Mind the gap // Mastering Trans-Seasonal dressing


Trans-seasonal dressing could certainly be classed as one of fashion's most challenging bi-yearly tasks. Deciphering the weather report to avoid daily discomfort, handbags full of extra layers and the tricky bare legs and boots combination (an acceptable and super chic option in our sartorial opinion), bridging the fashion gap can be a struggle.
Trans-seasonal pieces: Enter stage right.
Designed to reboot our wardrobes in the periods where it's not quite hot, but not quite cold, trans-seasonal pieces serve as our fashion saviours; acting as the wardrobe building blocks for the season ahead. 
Below is our edit of 3 wardrobe essentials from our Winter capsule "Elemental", designed to help you navigate this seasonal mindfield with style and ease.
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1. The Slouchy Pant

The slouchy pant plays with proportion and lends itself to total comfort and style. Select a style in a light weight fabric, allowing for breathability for warmer months and coverage when the temperature drops. Pair with chunky oversized knits and a cuff to show off the right amount of ankle or a stripe tee and denim jacket for an outfit that's a cult classic.

 Style Tip: The Gia Pant in Chambray, Black and White are sure to be this season's MVP.

2. The Sleeveless Knit 

Elevate your knitwear game with a sleeveless knit. The ultimate layering piece, this style lends itself to major wardrobe versatility. Bronzed summer skin still lingering? (you lucky girl) The sleeveless knit pairs perfectly on it's own when worn with a slouchy pant, and then experiences a chic winter upgrade when styled with sleek leather separates

Style Tip: the  Nina Overlay Knit and the Paloma Roll Neck Vest are sure to receive a major wardrobe workout this season.

 3. The A Line Skirt

Embrace those pins! Daring we know. But an A-line skirt with movement and a high waist is the chicest way to transition through the seasons. A certified wardrobe classic; the A-line skirt compliments both structure and slouch, making it the ultimate go to option. As the mercury drops, swap out your tees for lightweight shirts and long sleeves (Try a stripe: so frenchy, so chic!) and for those of you with sartorial confidence, try a cropped knit for a look that's all about turning heads.

Style Tip: the Samara A-line Skirt is so effortlessly chic, the only choice you will have to make is which colour to wear.