Ok so I know that a lot of us in the UK has just experienced a deep freeze, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. It's that time of the year when it can be 2 degrees one day and then 22 degrees the following day. While most of us welcome the warmer days, the every changing weather can make dressing appropriately more challenging. One day the biggest and warmest artic coat is necessary and the next you're sweating in a t-shirt and denim jacket in line at the grocery store. Sound familiar? I thought so. So I thought I would share some outfits that I have found to be great for transitional weather dressing.
The key: layers, layers, layers.
Starting off with a look I wore recently and felt super cute in so couldn't not share it. This is a great look for spring, especially on the slightly colder days. The jumper is a thicker knit so keeps you feeling nice and warm, layered over a white cotton shirt and paired with some blue linen trousers. A fantastic springtime look that you can finish off with a pair of trainers or heels/loafers for a more elegant look.
A look that was inspired by the ever gorgeous Lydia Millen, this H&M dress absolutely beautiful. A piece that will definitely be a staple in my wardrobe going forward, it is a brilliant dress for those days where the weather is all over the place. Lightweight for those warm, sunny days where it can be worn alone but for those days when the temperature drops, throw on a cream knitted cardigan and some thick tights and you have yourself a winner.
This jumpsuit I actually bought last year and it has never been worn apart from once for a photoshoot. A great creamy, camel colour its perfect for spring/summer and those warmer autumn days. Layer a white linen shirt over the top and bring it in with a black or brown belt on the colder days. For days when its extra chilly throw on a thicker cardigan or layer a denim jacket over the shirt.
I hope that you like the outfits and that you have found some inspiration to help you dress during these transitional months - KD
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