Autumn tones: The 6 pieces to add to your wardrobe now

By Vogue Scandinavia's Shopping Team

Photo: Handsome Stockholm

Nature is costume-changing into palette of auburns, golds and browns, and so are we. These are the seasons's sought-after six pieces to shop now, as selected by Vogue Scandinavia

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Yes, a pop of colour – say a cerise shoe or a pea green coat – may brighten darker days, but that said we've found ourselves drawn to a sleeker, more seamless palette for the upcoming season. Set on a singular shade range of neutrals, we've narrowed down our wardrobe rotations to an array of browns perfectly fit for the wet-weather months ahead.

While our choice of colour may be monochromatic, textures take unexpected turns. Perforated leather interplays with the softest suede, fuzzy knits mesh with debased jacquard – all slung atop lacy lingerie.

Below, discover our six must-have monochromatic pieces for the new season, ready to shop and wear now.

Long sleeve sweater by HOPE

Let's face it, there's nothing more essential to layering than a knitted sweater come autumn. Add a blazer to keep warm come colder days, or pair with your favourite swishy skirt and tall boots for a breezy look for warmer weather.

Suede tote by Little Liffner

A true everyday trooper, we'd bet you won't remember your life pre-owning this suede tote from Little Liffner. It truly fits all – from lunch box to laptop, and even a change of shoes.

Gold chain necklace by Nootka

There's no easier way to zhoosh up a monochromatic look than chunky gold jewellery. This chain from Nootka has the added benefit of blending into your all-brown ensemble while adding some irresistible shine.

Leather gloves by Handsome

Quality leather gloves are an often over-looked necessity in the autumn wardrobe. An unsung styling hero, choosing a fun pair can really up your sartorial ante. Take this perforated orange pair, for example. They'll add some pizzazz to any ensemble – instantly helping you to look more put together.

Turtleneck dress by Stine Goya

As far as investments go, hardworking wardrobe pieces are the best. This debased jacquard tube dress of a maxi length from Stine Goya fits the bill – working just as well for the office as for an after work by simply swapping your shoes. Planning to stay out beyond cocktail hour? The sipper down the front allows you to make more interesting styling choices for evening.

Underwear by Lace Laboratory

Why leave the monochromatic trend at mere surface level when you can add some autumnal hues in your underwear drawer as well? This clay coloured lace lingerie take your monochromatic look to new heights. After all, consistency is everything.