To celebrate the shoe and bag fashion special in this week's issue of Stylist, we've teamed up with my-wardrobe.com to offer the ultimate accessories update - £3,000 to spend on the a/w collections at the online store. To start planning your shopping spree (and discover a handy clue to help you answer the competition question), our fashion team have scoured the bag and shoe lounge, and made their edit of the 30 key accessories for the new season. So get studying our selection of key accessories, and then enter the competition here.
Menswear is a major autumn/winter trend - thus the brogue becomes a key style this season. Do androgyny properly in a brogue from luxury men's lable Grenson - who have released their first ladies collection.
Designers had fun with glittery accessories this season - Anya Hindmarch's Valorie clutch is the perfect partner to Miu Miu's glittery Mary Janes.
These edgy but elegant peep-toes are the easiest way to work the fetish trend.
We love Halston Heritage's rainbow bright take on the snakeskin trend.
In the colour of the season, cobalt blue, these mid-height heels are an instant workwear update, and comfortable to boot.
This cherry red quilted bag will become your wardrobe staple - it's roomy, easy to carry and will brighten up any outfit.
Knee-high boots are back - pair Acne's red wine version with a midi or denim pencil skirt.
With handy dividers inside to seperate your documents, this beautiful purple clutch is a useful travel companion - but also makes a chic evening bag.
We adore the jade green shade of these statement t-bar heels - wear with black tailored trousers or jewel tones for a Studio 54 vibe.
This bright orange bag comes in a key autumn/winter colour, and can be worn in a multitude of ways - carry under your arm like a clutch, wear like a satchel, or hold the handle for a prim and proper look.
Heritage prints? Check. Berry shades? Check. Fetish details? Check. These Skovgaard shoes tick a multitude of trend boxes, and are exquisitely made.
A cute little sister to the Harper bag, we love the mustard shade - the mini size will force you to pack light.
These multi-strap booties look tough on the outside, but are lined with super-soft shearling to keep your feet warm all winter.
Along with houndstooth, herringbone is another heritage fabric that made a comeback this season. See by Chloe's herringbone satchel is a charming take on the heritage trend.
Looking for an update on the satchel this season? May we introduce you to Phillip Lim's ink blue, multi-pocketed and incredibly spacious tote.
One of DVF's signature styles is now available in a rather autumnal green. Wear with trousers now, tights as the winter approaches, and save for next summer!
Small, but perfectly formed, the stylish 'Snappy' in black leather will take you from desk to dinner, to dancefloor.
Snakeskin has overtaken leopard as the animal print of the season - these stylish court shoes are a subtler way to nod to the trend.
We wish our school satchel had been this chic. Michael Kors has produced a perfectly preppy, luxurious take on the classic schoolbag.
Leopard print isn't over just yet - these courts from D&G ooze Italian style.
The Missoni print is timeless and this cute mini bag is perfect for the party season.
These glamorous gold snakeskin sandals are the perfect party shoe.
Love Mulberry's it-bag, the Tillie? Then you'll adore their latest version - a reptile print in the softest, midnight blue suede.
With their vibrant tartan print and fetish-style studs, pair these punky courts with a prim pencil skirt to make them office-appropriate.
Work the ladylike trend with this sweet little handbag, in a retro colour palette of mustard, orange and brown.
We love the seventies feel of these Mulberry boots, and the wedge heel will keep your feet comfortable.
Effortlessly cool, off-duty boots that work equally well with denim and dresses.
This leather studded satchel is a great weekend bag - wear with spray on jeans, biker boots and slouchy knitwear.
Try the Navajo trend with these cranberry red fringed boots from Diane Von Furstenberg.