The 3 Dress-and-Shoe Formulas Kate Moss Is Wearing for Autumn

There may be nothing new about a dress-and-shoe combination, but somehow Kate Moss always manages to make it feel fresh. And her three latest looks have already inspired our autumn ensembles. Whether attending parties or running errands, the supermodel often reaches for a frock to create her effortlessly chic looks, and as dress lovers ourselves, we appreciate the inspiration. Her three latest looks cover all your autumn plans: a day look, an evening look and a party look. 


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Sightings of Kate Moss may be few and far between, but lucky for us, she's stepped out just in time to inspire our autumn wardrobes with three easy dress-and-shoe formulas. For the launch of her new beauty-and-wellness brand, Moss started the day in a soft-pink maxi dress and black boots to channel her bohemian style. Later, for the launch dinner, she changed into a sheer floral dress and strappy heels that I plan to re-create for all my autumn dinner plans (although slightly more opaque). Finally, while attending the launch of Edward Enninful's memoir, Moss showed her eye for print mixing with a striped sequin dress and snake-print boots. 

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At the launch of her beauty-and-wellness brand, Cosmoss, Moss opted for a flowing pink dress with puffed sleeves and contrasting black heels. 

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In true supermodel fashion, Moss opted for a sheer dress for the celebratory dinner part of her brand launch. 

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There's a skill to mixing prints, and Kate Moss showed that striped sequins and snake print are truly harmonious. 

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Florrie embarked on her fashion journey while studying French and History at university. Her career began with an initial role at Harper's Bazaar, followed by a stint with the fashion team at Conde Nast Traveller.

There, she contributed to international photoshoots, styled pages and covers, and produced engaging digital content. During a freelance period, Florrie honed her skills in editorial work in various digital and print publications like Vogue Italy, Stylist, and Departures magazine, as well as styling e-commerce photoshoots and personal shopping.