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Transitional dressing with H&M

fashionYanin Namasonthi27 Comments

With the colder weather creeping in, it's getting harder for us to dress accordingly. Whilst we do get our share of rain and wind we do also get a dash of sunshine. So for this transitional period I wanted to show you guys 3 ways to style this H&M light jacket - perfect for the unpredictable weather and great for layering! 

For the first look I opted something thats suitable for a meeting. I'm often up in London 3-4 times a week and on the go so don't want to overdress incase the weather warms up. I've paired this checkered dress with the lightweight jacket to keep it rather casual and finished it off with some military boots to match the 'Girl Army' trend. With the dress and jacket being really thin - I can feel comfortable moving around without getting hot.

This outfit is perfect for a shopping trip. Even though you might be indoors for most of the day, you don't want to put on a heavy weight jacket or something thats really insulated. Keep it casual with high waisted jeans, basic tee and your go-to white trainers. I find this combo also perfect for dog walks, museum trips and a good old lunch date. You can even wear the jacket over your shoulder too for an ultra chic look. The key to this outfit is to mix casual pieces with a lighter outerwear option which is great for on the go.

For my last outfit of course I had to finish it off with an all black one. I opted for my culottes, turtle neck top and super comfy trainers. This is perfect for school and is easy to put together in less than 5 minutes! This jacket is perfect to have in your back to school wardrobe for sure, you can dress it up or down and layer scarves on top if the weather gets colder. To see what other styles H&M Divided has to offer click here!

 Everything in the range is super affordable and great for transitional dressing.

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