Let’s do this in style: 10 looks to rock the rentrée 2023

22 August, 2023

Another summer is slipping away and September is already around the corner. With that, temperatures will get lower, the days will be shorter, and we’ll be ready to come back to our regular lives and activities. And yet, September can, indeed, be a great month… for dressing up. It’s that period of the year when you can mix summer clothing with more heavy–weighted items to create layered, textured looks straight out of a fashion magazine. Let’s see our Personal Shoppers’ best tips for the rentrée!

Style tips for the rentrée

  • As we said, September is the ideal time to keep on using summer clothing, mixing it with more heavy weighted items to create layered looks. For example, you can use slip dresses with a t-shirt, skirts with lightweight, cotton jumpers, sandals with cashmere socks and tops under structured blazers.
  • There are also items that are exclusive for this season, like lightweight jackets, cotton jumpers, midi skirts, to name a few. Take advantage of the nice temperatures to show off all those garments that are too heavy to be worn in summer, and can only be used under heavier coats in winter.

Trending colours to go back to the office this 2023

be the ideal time of the year to mix summer colours with the new nuances of the next season. Coming back from the holidays and immediately wearing brown, grey, and beige can be shocking. Instead, match those darker colours with the bolder ones you use in summer, like fuchsia, green, yellow. The transition will be smoother and easier this way (both for you and your wardrobe).

Garments to add to your wardrobe for a big comeback

What items will we include in our wardrobes for a good comeback? As you may imagine, lightweight jackets like trench coats, denim jackets, bikers, but mostly blazers: the autumn/winter runways teach us that the blazers must be structured, with big, padded shoulders. Knitwear, yes, but in a lightweight fabric and with a tight fit that is perfect to pair with wide leg denim or trousers. The best alternative to trousers will be midi full skirts, the ones that Miuccia Prada loves to wear: and if the queen of style wears them…

10 Looks for the rentrée 2023

How to dress up for the many occasions of the day of a busy woman? We put together 10 different looks, for 10 different moments: we’re sure you’ll find the inspiration to adapt these outfits to your lifestyle!

The look to announce your comeback to the office

September means coming back to the office, and a total ecru look is the best way to show your tanned skin: match a blazer in a bolder colour, like this green one, to remind you of the sunny and warm weather.

Coffee break

At some point, you’ll need to get out for a coffee break, especially if you work from home: for this occasion, we suggest a simple outfit consisting of a wrap skirt, a basic white t-shirt and your favourite sandals

At some point, you’ll need to get out for a coffee break, especially if you work from home: for this occasion, we suggest a simple outfit consisting of a wrap skirt, a basic white t-shirt and your favourite sandals.

Sunday brunch

Sunday’s brunch is the new “going out for a drink”, it’s official. Therefore, the look must be perfectly studied and curated for the occasion. We created a feminine look composed of a polka dot dress and a bright yellow biker. A pair of sandals and a clutch to match are great to round off this outfit.

Saturday afternoon at the park

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Whether you have kids or not, you’ll probably end up spending at least one Saturday afternoon at the park, enjoying the nice temperatures of the mid-season. A simple denim + t-shirt look will do the trick, but we suggest adding an extra layer with a flannel shirt left unbuttoned.

Happy hour with friends

This season is also great to grab a drink after work because the days are still quite long and the temperatures at nights are ideal. Going home after an office day just to quickly change the outfit into a colourful mini dress and a blazer, and meeting your friends at the usual bar, is the best way to end the day.

Dinner out

In this period of the year, you can still enjoy a dinner in the open air, so you should take advantage of this to find an excuse not to cook for one night. We recommend a very feminine silk skirt with a sangallo shirt: the perfect way to integrate a very summery item into the mid-season.

Running errands

No matter the season, what you do for work, where you live: running errands is a task we all have in common. “Comfortable” is the key word for this look: comfy pants and a simple top are in order, but comfortable shoes and a big bag are essential (for example, a small backpack).

Lunch with co-workers

It can occur, especially if you have a job where you have many clients, that you’ll have to take them out for a quick business lunch. In these cases, you’ll want to look professional but also trendy and practical. What about a pleated midi skirt and a printed blouse? Complete the look with a shopper bag and flats.

Interview for a new job

September is the month for new beginnings, too: you might be starting a new job or interviewing for a new one. Here, the first impression is the most important, so you have to be cautious about what you choose to wear. The look we propose is composed of tailored blue trousers, a simple white blouse and sneakers. Add a silk scarf for a personal but professional touch.

Walking the dog

In summer, it can be hard to go on long walks with your dog because of the extreme heat, but now that the temperatures are softer, it’s time to go back to this healthy habit. Grab your bermuda shorts and match them with a lightweight jumper for a comfy and practical look.

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