Apr 14, 2017 | By Carlene Thomas Bailey
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If you live in the UK, it’s fair to say that 90 percent of your wardrobe will be transitional pieces, pieces that you can layer for extra warmth and take off on those rare sunny days. And for those who reside in sunnier temps, transitional wardrobe items are key for when the nighttime turns a little cooler, and you need something to layer over your shoulders. But transitional dressing is not just carrying a sweater in your bag, it’s key pieces, lightweight knits, three quarter length trousers, button down shirts etc, items that when teamed together can help you stay looking cool but feeling warm.
And transitional dressing is not just for the ladies, we’ve scoured the globe to find the most inspiring street style from both men and women. You’ll see New Yorkers rocking classic black, street style in Copenhagen offered up inspiration with pastels and London was a brilliant eclectic mix of colours and prints, because transitional dressing doesn’t have to be boring. So bookmark these style tips and rock them this autumn and next spring, to handle the changing temps in style.
Like this? Check out our blog on how to stay cool in black all summer long here.
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