Wardrobe Tips for In-Between Seasons!

Now this is one crazy weather! One day, it is 27 degrees and sunny and the very next, we are subjected to freezing temperatures.

Sweat or puffer? Bare legs or tights? Boots or Bellies? These are the things that we ponder over each morning when checking the weather. The early weeks of spring are just so unpredictable, anything is possible! Fret not, here are some quick fixes to make sure dressing for the season isn’t quite so guess-and-check.

Just so this unpredictable weather doesn’t get the better of you, read on this no-brainer guide to perfect transitional dressing. Find out how to wear new purchases with your wintertime staples and also peep a few seasonal ways to wear black clothes without getting too dark.

Go Basic!
Pair your black & white, printed and striped pieces for a fresh-off-the-runway style this season! Counter the weird weather with pared down minimalism like leather finish pants, solid or printed trousers coupled with striped tees, breezy tops with plunging necklines and lightweight jackets to create that casual cool chic vibe.

transitional dressing 1Make Way for the Denim Shirt Dress

When all else fails, nothing beats a denim shirt dress. This denim effect makes for a chic errand outfit! Just as versatile and girlier, no wonder A-listers totally dig this trend. Button up in style in a ’50s throwback, the shirt dress- collared or colourful, wear these flattering shirt dresses with a stylish waist belt and casual sneakers to keep things casual! Best bet for the in-between seasons, try your fav denim shirt dress with sheer tights and combat boots for chillier days.

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The Classic Style Story
Classics are classic for a reason! Lightweight knits, cropped and textured pants are the epitome of classic spring fashion. Invest in staple items like these, and incorporate them into dozens of new outfits.

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Sweat it Out
Sometimes, a good ol’ pair of sweats is what we really need to get through the day. No worries, it won’t look sloppy or lazy! In fact, these understated ensembles teaming the most basic separates would surely get you the ticket for a subtler fashion ‘do’! Don’t you agree girls?

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On a Lighter Note
Spring is the best time to sport all your Monochrome and Pastel numbers! Seriously, go ahead. Check out these pastel hued sweater and cropped pant combinations with a tinge of soft blush. Try these work appropriate ways to show off your personal style. Aren’t they totally refreshing!

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Let’s Talk Chambray
Chambray is a keeper! A Chambray shirt has re-incarnated in a way that is all things fresh, clean and of course, spring-summery! This spring/summer must-have combines everything we love. It is the fine blend of masculinity, practicality and style in an easy-to-wear design that can easily transition you from morning drop-offs, to the office and drinks with the girls. Wear it open over a basic tee or tank, or button it up, layer with leather or chunky knitwear or simple throw it over an off-shoulder dress to create the ultimate statement looks!

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Max it Out- The High Slit Maxi Top Trend
Honestly, this style staple is having its moment! Extremely versatile, comfortable and flattering, the High Slit Maxi Top trend has been doing the rounds on the international fashion scene. Defined by high slit, (centre slits, side slits or even two slits) this super elegant garment can be worn with distress or acid wash jeans coupled with ankle length boots for that punk rock vibe. Try and sport a bold avatar by teaming your high slit top with a pair of denim cutoff and gladiators.

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