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How to: Dressing Between Seasons

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Dressing for the new season can be a tricky business, especially when the transition between Summer and Autumn is seldom smooth! From classic chelsea boots to leather loafers, dressing for the weather doesn’t have to be an awkward affair. So whether the sun is shining or it’s blowing a gale, we’ve got the trans-seasonal shoes and boots to see you transcend the season in style!

Flats
Transcend the seasons in loafers, oxfords and flats. Introduce Autumnal colours and textures like snakeskin leather and brushed metallics. Remix your style with preppy pointed silhouettes and tasseled moccasins. Pair these flats with tapered trousers, denim jeans or a midi skirt – remember you can always wear stockings when the weather gets colder.

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Ankle Boots
Make a style investment with the must-have ankle boot. Whether you opt for a flat or heeled silhouette, the ankle boot has proved to be one of the most versatile styles. This seasons trans-seasonal styles feature burnished leathers, cut-out’s and unexpected details. Team with absolutely anything, from black mini-dresses to boyfriend jeans to cut off’s.

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Sneakers
Nothing quite makes a street-style statement like a staple sneaker. From classic Converse to Nike kicks to vulcanised Vans, there are no limits when it comes to good trainers. When in doubt, stick to neutrals. Black and white kicks remain everybody’s favourite colourway.  Try pairing with black skinnies, front seam trousers or even a mid-calf dress.

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