The humid summer heat is finally drawing to an end and it’s socially and physically acceptable to wear long sleeves again. Meanwhile, we don’t encourage thick knitwears just yet, we have an idea or two when it comes dressing for the in-between-season. Scroll on to get inspired by stylish fashion week goers and their choice of outfits for this blissful weather.
Not completely dissimilar from Katie Holmes’ “cardigan as top” trend from 2019, SS21 Fashion Week sees stylish fashionistas doubling their long cardigan as a dress. Completed with leather boots — exposing just the right amount of skin for an in-between-season-option.
|Zhor & Néma||Miu Miu||Chanel|
|Diane Von Furstenberg||Emilio Pucci||Hermès|
LET YOUR SLEEVES TALK
Can puffy sleeves act as extra insulator? Either way, we are obsessed with this extra extra large and puffy sleeves designs. With so much drama going on up there, you might wanna keep the bottom to a minimum — add some heeled booties for a soft rocker chick look!
|Viktor & Rolf||Solace London||Solace London|
|Dries Van Noten||Alexander Wang||Prada|
LAYERED PRINT CLASH
We’re not over printed dress just yet. Mix and match your favourite prints and put them on all at once! Chose a tight-fitting long-sleeved top and wear your trusty summer dress and — voilà — you are wearing your favourite piece throughout the seasons. Click here for more tips on how to mix and match your prints!
|Isabel Marant||Louis Vuitton||Alexander McQueen|
When a full-on blazers are too warm, gilets are your best bet when it comes to in-between season dressing. Don’t want to feel too formal in a gilet? Wear it with some wide-legged denim jeans to dress it down. Completed with a massive bucket bag and you’re good to go Monday through Sunday.
|Rag & Bone||Chanel||Céline|
|Loro Piana||Tina Turk||7 For All Mankind|
Sheer panels are a thing of the past. We’re onto full-sheer now. Opt for a dark-coloured sheer top to compliment the cool weather and introduce a loud pop of colour at the bottom to add to the statement look. Colour matching heels can always elevate and dramatise your outfit!
|Dries Van Noten||Sacai||Chloé|
|Victoria Beckham||Ralph Lauren||Louis Vuitton|
|Céline||Miu Miu||Jimmy Choo|
Dominating from 90s inspired street fashion to the unisex-craze displayed in the SS21 runways, blazers have officially become the staple piece of 2020. Spice up the blazer trend with a bit of hide-and-seek texture. Wear a lacey or ruffle dress underneath your double-breasted blazer to add some inconspicuous details that would ultimately define your look — the devil is in the detail right?
|Rachel Comey||Zadig & Voltaire||Huge Boss|
|Dolce & Gabbana||Marques Almeida||Emilio Pucci|