Sep 15, 2020

How To Transition Your Wardrobe for A/W


It's time to pack away the bikinis (another year, another failed attempt at a bikini body) and start to think about outfits we can put together for the colder months. It's no secret that not all of us are in the position to spend massive amounts of money on a shopping spree for new autumnal clothes since Covid has hit, but the good news is that there are simple ways that you can work with what you already have!

Layer Your Dresses
Let's start with the basics - Once September comes to a close, you're going to need layers. If you're not quite ready to wave goodbye to your favourite summer dress just yet, then simply pair it with lightweight items such as an oversized t-shirt underneath or add a faux leather jacket over the top.

Leather Jackets Will Be Your New Best Friend.
Following on from the mention of faux leather jackets, faux leather is going to be absolutely everywhere this quarter. Faux leather jackets go with almost every outfit, and you don't just need to stick to black leather either. Try coloured leather such as white or beige to switch things up and make even more of a statement.

Revisit Your Shoes
If you've been living in sandals all summer (or more realistically slippers since we've been in quarantine), then have a look at your shoe collection and try to pair your outfits with any boots you might have. Boots are going to be a big staple in the upcoming months, so dig our your heeled boots, biker boots and thigh high boots!

Introduce An Autumnal Colour Palette
London Fashion Week projected that this A/W is going to be centred around blues, deep reds and olives in addition to the classic beige, white and black. Try and look for any of these coloured items in your wardrobe and begin basing your outfits around these.

Have you started planning your autumn outfits yet?

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