How to dress your best in this trans-seasonal weather

Not too cold and not too hot. Here are the seven wardrobe staples you need for all those moments in between.

Trans-seasonal dressing can be tricky. As we head into cooler months, open-toe sandals and breezy dresses feel too brisk, but your heavy wool coat is still stuffy and awkward.

Layering is typically the best trick, as well as introducing longer sleeves, and lightweight cover-ups like denim, cotton, or—if you're feeling fancy—cashmere, mohair, and light wool. When the weather tips towards winter, there are a number of wardrobes essentials that'll see you through chilly mornings, mild afternoons, and crisp evenings. 

Rather than have an in-between season wardrobe crisis, follow our trans-seasonal guidebook to the seven staples that'll help you navigate the weeks before winter, as well as the slippery slope towards summer on the other side. 

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Posted by Abdul7 •7w ago • Report
I don't think there is such a culture. People usually wear traditional seasonal attires. Most utmost people wear the latest women's clothes according to the climate of their area.
Posted by Aria11Report
Good suggestions, but you want parka, not parker.

a large windproof jacket with a hood, designed to be worn in cold weather.
"he pulled on his fur-lined parka, ready to brave the elements"

Parker is a surname, a boy’s name, a very nice pen...