Want to update your trans-seasonal wardrobe with a few pieces?  Not sure where to begin? I recently collaberated with  9Style to discuss this very topic I just had to share with you.

Best thing about the season changing? – When the season changes, I love experimenting with layers — it’s a very easy way to have fun with textures. It also allows you to invest in that classic item, whether it’s a simple trench, blazer or pea coat, because it can be worn multiple ways. This winter, I’m enjoying playing with the colours of burgundy, khaki and tobacco — all of which are big this season.
Easy ways to make updates to your wardrobe – For me, winter dressing is about investing in the core items which you can wear all season long, but upgrading them with on-trend elements. For instance, lace is huge this season and — even though it’s traditionally a spring or summer staple — can be worn in winter if you layer correctly. There is also a variety of great textures to play with this season, such as pleating, velvet and leather.

Can’t live without ? – I’m a huge fan of the blazer and I truly believe this item is key to any wardrobe. You can wear a blazer to work, on the weekend with denim, or out for dinner over a dress. And you can play around with colours and textures, such as velvet. Which is also perfect for trans-seasonal dressing.

Wearing Studio W Velvet Pants & Ruffle Sheer Top with Chloe Kerenn shearling slides available at David Jones

Wearing Studio W Velvet Blazer, Pleated Skirt, with Chloe Marcie bag and Valentino Garavani sneakers available at David Jones

Wearing Studio X Frock Coat with Valentino Rockstud bag available at David Jones

READ more of my tips about dressing for the change of season HERE at 9Style.

SHOP my outfits HERE Studio W, by David Jones

Captured by Caroline McCredie in Sydney

xx Tash