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MF's autumn outfit picks

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Analog

Analog's Integrate hooded flannel shirt (£70) keeps out the chill without being so heavy that you'll get sweaty in it during warmer autumn days. Their black, grey and white three-pack of T-shirts (£35) means you can mix up your colours while fitted AG chinos (£55) help create a streamlined youthful look.

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DC

When the temperature drops you'll want a weatherproof jacket like this muted one from DC (£110). With pockets galore and lots of freedom of movement it's a function piece that works brilliantly with a fitted tee and a pair of DC's stretchy dark grey denim jeans (£60).

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Quiksilver.

Those of you wanting a more sophisticated boardsports uniform should pick up Quiksilver's autumn offering. Their lined wool Central jacket (£195) is super snug and seriously warm and comes with a thick hood to keep the rain off your dome. Combine it with a plain cotton sweatshirt (£75) and skinny-fit cords (£65) to create an understated autumn-ready look.

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Vans

The most skatey of the outfits, the loud, tight patchwork shirt (£55) works brilliantly with the retro Vans Skateboarder 1964 T-shirt (£20) and loose, stretchy chinos (£65). Great for those warmer autumn days when you're pootling around the park on a longboard.

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