Style: AGELESS STYLE: Style staples for every age

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If the term ‘one colour suits all’ was meant for a specific hue it’s most definitely grey. Not your dull, overcast grey, more of a strokable, luxurious grey that’s reminiscent of the softest velvets and perfectly woven wools. Try a nuance of different tones as shown here or the same shade top-to-toe – both work. A great coat, a sleek knit and a well-cut pair of trousers look classy and expensive, and are pieces that you’ll love for a long time.

Coat, £778, jumper, £270, trousers,. £370, all veronicabeard.com.. Glasses frames, £89, wearglas.co.uk.. Bag, £675, smythson.com.. Trainers, £130, veja-store.com. © Provided by Daily Mail Coat, £778, jumper, £270, trousers,. £370, all veronicabeard.com.. Glasses frames, £89, wearglas.co.uk.. Bag, £675, smythson.com.. Trainers, £130, veja-store.com.

FABRIC CARE

AGELESS STYLE: Style staples for every age

  AGELESS STYLE: Style staples for every age Love it or loathe it, pink is enjoying a renaissance and it's waiting in the wings to add a pop of colour to our autumn wardrobes. Shelly Vella says she always steered away from these coloursCOLLAR

Fabric care is key in ensuring the longevity of investment pieces. Opt for detergents that don’t contain harsh chemicals and hand wash knitwear to avoid shrinkage. Try one of Steamery’s fabric shavers, from £45, to remove lint and pilling.

TEXTURE

When sticking to one colour, play with texture to create more impact.

FOOTWEAR

For a relaxed feel, classic white trainers are smart and effortless. Heels will dress up the look for dinner or the office.

ACCESSORIES

Statement glasses frames will punctuate a well-put-together outfit. If you’d like to add a pop of colour, opt for contrast accessories. Red, emerald green and the season’s hottest ticket, pink, all look great with grey.

COLOURS

Tonal dressing is one of the easiest ways to create an instantly chic off-duty look. If grey doesn’t appeal, try shades of camel or greige (a mix of beige and grey), another trend for autumn.

FOR SIMILAR

Try Cos’s belted wool-blend coat, £190, cos.com, and Autograph at M&S’s wool-blend herringbone wide-leg trousers, £69, marksandspencer.com.

DO

Complement the cool tones with silver jewellery for a polished finish.

DON'T

Shy away from investment pieces. A good coat shouldn’t be a seasonal buy.

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