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Laura
Hi! I'm Laura, a 23-year-old millennial girl discovering who I am by sharing my life experiences on my blog. You'll find me writing about me discovering my personal style, my growing wanderlust or giving any sort of style, uni or mental health advice.

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TRANSITIONAL WEATHER STYLE STAPLES

Are we technically still in transitional weather? I feel like we are… Some days it still feels like summer, but other days it feels like it’s proper autumn. I thought it would be fun to share five items that are part of my transitional weather style staples. These are just items I tend to reach for every time, year after year. I like making these posts as they are always super easy to look back on when you’re having a bit of an outfit dilemma.

Camel coat

A camel coat is such a staple inside everyone’s wardrobe in my opinion. It’s one of those pieces that always come back inside my wardrobe and style, every autumn. I have one from Pull & Bear that I have had for absolute ages. It has lasted me for about 4 years already now, and it’s just such a classic and timeless pieces. I love throwing this coat on whenever I am in a rush in the morning, especially at the beginning of the uni semesters where I feel like I would just rather spend a couple more minutes in bed.

White shirt

Just like a camel coat is such a timeless and classic piece inside your wardrobe, I would say it’s pretty much the same for a white shirt. At the moment I love white shirts and blouses again. At the end of summer/beginning of autumn we can sometimes have a couple of those days where it’s either super warm or just chillier. It’s why I reach towards linen shirts quite more often lately. Linen shirts are so lovely to wear during this time of year. Once the weather gets a bit chillier, I will definitely be going back to cotton shirts and thicker shirts to keep myself warm during the colder days.

Cardigan

Obviously I cannot write a post about transitional weather style staples without mentioning some sort of a cardigan. This is my latest style staple addition to the wardrobe that I cannot stop wearing. I love the shorter cardigans at the moment after seeing it on so many other gorgeous girls last year. But it doesn’t really come as a surprise as you may have noticed how often I have mentioned/wore this on the blog and on Instagram in August and September.

(PU) Leather jacket

Obviously I cannot mention a transitional style staples post without mentioning my leather jacket. I live in leather jackets during this time of year, as I never really know whether it’s going to be too warm to wear a wool coat just yet. Leather jackets are such a wardrobe staple, once again, in mostly everyone’s wardrobe and they definitely always come out to play during this time of year.

Biker boots

And finally I had to give a little mention to biker boots. Boots boots boots, the wardrobe staple of every girl and their mum as soon as September hits. I love styling these biker boots either with dresses or skirts, but also with jeans. It really just depends on what the weather is like, as I just wouldn’t wear a pair of boots with jeans when it’s still 22-degrees Celsius weather out. I would much rather style a midi skirt or a midi dress instead.


What are your wardrobe staples?

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