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11autumnhush 0844 800 41082"Summer ends, and Autumn comes, and he who would have it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night. "HAL BORLANDFRONT COVERCASHMERE SHORT SLEEVE TUNIC (grey marl) £130, pg13STRETCH L/S TEE (white) £22.50, pg25LEGGINGS (dark charcoal marl) £25, pg26MOSS STITCH SNOOD (charcoal marl) £59.50, pg28CASHMERE WRIST WARMERS (charcoal marl) £30, pg 28CABLE-KNIT SOCKS (grey marl) £20, p85KNITTED JACKET £130Slim-fitting knitted jacket with pleat detailat the front opening. Body shaping seamswith piped knitted trim. Front pocketswith tubular trim. Wool/acrylic.dark greyXS (8), S-M (10-12), M-L (14-16)KNITTED HENLEY (grey marl) £49.50, pg46HAREM JOGGERS (black) £45, pg10CASHMERE RING SCARF (damson) £60, pg62CASHMERE WRIST WARMERS (dark navy) £30, pg62LEATHER BAG (black) £120, pg14Much as I love summer (or certainly the thought of summer), I'm pretty tired of my wardrobe by the end of August.So while the first sign of leaves falling from the trees is often quite a sad moment, the change of season does bring with it a host of possibilities.Not least of these is the opportunity to dress in something different - something a bit warmer and a bit cosier as the early autumnal chills grip the air.So, to help you make the transition from one season to the next (and even to get you looking forward to the days when you really need to wrap up warm before venturing beyond your front door), we would like to introduce the new hush range. Some of the items inside are old favourites, some like the Amy dress and long haremtrousers are back by popular demand, and some are completely new styles which we hope will make really stylish additions to your wardrobe.The great thing, as always, is that they are all designed not only to look great but alsoto be really versatile to ensure that you get maximum wear out of your purchases.Most pieces can be dressed up or dressed down, worn outside or in, layered or not and can also be matched back with lots of different items from this season (and previous seasons) - so you can get many different looks for the price of one.It may not make it high tide and a full moon every night - but we hope it's enough to make you glad that it's not eternal summer.Follow Mandy on her blog Watkins, Founder of hush