After a promising few days of sunshine in London, the idea of investing in cold-weather gear isn’t so appealing. But equally let us not forget that this is England we’re talking about, and nothing says home sweet home quite like unpredictable drizzle and chilling winds. That being said, there is such a way to hit refresh on your day-to-day look without having to overhaul the contents of your wardrobe. We’re showing you how to style your looks to wear now, which can be easily adapted for the entire year round later. Who doesn’t love a good wardrobe staple?!
Modernize classic prints like RIXO’s houndstooth silk skirt by introducing another colour. This adds instant chic appeal and means extra longevity for a print you may have only associated with a winter wardrobe. Tania’s paired it here with Re/Done’s cropped hoodie and kept the accessories on theme.
These Primrose Park ‘Kylie’ trousers have been on our radar for a while - they are such a timeless cut in our favourite muted shades. Contrary to popular belief, they needn’t be confined to the warmer months - they work equally as well with a hoodie as they do with a camisole on warmer days. Be bold and clash them with a block colour, it will bring out the subtlety of the pastel tones and completely transform your look.
You can’t go wrong with a midi dress - what we love most about them is that it’s possible to pull together a complete and stylish look in one simple step. However, if you think simplicity is overrated, there are so many other stylish ways to wear them and they are versatile enough to style and wear all year round. Try opting for a layering approach, the trendiest thing this season is to layer dresses over full outfits and we just love what Tania’s done with Jeff’s floral version.
Animal print has made the transition from trend to closet essential. We absolutely love RIXO’s Emma dress, not only for its flattering pleated skirt and vibrant print but also because it works just as well during the day as after dark. Finish the look with a pair of the highly sought after Grenson Nanette boots.