How to Master Transition Weather Dressing
Transition Weather Dressing can become an art form in itself as you have to master the art of light layers. And not only that but you need a strong understanding of what colors, prints and fabrics best serve you during this ‘in between’ season.
As a Style Coach I have come to realise there’s nothing more frustrating for my clients than getting dressed for the day knowing that it’s going to start off chilly and be blazing by the afternoon. And for many months out of the year that’s exactly what our mornings hold as we stare blankly into our closets asking ourselves what to wear!
For some outfit inspiration, I’ve created three transition weather looks sure to help you ease into spring in style. I invite you to think of them as basic outfit formulas or templates for you to use in creating outfits in your own closet. But if you see a piece that piqued your interest don’t hesitate to click on the link below to shop it now.
Style Tip: When it’s chilly in the morning and hot in the afternoon, you need light layers that add interest without adding tons of warmth. A sleeveless vest is the perfect addition to any spring dress, or even with a blouse and pair of trousers for work. To keep your look more spring than winter, opt for a pair of stacked heel sandals in a rich tone (and yes suede is a year-round fabric!).
- Zinaida Embroidered Jacket
- Rhodium-plated choker
- Blush Cotton Velvet
- Sweatheart Tank Top
- ‘Lauren Joy’ Diamond Disc Stud Earrings
- Metallic Superstar Sneakers
- Distressed Release Hem Skinny Jeans
Style Tip: White jeans are now a year-round item for the style-loving femme. Simply slip them on with a comfy, chic, closed toe sneaker and you’re good to go. For a flattering look, create a column of white with a white tank, white jeans and a lighter color shoe. Don’t forget to add that light layer with a punchy jacket or blazer over your all white look.
For more tips & tricks for rocking white all year long, click HERE to watch my ‘Style Secrets with Megan’ video!
- Red Suede Mini Backpack
- slim ex-boyfriend shirt in chambray
- Zaca Necklace
- ‘Upside Down’ Small Hoop Earrings
- Tied Tweed Shorts
- Rockstud textured-leather point-toe flats
Style Tip: If you’re a shorts lover, but aren’t quite ready for a full-blown summer shorts look, then this outfit is for you! A chambray (or denim) button down can be the perfect way to ease into the warmer weather. Throw on a great pair of closed toe flats (tip: pointed toe are in and often the most flattering shoe silhouette) to complete this transition weather look.
Now it’s your turn! Head to your own closet and try recreating these transition weather looks with items you already own. And don’t forget to shop the links above or simply write down on your spring shopping list any of the pieces that are missing from your wardrobe to ensure you always have the perfect outfit for every type of weather.