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SEASON TO SEASON

SEASON TO SEASON

How to style sunshine-ready pieces while it’s still cold out

Streamline your wardrobe by investing in warm-weather pieces that you can start wearing now, with just a few additions. We show you how to style a bump for this season and the next, starting with our latest looks to love.

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Look1

Think lots of thin layers, for warmth that won’t add bulk. Team this Missoni fine knit cardigan with the midi-length dress, with an American Vintage turtleneck underneath. Keep it tonal with these statement yellow earrings by J W Anderson, and go classic on the bottom with Gucci loafers. When spring comes, the dress can be worn alone and the cardigan saved for balmy evenings out.

Look5

Invest in this pretty pink babydoll dress by Vivetta, for a feminine look all year round. Afraid of wearing frills in winter? Don’t be – just team with tights, and a tone-on-tone wool coat like this Maje piece. When the sun comes out, team with pumps for an effortless way to style the bump.

Look2

The 70s trend isn’t just for the heat– lend a cool-weather feel to this boho Ba&sh blouse by teaming with a shearling denim jacket and jeans. Gold socks and chunky flatforms can be replaced by espadrilles as the weather heats up, to keep the retro feel alive but keep you cool too.

Look4

This turquoise midi-dress by Manoush is the perfect trans-seasonal piece when expecting. The empire waist flatters your silhouette, while it can be quickly transformed in-between seasons by toughening the look with this leather biker jacket from T by Alexander Wang. When a chill still hangs in the air, team with sneakers and don’t forget to add a tonal accessory – we love this playful bag by Anya Hindmarch, with a pop of matching colour.

Look3

Style this NINE IN THE MIRROR Vyshyvanka dress for urban living by layering it with a thick black turtleneck. A versatile way to wear a beach-style piece, team with heeled suede boots and simple studs for a fashion-forward way to dress between seasons.

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Words by Katie Stalker

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