It’s that time of the year again, when it’s too hot for sweaters in the day and too cold for shorts at night. As the mercury makes its trek up and down, the very thought of your winter wardrobe — the starched button-ups, cardigan sweaters, and woolen dresses — makes you start to sweat. But the alternatives — sundresses, shorts, and tank tops don’t seem too appropriate either for the changing weather.
Here is a list of ideas on what to wear in these unpredictable changing weather conditions:
Skirts in this weather are tricky, in that you need to pair it with something heavy in terms of rest of your outfit. A colorful, lightweight jacket would bring a little quirk to the skirt. You can wear them with bold accessories and comfortable sneakers.
When it’s hot but not humid, you won’t be sweating as much as you would have in humid weather, so a thick weight dress can definitely work.
Showers in the changing weather are one of the hardest things to dress for, but it’s not totally impossible to be on-trend and waterproof. You can try cropped pants and loose blouses. Coupling both with a printed umbrella will give the dull day a dose of sunshine, while some sneakers will keep your feet dry.
When it’s warm (but not quite sweltering), you can wear a mid-length printed dress with a denim jacket in the morning, then swap it for a tailored blazer in the evening, and finally finish off the day in a leather jacket.
When you notice that your sleeveless shift dress just doesn’t seem befitting for the windy and slightly cool weather, a casual crewneck sweatshirt plays down the debonair combination of a short-hemmed skirt and heels elegantly.
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Vaibhavi Sharma Pathak