Style 101: How to dress for transitional weather

This article will take you through 6 suitable ways to dress for transitional weather. A perfect reference to when you’re not quite sure about what the weather will be, which in particular parts of the worlds can be quite so tricky to forecast.
No matter the weather, you still need to dress well, dress warm and dress stylish. Those tricky weeks in between seasons can become an interesting challenge when it comes to what to wear, but it gives us an opportunity to mix and match two seasons together – which is great. Sweater with shorts? Sure. Cardigan with flip-flops? Hmm, maybe not that, but you get the point!
If the weather forecast says that it’ll be ridiculously cold in the morning but sweltering by lunchtime, how does one cope? This article will guide you trough the tips and tricks on what to wear in order to nail the transitional weather style.

1. Layering up

Layering comes with the great benefit that you can mix and match the best of both worlds, so you get to wear your most favourite staples. Feeling like rocking your favourite T-shirt today? No problem. Go on. You just may have to throw a sweater or jacket on over it too. No big deal. You get to mix and match all your best clothes when the weather’s weird, and the guessing game is kind of fun.

2. Play with your summer and winter clothes

Just because the weather is changing, that doesn’t mean for you that need to run out and buy a whole new wardrobe, no. Well, at least, not yet. Look at your closet and piece clothes from different seasons together. You’d be surprised how many things might pair nicely with that leather jacket you’ve been waiting all year to wear again.

3. Mix your prints

Switch it up and have fun with patterns in the transitional weather. Different prints and patterns can really help create a new look, and they’re always fun to try out once in awhile, so why not now?

4. Bring out the boots

Boots make any man look instantly more dressed up. Throw on boots with just about anything, and you’ll be ready for any occasion, be it work or that first date you’ve been worrying about. Plus, boots are hardcore and can withstand almost anything that the fickle weather may throw at you.

5. Mix Textures

Don’t be afraid to mix different textures and fabrics together. Who knows? You could end up making a statement.

6. Accessorise

Accessories will be a man’s best friend when the weather’s a little funky. Maybe consider keeping a scarf or an umbrella in your car. You never know when the weather will turn on you, and you’ll be happy you have them with you, just in case.

Forget about how sly the weather can be and embrace the new season that’s about to come your way. Focus on what you feel like wearing, and try something new. Who knows, you might even like it.