Transitional weather dressing

Wearing: vintage leather jacket (similar here) top (similar here) belt (similar here) ASOS jeans (similar here) Kurt Geiger sandals (similar here)

Despite the fact that it's now October, I haven't reverted to tights and boots just yet. The last few days have been beautifully calm and sunny, and whilst it's probably not going to be bare leg weather for much longer, I'm definitely making the most of it. It's really hard to know what to wear during the between-season days when it's hot one minute and cold the next, so I try to stick with the failsafe layering option to ensure I remain the right temperature. I hate being too hot or too cold, so it can be difficult to dress accordingly but I think if you layer up, you can adjust to suit your needs pretty easily.

This leather jacket is so old, I bought it years ago from a charity shop and the zip is broken so it doesn't do up (making it only really useful for this time of year) but it's such a cool style and the fit is really nice. I know bomber jackets are having a bit of a moment and this one references that style with the dropped shoulders and lack of collar. I wore it with a simple striped top and my favourite ASOS jeans. I wish they still sold this cut; I would love them in a dark denim to wear in a smarter way. I have them in this stonewashed denim and also in a faded black but both pairs have rips in them so I tried to smarted them up a little with these Kurt Geiger sandals which I pretty much lived in through the entire summer; they are so comfortable and easy to wear as they seemed to look good with everything!

I have to admit I have now packed my sandals away; I think I can probably do a bare leg for a couple more weeks but probably only with an ankle boot, it's just got too chilly for bare toes now I think! I actually swapped my winter and summer wardrobes over and have started doing a little bit of shopping with birthday money for some key new items for my autumn wardrobe, which I'll be posting soon.

XO Amie
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