I am fully in transitional clothing mode. Yes, it might be sunnier this week than it has been in the last month – but I am ready for autumn clothing. And I asked on my Instagram stories at the weekend who else was ready for it and 91% of you said you were ready! So it seems I am not alone on that one. But between any big seasonal shift there seems to be that area of ‘What do I actually wear today’. That period in time where it’s not cold enough for the really thick jumpers or coats, but also not warm enough for t-shirts and shorts. The transitional period between summer and autumn is truly one of my favourites. One great option for transitional dressing though are coords, so I thought I would talk through the transitional co-ords to get your hands on.
Transitional co-ords can include comfy loungewear – my preferred choice, or something a bit more dressier too. The one that has slipped into my transitional wardrobe is this Pretty Lavish Quinn Crochet Top and Bottom. I absolutely love the taupe colour of the set, not a traditional autumn colour but suits both autumn and summer colour palettes. There is the balance of the shorter sleeve but the longer leg for the weather. And it is also the perfect set for working from home, but also to wear out on a casual coffee date or something.
The beauty about co-ords for transitional wear is that it covers the whole outfit. You don’t have to think about what bottoms to match with the top etc. You outfit is sorted and all you need is a pair of shoes to sign it off. I thought I would leave some more options of transitional co-ords below.
My favourite has to be Pretty Lavish because their co-ords are minimal, timeless and very chic. But I also love the Free People co-ords. More on the higher end side but for inspiration their pieces are the perfect mix of summer and transitional pieces.
Do you have any transitional co-ords in your wardrobe or have you got your eye on any of the above?
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