HOW TO MASTER TRANS-SEASONAL DRESSING, THE POSITIVE WAY

James Munro Creative

It’s drawing closer to the time of the year we long for: lighter evenings, a warmer commute to work and the thought of a one-stop look. Here’s how to master trans-seasonal dressing ethically, with pieces we love from our #BrandsToTrust to invest in and start wearing now. 

 

Credit: James Munro Creative for Dagny

 

LIGHTEN UP

Layers get effortless, with sleek wool cardigans and cover-ups that keep you warm but don’t weigh you down.

 

ALPACA SAMKA
Old Port Herringbone Scarf
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FLOCK BY NATURE
Eloise Merino Sweater
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OSHADI
Robe Coat
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UNDER WRAPS

Silk scarves were huge on the S/S’18 runways, for a style statement that is practical too. Tie them around your neck for a retro-inspired look.

 

BEULAH LONDON
Shibani Scarf Red & Ecru
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CHARTWELLANDG
Large Scarf Crepe de Chine Blush
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KENZO
Eyes All-Over Print Modal Blend Scarf
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DRESS CODE

Look to spring-ready dresses for your morning style solution. Not ready to bare all? Team over denim until the weather hots up.

 

DAGNY
Dalia Floral Dress
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LOEWE
Ibiza Print Maxi Dress
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BEULAH LONDON
Ophelia Ruffle Sleeve Dress
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SHOE SAVIOURS

Opt for versatile footwear, that can take you from cool to warmer climates – we love this leopard print boot for an instant way to lift your look.  

 

STIVALERIA CAVALLIN
Urban Decathlon in Jaguar
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CAMILLA ELPHICK
Lower Mid Ruby Heels
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MOMOC
Ciel Blue
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FRESH START

If you’re more of a minimal dresser, try accessorizing with a pop of colour that breathes fresh air to your wardrobe. 

 

FARAH ASMAR
Coral Calypso Top Handle
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AITCH AITCH
Amelia Backpack
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MAYSHAD PARIS
Timeless Large Bag Lemon Yellow
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