Saturday, 13 September 2014

Truly Transitional...


A switch in seasons means it’s time to change up & refresh your wardrobe and buy some new key pieces, as I highlighted in my previous post. However, if you are anything like me you'll find it’s a bit hard to let go of those last summer pieces and pack them up for the year. So, I have come up with a few ways to transition some classic summer garments for the colder months!  Starting with the simple floral sundress…


In the summer this dress was beautiful worn with bare legs and brown leather sandals but as the leaves turn brown it is time to add a few extra layers for warmth. Autumn is the perfect opportunity to layer your summer pieces, a simple white shirt looks great under a floral dress and a cardigan adds a little warmth but won't overheat you!

As winter draws in you needn't pack away that old floral dress. The fashion pack have created a trend called ‘Winter Florals’ the means you can't get away with flower prints all year round! Any floral print looks stylish as a skirt popping out of a thick jumper.  Pairing your dress with socks, boots and an oversized trilby hat conjures images of Sienna Miller & KeiraKnightley in the film The Edge of Love. 


Well, that's all for now folks, next Saturday watch out for the next post in the 'transitional pieces' series all about styling the maxi dress through autumn & winter!! 




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6 comments:

  1. I can't wait to wrap up and layer for the colder days!
    Love Victoriajanex

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  2. Love both looks and definately gives me some inspiration!

    Mary

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    1. Great to hear :) Thanks for the comment! xx

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  3. I am inspired by this blog. When you have a particularly favourite dress it is great to find ways to wear it across seasons. Fabulous

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    1. Yay! Lets wear our summer clothes all year round! xx

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