With fashion weeks that overlap, and ready-to-wear collections constantly cropping up, it’s easy to fall victim to a shopping mentality that can only be compared to that of a pre-teen. Don’t do that. With money and mother nature at stake, it’s imperative to maintain discipline when it comes to shopping.
Why not then, have styles dedicated to mid-seasons, but a capsule wardrobe that sees you through the start and the end of it. Enter trans-seasonal clothing.
Camo Print Shirt
Or a shacket. The print isn’t really important to the equation, it’s about what a massic current trend it is. Also a camo print shirt moonlights between being a shirt and a jacket in the most seamless of all manners. Perfect for sunny days and chilly evenings.
For that dose of sneaky office wear, jogger pants do the trick, quite beautifully. They are also a good style to wear when the temperatures dip. Pair with a sneakers for some sunny, casual vibes, taselled moccasins for that artsy groove and brogued oxfords for a formal sesh.
Athleisure Jersey Pants
For those looking to add a brand new style to their closet, look no further. The latest in athleisure, the two striped jersey pants are all the rage. If your work is a relaxed, fun place, you could even add a blazer to your t-shirt to make it office appropriate!
Men’s fashion is incorrectly considered a simpler area than their gendered counterpart’s. We’re not here to bust that myth, but if you’re into light sweatshirts, then this is a good idea. If your vibe is mostly casual, solids will do. But, if your social calendar is choc-a-block, look to investing in sweatshirts that are lightly embroidered, with typographic elements or some such micro-trend.
Basic Canvas Sneakers
Canvas is a fabric that fits perfectly in this theme. It’s not open footwear, so you won’t be cold, and it’s not too thick, so you won’t get hot. Basic canvas sneakers also mean that they go from desks to dinners, simply on a whim. Pick colours that cater to the colour palette your wardrobe majorly adheres to.