy leather jackets to floor-sweeping coats and chic turtlenecks, much of the collection is capsule-wardrobe worthy. 


(Image credit: Courtesy H&M)

Leaning into a trusted autumn colour palette of cool greys and warm beiges, the collection can be easily worked into your existing seasonal selection, providing a solid base for your wardrobe rotation throughout autumn and well into winter. There’s a lot to scroll through, so I’ve collated the very best of H&M’s new designer-looking autumn collection. 

Read on to discover what the Who What Wear UK team is shopping from the site today.


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Natalie Munro is Who What Wear UK’s news writer. Previously freelance commerce writer at British Vogue, Natalie’s experience spans journalistic and styling roles, which have seen her work on shoots for publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Ukraine, AnOther Magazine and Elle UK and write for publications including British Vogue and Conde Nast Traveller. With an interest in uncovering the latest fashion trends, Natalie takes a leading role in identifying news and trends for Who What Wear UK, with a particular focus on celebrity style and emerging fashion trends.