When the season changes, we’re always eager for a host of new trends to punch up our wardrobes—for work, evening and off-duty. For fall, we’re particularly fond of easily adaptable pieces we can pair with our closet staples. Here, we’ve culled exactly that—ten gorgeous items that promise to breathe new life into your look, including a go-anywhere dress, the perfect tailored skirt and the season’s MVP handbag, all available at NET-A-PORTER. Consider this your official autumn checklist.
Fall Essentials From NET-A-PORTER
Checked Cotton-Blend Mini Skirt
Fall's new tailoring boasts checks in all forms—this mini pairs perfectly with tall slouchy boots.
Cropped Slim Boyfriend Jeans
Straight-leg denim is a key silhouette this season. Wear yours with a high-neck blouse and sock-style ankle boots for a transitional look.
Printed Stretch-Cotton Jersey T-shirt
Logos are back in a big way—we love a playful designer tee, smartened up when layered with a double-breasted blazer.
Skylan Leather Mules
White shoes make a fresh point for fall—and minimal styles offer a sleek, graphic finish.
Embellished Leather And Suede Slippers
A sharp leather mule holds up to refined workwear and brings sophistication to casual attire—a total must-have.
Forbidden Fruit Gold-Plated Earrings
Sculptural earrings show no signs of slowing down. Keep yours directional with an oversize coil for a wow moment.
Cube Mini Textured-Leather Shoulder Bag
Red is the resounding shade of the season. A top-handle bag is an effortless way to embrace the hero hue.
Somewhere Convertible Ruffled Pinstriped Silk-Satin Mini Dress
An update to pajama dressing, this pin-striped silk-satin dress melds menswear with femininity. Detachable ruffles can be worn cross-body, at the waist, around the neck or not at all.
Annabel Floral-Print Devoré Silk-Blend Chiffon Midi Dress
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi
If you buy one new dress for fall, make it an asymmetrical midi. A tactile print is ultra impactful.
Pierce Mini Python Shoulder Bag
This cult-loved bag gets the mini treatment. The python serves as a neutral, so it goes with everything (which we love in a designer investment).