Ease into autumn with our guide to the top five transitional pieces you probably already have in your wardrobe! Autumn is the season to experiment with layering up or down depending on the changeable whether – what better way to get the most out of the pieces you bought for your summer wardrobe whilst swapping over to your new winter looks? We’ve gathered some of our favourite street style looks that showcase super stylish layering to give you some inspiration for the fall months.
Dress it up or down and wear with anything from jeans to formal tailored trousers, the roll neck top is one of the most versatile options for any season. Cashmere can work great under a bomber jacket or opt for jersey fabrics if you are looking for something you can tuck into a mini skirt for a sophisticated evening look, all the while keeping the winter chill at bay.
This one is obvious, we all have a staple leather jacket that can bridge the gap between the sleeveless months and the days when only a winter coat will do. With such a vast amount of styles available this is the perfect trans-seasonal layer. We love nothing better than a classic biker style with studded embellishments and zip details.
Perfect for the day time styled with leggings or bare legs for a stylish evening look, the shirt dress is again a layering classic. With long sleeves and a long-line fit shirt dresses combine just the right amount of smart and casual appeal. Make your glamorous with a clutch bag and heels or simple layer over your favourite black leggings and wear with trainers for all day comfort.
A trend season after season, ripped denim is no longer the symbol of rebellion but a fail safe style staple. Seen here with chunky knitwear and a long sleeved jersey t-shirt, ripped denim can add just the right amount of edge to your go-to comfort pieces.
Don’t forget to invest in a timeless pair of ankle boots and make sure you can style them with anything from dresses to jeans, chinos to mini skirts. The perfect footwear to keep your ankle warm in the colder months whilst adding festival chic to your trans-seasonal dress collection.