How to work trans-seasonal layers

In Australia, we’re lucky that it’s bikini weather for half of the year and we’re totally not complaining. But as we meander toward the cooler months, we start to need to throw a little something over our shoulders to keep out the chill. Unpredictable weather makes autumn a great time to play with lightweight layers and accessories that look amazing but serve a practical purpose as well. And boy, do we love a multi-talented fashion piece! However, there is definitely an art to stylish trans-seasonal layering. Take inspiration from this relaxed layered look that’s weekend perfect.

Grey Dress

THE DRESS

Shop → Norma Kamali – Kamali Kulture boyfriend sweat dress, approx. $216
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Sporty comfort meets super cool this sweatshirt dress.

Parka

THE PARKA

 

Shop → MiH Jeans oversize parka, approx. $454

A lightweight parka is a great trans-seasonal piece to add to your wardrobe.

Purple shoes

THE SNEAKERS

Shop → Supra cracked leather sneakers, approx. $118

Opt for a pair of high tops in the hue of the season to make your outfit pop.

BLack hat, leather hat

THE HAT

 

Shop → Cast of Vices leather baseball cap, $171

A cool cap will keep your blow dry in place in an autumn breeze and add a little warmth as the mercury drops.

Scarf

THE SCARF

 

Shop → Chan Luu cashmere scarf, approx. $231

Scarves are the ultimate layering piece.

Black bag

THE BAG

 

Shop → MICHAEL Michael Kors leather backpack, $414

A backpack is the perfect hold all if you shed your layers.

Sunglasses

THE SUNGLASSES

 

Shop → The Row For Linda Farrow Gallery aviator sunglasses, approx. $632

A dark take on the classic aviator.

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Kate Herisson
The world of high fashion can sometimes take itself a little too seriously, so Kate combines her love of style, humour and the written word to take readers on a journey of sartorial satire to inject a little fun back into fashion and beauty. Her background in magazines has enabled her to cultivate relationships with some of the biggest beauty brands in the country, allowing her to expand her breadth of knowledge vastly, from lipstick to skin care innovation that she eagerly shares with her readers. When she’s not dipping her left shoulder at the end of an imaginary runway, she can be found doing yoga, running, dreaming of her next travel adventure or drinking tea.