Transitional Tricks for AW16
With Autumn just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start transitioning your wardrobe in time for the new season. Check out New Look’s top-tips on how to effortlessly integrate new pieces into your wardrobe for the ultimate look this season.
Structured Finishing Touches
Give your new season look a tailoring touch with a black blazer, shirt dress and killer pair of heels. A black blazer is timeless and always makes for a winning outfit. Paired with a shirt dress and heels, you will look classy and sophisticated from head to toe.
For that in-between weather that’s not warm enough to bare a lot of skin but not cold enough to wrap yourself up in your winter coat, opt for a lightweight jumper and a sleeveless jacket. Pair this look with ripped jeans for the ultimate grunge vibe, and for optimal versatility, choose neutral colours so it’s easy to style up and down come day or night.
When 2 become 1
If you’re still hooked on your favourite summer outfit, fear not, for mixing summer pieces with autumn outerwear is a hot trend this season! Pair your pastel slip dress with a lightweight khaki shirt or a hard-wearing denim jacket for the perfect balance between SS and AW. Add a pair of sandals or ankle boots to finish off the look.
Just add Jeans
Don’t hide away your favourite dress for the sake of the weather turning a little colder. This season is all about layering, so pop on a pair of trousers and layer them with your bardot dress. New Look’s suggestion is a pair of faux leather we look trousers, another hot style sensation this season!
Mix and Match
Get playful this season and pick and mix your favourite details to make one outfit. For instance, as pleats continue to be seriously on trend this season, take your pleated dress and layer with a sweatshirt. It might not be something you contemplated before, but don’t be afraid to experiment this season, that way you get the best of both worlds and don’t have to compromise any of your favourite pieces!
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