Convert your summer wardrobe for winter

It’s a hard time for all our wardrobes when the days get shorter and the air gets chillier. Do we invest in a whole new snug wardrobe, or trot out the big knits before the snow settles?

Instead of splashing the cash loads of new items, invest in a few choice pieces to convert your summer wardrobe for winter…

Summer dresses

The thin fabric may not be best for the next season, but add in a long coat or chunky knit cardigan and ankle boots, and you’re set to brave the cold.

Asos floral print tea dress, £35

River Island long purple jacket, £50

Topshop mohair cocoon cardigan, £46

Miss Selfridge roll collar cardigan, £42

Topshop taupe asymmetric jacket, £55

River Island cuban heel boot, £40

Asos suede wedge boot, £65

Maxi skirt

A great way to cover up your legs on slightly chillier day, just swap the vest top for a jumper and add in a biker  jacket and smart flats.

Asos pleat maxi skirt, £50

Miss Selfridge stone biker jacket, £49

River Island leopard print jumper, £30

Miss Selfridge tan suede biker jacket, £95

Topshop oxblood stripe jumper, £40

Oasis amber toecap ballet flats, £35

River Island moccasin tassel shoe, £30

Asos block heel lace-up shoe, £75

River Island buckle and tassel brogue, £30

Coloured jeans

They looked brilliant with little contrasting vest tops and floppy hats, now prepare them for winter with a contrasting chunky knits and loafers.

Asos purple skinny jeans, £35

River Island pink twist jumper, £35

Miss Selfridge orange stripe swing jumper, £37

Topshop cobalt jumper, £36

Topshop pink lace shoulder jumper, £36

River Island dark red patent bow loafers, £30

River Island navy loafers, £30

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One response to “Convert your summer wardrobe for winter

  1. I can’t wait for winter personally as I adore chunky knits, warm boots and soft mittens. (oh and a roaring fire in a nice country pub!)

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