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5 Styling Tricks To Take Your Wardrobe From Summer To Winter!

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Now that the seasons have changed, you’re probably thinking of retiring your favourite summer pieces (read: shorts, mini and breezy maxis). But if you’re really attached to that one piece of clothing you bought over the summer and don’t want to let it go, then this is definitely for you. We’re about to show you how to recycle your summer wardrobe and make it work for winter too!

Take a look at 5 ways to wear your summer style staples this winter.


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1. Shorts

Don’t shove your favourite summer shorts in the recesses of your wardrobe just yet. You can totally wear them this season over a pair of tights. You’ll look super stylish and stay warm… win-win!


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2. Slip dresses

Sure, you wore them all summer long, but who says you need to retire those slip dresses just yet? Team this summer staple with a basic full-sleeved top and you can wear it to work or even a casual party. Play with different colour combinations and prints, and you’ll never have to repeat the same outfit again!


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3. Sandals

Back in the day, wearing socks with sandals was pretty dorky. But hey, fashion has a way of reviving the oldest trends in the chicest of ways! Pair your heels or sandals with socks this season for a total hipster look! All you need is a little confidence to carry this off.


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4. Mini Dresses

Minis spell summer for sure, but not if you team them with thigh-high boots. You can sport this chic look while you’re out clubbing and not be worried about freezing your butt off!


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5. Maxi dresses

Easy breezy maxi dresses were my ride or die in the summer heat, but just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean you’ve got to pack them away. You can wear your cropped sweaters on top of these dresses and create a completely new look with them. If you don’t have any cropped sweaters then you can even make your own by cutting a few of your old ones.


Hauterfly's Content Writer and Video Producer, Kreena is a sucker for all things DIY. In love with nail art, beauty, fashion, textiles, and all things creative under the sun, she follows the mantra: Why buy, when you can DIY?!

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