How to transition to Autumn using your summer wardrobe
How to transition to Autumn using your summer wardrobe. Summer has been so long and hot that it is difficult to imagine the temperatures getting lower. Undeterred by the continuing warmth the trees around us are already beginning to turn stunning shades of red and rust. I have certainly got a lot of wear from all my summer dresses, skirts and tee shirts this year. I have worn many of them on rotation. Several of them are beginning to look a bit weary and are ready to be retired. However, there are several that I still love.
I have recently been exploring the new season styles and colours yet it does not seem to be time yet to transition to Autumn. So I am exploring how to get the most wear out of some of my Summer items. With a little thought and planning, It is the perfect opportunity for creative layering it is possible to get extra mileage out of your favourite summer items. Maxi/midi dresses and skirts are ideal pieces to start with as you can easily team them with lightweight knits and light jackets.
How to transition to Autumn using your summer wardrobe:
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Coral floral print midi dress MarksandSpencer || Ivory smocked silk blouse Boden || Orange merino/cashmere cardigan MeandEm (in their sale) || Straw Trilby hat MarksandSpencer || Trainers FitFlop || Straw tote MarksandSpencer.
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Ruffle sleeve broderie blouse Boden || Blue merino/cashmere cardigan MeandEm (in their sale) Sold out available in cream or cashmere cropped style in blue || Blue print midi skirt JIgsaw || Blue hat Anthropologie || Trainers FitFlop || Slouchy cube bag Whistles.
Even though the temperatures have dropped a little I am still sitting at my computer feeling hot and clammy. I have certainly got a lot of wear from my summer wardrobe many of the pieces have been worn on rotation and are beginning to look a bit weary.
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