From henley shirts to shorter hemlines, you never know what the next week is going to bring when planning your outfits. I was not expecting a heatwave and honestly had forgotten what it felt like. Having some sun around does feel “refreshing” – for a change – and when running around town from shadow to sunlight and day to night, I thought about a few tips to style outfits in this somewhat transitional season.
No Need To Give Up The Trousers If You’re Not Into Shorts
These black trousers have been a staple of mine for months. I can wear them in winter with my favourite pair of boots or from spring to summertime with flats and a lighter top when it gets hotter. The crop length makes them easier to wear during shifting from a warm day to a cooler night.
Sheer And Airy Tops
To balance out the black trousers, I went for an airy top that let’s me run around for errands freely.
If you’re looking to build a capsule wardrobe, these are one of the necessary staples that you can dress up or down with anything. I matched mine to a strapped clutch but in order to avoid a plain look, I added just the necessary details, such as…
This Clinique lipstick is and has been a beauty staple in my Summer-Spring selection for seasons. I recently paired it with this feminine headscarf lookalike accessory for a more out of office look and decided to skip the sunnies this time. Okay, I had them in my clutch just in case.
And Finally – The Blazer Layer
When the wind came around, it was a perfect time to cover up with this classic blazer. I styled it a little unconventionally this time round, to take it off and put it back on in this slightly windier area.
Top, Trousers – ZARA; Blazer – H&M; Shoes – TAMARIS; Headband – STRADIVARIUS; Clutch – MANGO
What are your transitional wardrobe staples?