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Dress To Suit All The Seasons

Author: pmcindoe  |  Category: Clothing
Published: February 8, 2009

Layering your clothes is a simple way to seamlessly see your way from spring and summer through to autumn and winter, so hold back before banishing all your summer clothes to the back of the wardrobe.

If you want to stay warm and chic all season long then layering your favourite items is just the answer. This tried and tested method never goes out of fashion and with a little finesse you can hold on to some of your most treasured summer items well into the winter months.

The key to looking stylish is to keep the overall effect fluid, so only layer lighter fabrics, such as fine jersey and organza. Summer dresses can be worn over a long sleeved tee or turtleneck, or teamed with leggings and ankle boots to stand you in good stead through the colder months. And when the temperature drops to its coldest you can simply opt for thick tights and calf or knee-high boots to keep yourself nice and toasty.

Summer t-shirts can also be worn under cardigans and blazers during autumn and winter, and could even be paired with trouser-leg jeans and heels for a night out on the town. Jackets and blazers with tailored details give a fun and preppy look whereas a more traditional shape will create a classic look.

Tank tops also work well in winter whether worn under a cardigan or over a long-sleeve t-shirt. Chunky cardigans are a current trend, so you could invest in one to keep your look updated, whilst also keeping you warm when the temperatures fall.

Cotton skirts can work in winter too; wear with a jumper, leggings and ankle boots when you’re out and about or mix with a blazer, tights and pumps for a look that will see you through day and night. What’s more, bright summer colours look good all year round; therefore, don’t feel like you have to wear black in autumn and winter. A few vibrant pieces will brighten up a dreary winter day and the ‘brighter is better’ rule isn’t restricted to only clothes as bright shoes, bags and accessories work well too.

When it comes to outerwear a three-quarter-sleeve mac is the ideal item to bridge the trans-seasonal gap. But when it gets colder you may want to swap short sleeves for longer ones; however, until the time comes you can continue to make the most of your spring and summer glad rags.

It just goes to show that regardless of whether its women’s casual clothing you’re looking for or something a little more formal, you can mix and match different items to see you through all seasons.

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

Author: pmcindoe

Paul McIndoe writes for a digital marketing agency. This article has been commissioned by a client of said agency. This article is not designed to promote, but should be considered professional content.

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