September is here and in many peoples minds it is officially Autumn; the season of cosy styles, pumpkin spiced lattes and casseroles. Getting ready for any weather is something us Brits we have plenty of experience with. September is full of mini heatwaves, rainy days, cloudy and windy days. We have put together a blog of some of our favourite pieces this season and trust us, we had a hard time trying to choose the perfect September styles.


Our iconic eco dress, the Starshine is back for Autumn Winter 2021 in five new gorgeous patterns. Featuring two hand pockets, 3/4 length sleeves and a classic scoop neck, the Starshine is a great additional to your transitional wardrobe.

When autumn comes around, a denim dress is always a go-to. The Aofie is perfect for the colder weather. Featuring roll-up long sleeves, tie belt and button up design, we love the Aofie denim dress.

Maxi dresses aren’t just for summer. The Lex maxi dress is a great way to have an all in one outfit ready to go! Featuring a block colour top with long sleeves and a patterned skirt and eco friendly fabrics, there are many reasons to love the Lex eco dress.


A pretty floral short sleeve tunic, the Breeza is not only beautifully designed, it is also eco-friendly. It is a win -win!

A classic striped tunic, the Kelsey is a staple in our wardrobe this season. Wear with a pair of our Louisa stretch leggings and be on your way.

A 3/4 sleeve tunic with a fun autumnal print, the Cedar tunic is 100% organic cotton and great to wear this season.

Add a Layer

The Serena gilet is reversible making it a two in one accessory you can wear with all your favourite outfits. Pair with our favourite organic cotton long sleeve shirt and a pair of denim for a classic autumnal look.

A staff favourite and a practical layer that every women needs in their wardrobe, the Camelia waterproof jacket. Featuring a hood, adjustable cuffs and fully waterproof, the Camelia is a must have.

Loved by you, adored by us, the Beyonce grid 1/4 zip fleece is a firm favourite at Weird fish.

What is your favourite style this season?