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Before we know it our wardrobes will once again revolve around knitwear, cosy outerwear and a ton of midi dresses.
If you’re searching for some autumnal frock inspiration, look no further than Nobody's Child’s latest collaboration with Fearne Cotton and her brand Happy Place.
Having launched their first collaboration in June this year to great success, the second iteration has just dropped and is filled with the same feminine feel, coupled with Fearne’s cool girl twist.
While the collection is currently solely made up of dresses, soon knitwear and colourful tailoring will also drop online to perfectly complete the trans-seasonal ensembles.
Founded in 2015, London-based brand Nobody’s Child quickly became a celebrity wardrobe staple, frequently seen on the likes of Holly Willoughby, Rochelle Humes, and of course, Fearne Cotton who has been a fan for many years.
With affordability and sustainability at its core, the collection is crafted using responsible fabrics and with pieces starting from £39, the collection has something for every budget.
The vintage-inspired dresses may be affordable, but look way more expensive than their under £50 price tags. For the collaboration Nobody's Child has reimagined some of it's longtime favourites, including a sunshine yellow Alexa Dress and the best-selling Luna dress which now comes in an autumnal ditsy print.
Whether you style them with long boots, trainers or heels, there's no denying these classic dresses are versatile and sure to get lots of wear during the winter months.
In case you missed the first collection, which coincidentally was also filled with bold midi dresses, we've included our favourite picks from both collections below.