Monday 11 February 2013

Mid-Season Style Sorted

Mid-season style can be a tricky fashion to get right – it’s so easy to both over and underestimate what the weatherman tells us. It’s a tricky time for fashion for all involved, whether you’re looking for clothing online, trying to spy out a vintage piece in a charity shop or find a bargain on the high street, especially as new trends come in and previous season styles seem to fade...
So if you’ve been finding it difficult to dress as the season begins to change, fear no more as help is at hand. Here are some key tips on keeping fashion savvy between the seasons:
Invest in Coloured Jeans
Coloured jeans are a great way to look great whatever the weather. If you haven’t already got yourself a pair, it’s about high time you invested. They’re a brilliant way to add a splash of colour or a refreshing twist on an everyday outfit and are totally versatile too. Salmon pinks and mint greens will look great as we edge towards spring, and keep mustard yellows and berry shades for the autumnal months.
A Statement Blazer
Much in the same way as coloured jeans work to jazz up an outfit, a statement blazer can take any outfit from good to gorgeous. Shapely shoulder pads and sharp edging will create a subtly sophisticated look, so it’s the perfect outerwear for your work wardrobe.
Ankle Boots
Ankle boots are the perfect shoe for when the weather can’t make up its mind. Cosy enough to keep your tootsies warm when it is a little on the chilly side, yet on the flip side they’re not nearly as clunky or restrictive as knee high boots. Tan coloured or black leather work best here.
Layers of Loose fitting clothes
Another great way to cheat your way out of awkward mid-season fashion faux pas is to wear layers of loose fitting clothing – keep it simple on your bottom half, but on top think chiffon shirts and blouses that can be layered with a round neck knit and a statement scarf to finish things off. That way, you can unwrap as you see fit!
Styling yourself for mid-season is easy once you’ve mastered a few of the essentials!

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