Oh the lovely British weather, it can be quite fussy at times. Last year it was pretty amazing most of the time.. this year not so much. I suppose the silver lining is getting good wear out of the pieces that you buy or find in your wardrobe during spring.
Layering is key and absolutely crucial- you’re prepared for anything the weather throws at you.
Another biggie for me is timelessness. I love wearing fashionable clothes but I also felt the need to be more sustainable too. I don’t necessarily have money to get pieces from sustainable brands, so I decided to shop less, choose pieces that will make a great addition to what I’ve already got. Pieces that I will be able to reach for time and time again.
A different way to be sustainable on the budget is going to charity shops. Just recently I found 3 amazing items there- a lovely white top that I will be able to wear with literally anything, a safari style 100% linen shirt and 6-piece of stunning Victorian plates. Yes, you have to go through a lot of uninspiring things, but you can often find real gems.
Without further ado, here are my favourite transitional pieces: