Style during transitional season

I have been enjoying warmer temperatures in London during the past couple of weeks. The only downside is I never know what to wear when I leave my house in the morning because one minute it is sunny and warm and the next minute it is cold and windy. The art of layering is essential: carrying a scarf or a cardigan to wear when it gets colder. This is one of the first things one learns after moving to London. But what are other ways to be stylish during the time when we have several seasons in one day?

I am getting a lot of style inspiration in the streets of London. I hope these photographs give you stylish ideas too.

A very well put together outfit: simple with one statement piece (skirt), great colours. Blazer and boots is an interesting idea...
A well put together outfit: simple with one statement piece (skirt), great colours. Blazer and boots is an interesting idea…
Classic style will always be in fashion. Trench is an essential item for any woman's wardrobe, which reminds me I need to go shopping for one.
Classic style will always be in fashion. Trench is an essential item for any woman’s wardrobe, which reminds me I need to go shopping for one.
I love the combination of different textures in this all back outfit. A leather jacket is an essential item for the transition season - easy way to be stylish
I love the combination of different textures in this all back outfit. A leather jacket for me is the item to have for the transition season – easy way to be stylish
Maxi skirts and dresses are not only for the summer season
Maxi skirts and dresses are not only for the summer season
Bold colours and smart layering. I am inspired by the combination of open shoe-boot and bright-coloured tights...
Bold colours and smart layering. I am inspired by the combination of open shoe-boot and bright-coloured tights…
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