Transitional dressing – what to wear

Transitional dressing – what’s the scoop?

transitional dressing

I know it’s still mid-August, but here in Blighty it feels like the Autumn has already arrived. What with the Brit weather and piles of new products landing in stores right now, I thought it was about time to get some thoughts down about transitional dressing and how to work it with an on-trend vibe this season.

Transitional dressing is one of those weird outfit choices where you’re kind of stuck between oh-my-god-I-only-just-got-this-tan-and-now-you’re-telling-me-to-put-it-away and the necessity to cozy up as it’s not bikini weather anymore – or at least not in my backyard! So you want to be thinking about items which can work now and also work through to the proper chilly months ahead.

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Transitional dressing – how to wear it.

With this in mind, I’ve put together this cute edit which is all about praising the versatility of the wide leg crop pant. You may have invested already over the summer (I’ve been a bit of a fan for a while…check these culotte posts outbut these culotte looks are here to stay for the foreseeable so it’s time to embrace the trend.

First up I’m loving these Whistles wide leg pants. I added a simple J.W. Anderson denim jacket, Vivienne Westwood Anglomania crisp white shirt and these super comfy classics by Adidas.

A few red pops of colour from the Weekend Maxmara scarf, Givenchy bracelet and fab Anya Hindmarch ‘men-at-work’ bag and you’re all set for the schlepp into work tube strike or not.

N.B.Greys are a big colour story for AW15 as well as a splash of red, so keep this in mind when you’re loading up your shopping cart for the new season.

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