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INTER-SEASONAL DRESSING

INTER-SEASONAL DRESSING

Summer pieces you can wear now

There are some pieces that you will never want to pack away when a change in season comes and we’ve found the best edit of those pieces you can wear all year round. Dark, warm tones aren’t only for winter and florals aren’t just for spring. Keep reading to get inspired by the pieces that will work for you all year round.

This cherry-red La Double J dress has a flower motif that is summer-ready with a strappy sandal or slide but the dark detailing of the flower bud means you can bring darker accessories to the look – burgundy boots, charcoal gray cardigans and dark stockings.

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Proving that darker tones aren’t just for the cooler months, this playful Vivetta dress features a small cartoon-style print and almost-invisible polka dots. Perfect for work all year round with leather accessories, this dress easily goes from office to work lunch or date night. In summer, wear with a flat metallic slide or soft leather loafers.

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This Manoush embroidered coat is the perfect third piece for elevating denim and lighter knits. Alternatively, try a dark turtleneck and maxi skirt for more formal occasions. The gold thread takes this piece to a place beyond beach or resort wear and can tie an otherwise dark outfit together with gold jewellery.

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A wide-leg jumpsuit is the ultimate in versatile dressing. Still warm enough for winter when layered with long sleeve tops and paired with boots. Cut from a silk mix fabric, this piece works well into warmer months and can be worn with or without the detachable belt. Or add your own.

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A dress so beautiful you’ll want to wear it every day. Perfect for party dressing, this silk, cream dress is made for an iconic French look with black stockings and a warm overcoat. And, for summer, the light shade and floaty feel keeps you cool. Pair with a flat sandal or a simple heel and cat-eye sunglasses for a statement look.

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INTER-SEASONAL DRESSING

Words by Hannah Finnigan-Walsh

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