With the nature of the weather here in the UK, it’s difficult to have a truly seasonal wardrobe. You often find yourself wearing a light autumn jacket in the height of summer, or digging out the flip flops mid-October. Many items in my wardrobe can serve through a typical British summer (that’ll be rain, grey skies and three days of sunshine, then), a blustery autumn and a sub-zero winter. And with a few minor adjustments, this leopard print wrap dress is one of those temperature multi-taskers.
I last wore it with bare legs, a cropped jacket and ankle boots here – a lovely autumnal outfit, but one that’s easy to recreate for the colder months.
This floaty chiffon dress is perfect for sunny days but the key to dressing it for colder ones is layers. Here I’m wearing a long sleeved tee, a cotton cardigan and thick tights. Sturdy leather boots and a chunky, woolly scarf finish the look and keep me cosy.
How do you wear your warm weather pieces through winter?