Post holiday we can feel autumnal dressing is still far off, but our summer kaftan dressing doesn’t work in home life. The high street is also awash with very autumnal checks, tartans but also thankfully some leopard and demim pieces. I love a shirt dress as it works open with jeans and a top, as well as layered over a long skirt. For now this works perfectly with a fun summer white or yellow shoe.

GERI, 50, Executive Assistant

This leopard Zara dress, similar to my very expensive Joseph alternative, is only £39. Accessorise it with yellow ASOS slingback heels for the end of summer and transition into winter with boots.

Geri's Makeup:


LIP2CHEEK in CHACHA (£25) on the cheeks

EYE2EYE in SUN (£18)

ANDOUNA, 31, Nursing Assistant

When you have an hourglass figure, with a bigger chest and a lovely waist, I always want to sinch the waist in further with clothes and make a focus out of it. This H&M denim dress (£34.99) works perfectly for this. I always like to take the tie out of the belt loops, cut the loops off and reposition the belt exactly at your personal waist. Start with the belt at the front, wrap around and bring back to the front in a small bow. This will accentuate any beautiful hourglass figure.

Andouna's Makeup:

LIP LUXE in POOKIE (£22) on the lips and a hint on the cheeks

LIP LOVE in KATINKA (£24) on the eyes!

DULCIE, 62, Language Teacher

If you're a beanpole, consider this delicious Mango jumpsuit (£49) in the most regal of purples, which is also utterly comfortable. It can be worn during the day with a white trainer, and dressed up at night with a fabulous leopard stiletto such as the ones from Office (£42). Top it off with the happiest bag this season, a rainbow cross body from Zara (£12.99).



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