Although I’m a girly dresser, a vast proportion of my wardrobe consists of simple, trans-seasonal items that may appear like basics but offer up plenty of styling options. A simple shirt, for example, can be completely reworked depending on the time of year. It can be made formal with tailoring or tucked into a miniskirt and worn with canvas trainers for an off-duty look. That same shirt can be knotted at the waist or worn open as a beach cover-up. I also consider some less typical pieces for transitional dressing—knitted dresses, chunky sandals and linen skirts are prime examples of this. Although linen is inherently a summer fabric, I always wear it through autumn with chunky knits. And while closed-toe styles are needed during the winter, there is a sweet spot on the periphery of summer when chunky sandals and open-back loafers can be worn.
Below, I’ve chosen some of my favourite transitional pieces for the months ahead including some trend favourites for 2023 that fit seamlessly into my pre-existing collection. Keep on reading to see the many ways you can style six transitional basics from spring to winter.
A Baserange dress is the transitional basic of dreams. It comes in various colourways, so there’s something for all. Wear this spliced maxi dress with double-strap sandals and a large basket bag to complete a summer look. The customisable wrap element features high-leg splits that welcome the summer breeze.
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