Never say “I have nothing to wear” again with these go-to looks for transitional weather – we have you covered from work to weekends with The Edit
There’s nothing we love wearing more than a great dress, especially one that’s stylish, roomy and easy to wear. You’re guaranteed to pull a floaty maxi dress out of your wardrobe time and time again, so why not go bold in this green broderie anglaise dress Afternoon Tea Lovers.
Made from pure sustainably sourced cotton with a flattering fitted waist and a tiered skirt, it comes in three lengths meaning you’ll achieve a perfect fit without requiring a trip to the tailor. Pair with white strappy sandals for maximum compliments – don’t say we didn’t warn you.
The fashion crowd can’t get enough of graphic dressing and it’s no wonder given that a limited colour palette makes summoning a put-together outfit on Monday mornings easier. Try smart separates in bold prints, like this boxy short-sleeved blouse and wide-leg trousers.
Want to know a secret? Proportion play is an easy way to get monochromatic dressing right – the fluid feel of this voluminous blouse adds lightness to tailored trousers and chunky loafers. Pick a neutral coat to prevent the look from becoming severe – a beige trench coat is a sophisticated addition to any outfit.
Sunny weather doesn’t have to mean packing away your failsafe All Living Room Furniture. It’s easy to get stuck in a jumper-and-jeans outfit rut during the winter months, but spring brings a host of new outfit opportunities such as layered dresses and skirts. Look for sleeveless sweaters and knitted vest tops, perfect for teaming with pleated midis and chunky boots.
We’re big fans of this pretty floral-print midaxi skirt, however it also comes in three other patterns – stripes, waves and a bold geometric – for those wishing to branch out. Wear a pair of thermal leggings underneath for additional warmth during cold snaps. Half the fun of spring dressing is in the accessories, so get reacquainted with oversized sunglasses, hair clips and cute handbags.
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