5 Key Pieces For Your Transitional Wardrobe | sheerluxe.com
The new season is officially on its way, and if you’re not one for the more out-there trends (cycling shorts and bucket hats, anyone?) you’ll be looking to more classic pieces to get your wardrobe prepared. John Lewis is delivering on grown-up styles that work; from sophisticated work dresses to decadent knitwear, there’s something for everyone. Here are our hero transitional pieces, and how to wear them…
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The Dress

We love nothing more than a dress that works for work and play alike, and this Kin monochrome design is an easy win. Great with flats for the office, we love the idea of adding killer white boots and statement sunnies for a throwback inspired off-duty look.

The Jacket

Summer-phobes are eagerly awaiting the return of jacket weather, and nothing makes that transition more compelling than this Somerset by Temperley trench. We love its slub fit and flattering dark camel shade (cooler than more conventional taupe) – ditch the denim and wear with statement dresses and trainers for a modern approach.

The Blouse

Up the ante on jeans-and-a-nice top with this statement, Victoriana style. We love its full-bodied sleeves, high neck detailing and billowing fit – team with casual denim and smart accessories for a classic everyday look with a twist.

The Maxi

With its pink hue and maxi fit, nothing says transitional dressing like this statement skirt. Team with loose fitted tees and bikers now, then add thigh-high boots and chunky knits come winter.

The Knit

Keen to get ahead with your autumn wardrobe? No one does high street cashmere quite like John Lewis’ Modern Rarity – we love this oversized, soft pink design for the transitional period. Team with leopard and burgundy for a sumptuous, autumnal edit, adding boyfriend jeans to keep things casual.

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