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5 Blouses That Can Be Worn All Autumn Long

by Chloe Wilshere, Content Creator

No matter what time of year, we always think of blouses as must-have items. Whether you like to wear them tucked in, layered with a jumper, buttoned up or slightly unbuttoned, we love styling them with almost anything – from our favourite mom jeans to leather-look skirts. So what’s new about blouses right now? They come in fresh prints and new fashion details that are ready for autumn. Take a look at our five favourite blouses to wear all week and weekend long.

1. The Tie-Neck Blouse

We all know that leopard print never goes out of style, so investing in an animal print blouse could be the wisest decision you make this year. Meet the tie-neck blouse. The best part? You can wear it tied up or left loose, so it’s like having two tops in one.

2. The High-Neck Blouse

Bring together mesh, florals and frills, and you have the perfect blouse for autumn, and that’s exactly what we’ve done to give your wardrobe that little extra something. Just add denim to achieve an effortless ‘jeans and a nice top’ look.

3. The Formal Blouse

Be smart and find an outfit that does all the hard work for you. The white blouse is a failsafe key piece in any wardrobe. Whether you have an important meeting, a job interview, or just want to feel your best – you will look like you’ve got it together, even if you rolled out of bed five minutes before leaving the house.

4. The Roll-Neck Blouse

There are so many things that get us excited for autumn, and the return of roll necks is just one of many. We’ll be wearing ours with mini-skirts, smart trousers and ripped skinny jeans, for all of our potential plans. Style tip: layer and wear with necklaces to dress them up.

5. The Utility Blouse

If you love the utility look but you’re wondering how to style it, we have a couple of ideas that you might like. This utility blouse in animal print can be worn with jeans for a casual look or with tapered trousers for work. If you’re feeling really brave, pair it with cargo trousers for a full utility style.