Tuesday, March 10, 2015

StyleInspiration - Transition Dressing (Feels like Winter but its kinda Spring)

Ada Kokosar by Tommy Ton
(via Style.com)
The time has changed, we have sprung forward, but it still feels like winter. What do you do when you are sick of the winter drab and just need to inject some fresh spirit into day to day dressing? Change up the color palette and layer. Not to say we have not been layering this whole time...

After going through the countless (amazing) street style and runway snaps from Fashion month A/W 2015/16, the verdict is absolute. Midi skirts are here to stay and that is pretty cool. No longer are limited to opposites when it comes to length but we have the happy medium, where ankles and shoes can be shown off but knees and thighs remain conspicuously hidden. This is my favorite piece for transition dressing and the past week can attest to it!



Outfits have been exclusively comprised of: sweater, midi skirt, tights and knee high boots. I will happily sub pumps or sandals as soon as the weather permits! So below are the pieces I have been wearing over and over and over again!





Stretch ribbed merino wool sweater in Black $59 orig $85 (image via J.Crew)
Midi Skirt with Crossover Front in Blue $16 orig $56 (image viASOS)
Donald J Pliner Bixbi Flat Suede Boot in Black $129 orig $398 (image via Neiman Marcus Last Call)







Molly Suede Knee High heeled boots in Gray $225 (image via French Connection)
Chunky Wool Turtleneck Sweater in Gray $39 orig $118 (image via J.Crew)
Midi Skirt in Floral Burnout $27 orig $92 (image via ASOS)









Other must have skirts:


ASOS co-ord Pencil Skirt In Scuba In Marble Check Print $7 orig $52 (image via ASOS)
Warehouse Organza Flower Skirt in Gray Print $33 orig $111 (image via ASOS)
Pleated Midi Skirt In Leopard Animal Print $14 orig $74 (image via ASOS)
Vero Moda Wool-Mix Skirt in Gray $21 orig $73 (image via ASOS)


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