In wool and rubberized tweed, Alexander Wang keeps this bodycon number sharp and directional; the sleek black panels designed to cleverly skim the outline of the figure and make the most of your curves. Throw an ochre oversized blazer over the top for work or step up the look with towering ankle boots for evening.
This daring number from Stella McCartney features mesh insert panelling for a rather risque evening look. For those who are brave enough, the contoured design is guaranteed to sculpt the hottest silhouette so keep the styling simple and let the panels do the talking!
Victoria Beckham’s line has gradually worked it’s way past the cynicism of the fashion world and become synonymous with clean, flattering, fashion forward designs, and this kingfisher blue number is no exception. My personal favourite of the season’s bodycon offerings; the subtly quilted panels nip in the waist and the demure length is played off by the form-hugging fit.
Taken from Peter Pilotto’s A/W collection, inspired by Japanese light trucks, this bold print dress is sure to be a show stopper! With a slightly unusual silhouette created by the slim fishtail-esque central panel, this is definitely not fashion for the faint hearted. Slick black heels and a flick of eyeliner are all that is needed to complement this bold number.
So while we slip into longer nights and cooler days, it can’t be all bad with these slick numbers to brighten up the coming autumnal evenings!