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Your Essential Guide To Transeasonal Dressing

Dressing for the unpredictable British weather is hard enough, let alone when we’re transitioning between two seasons. So, in order to really nail transeasonal dressing, you’re going to need a few key pieces that will help bridge the gap between your cosy winter wardrobe and your brighter, summer one.

That’s why we’ve teamed up with Tu, to share our favourite pieces that will ensure that your cool to warm wardrobe transition is as smooth as possible. You can thank us later!

Embroidered Denim Jacket

A denim jacket is the perfect outerwear piece to help you make the smooth transition from Winter to Spring. Opting for one with a light, faded denim finish and pretty floral embroidery will ensure that you still look on-trend when the warm weather hits.

Patterned Jumpsuit

When choosing a jumpsuit that will see you through the changing seasons, look for one with a timeless pattern, like this intricate chain design. While the weather is still cool, pair this with a jumper and some boot heels. Once it warms up, trade in your knitwear for a plain white tee and some slip-on sandals.

Floral Tea Dress

A pretty tea dress is a must-have piece for summertime, but remember that you can always wear this item on colder days, too. Layering is key here, so pair your dress with a knitted cardigan, tights and some peep toe boots to beat the chill.

Classic Tailored Jumpsuit

A key item for your workwear wardrobe is a timeless black jumpsuit. This versatile item can be partnered with long-sleeve shirts or worn alone for smart summer styling. Plus, the self-tie waist will help you create an envious hourglass figure.

Long-sleeve Patterned Shirt

No transeasonal wardrobe would be complete without a patterned shirt, as this is one item of clothing that can be worn in both cold and warm weather. When it’s cooler, wear the shirt completely buttoned up, and layer it under a round neck jumper. Once it gets warmer, roll the sleeves up and unbutton the shirt at the top so that you remain cool as a cucumber!

Wide Cut Trousers

Versatile enough to dress up or down, a pair of sophisticated wide cut trousers will help to see you through the changing seasons, as well as from office to after-work drinks. A chic pattern like simple stripes won’t go out of fashion, so you can wear the trousers all through Spring and Summer.