8 Looks To Master Trans-Seasonal Dressing

The easiest outfit recipe when you just can't think

February can be notoriously hot and sweltering temps can hang around well into March and beyond – we’ve all experienced at least one Easter Long Weekend that was humid and then some. It’s also a more chilled out time of the year as the big events are over and we’re back on a regular schedule of work, school, and spending our weekends lazing about or catching up with friends at more low-key events. Between the heat and the more relaxed pace of life Late Summer in Australia is definitely casual dress weather – and we are here for it. The thing we love most about casual dressing is that it’s just sooooo easy – just dress plus shoes. Choose your casual dress of choice and throw on any of the shoe combinations and you are looking good and feeling very cool.

This is what comfort in a dress looks like – especially when paired with K. Jacques flats. If you’re choosing a neutral colour, add a pop of print to your flat to give it a point of difference.

A relaxed denim dress never fails. This is our go-to for days on the run and you’ll find us pairing it with a cushioned trainer that can keep up with our schedule.

A sleeveless shift dress is a summer essential. Probably the coolest silhouette in this list, we like to add some edge with a cool-girl sandal. It’s simplicity at its best.

Sometimes all you want is to throw on a loose maxi and not feel so “held in” and it almost feels liberating. Bohemian but sophisticated, the cut of these pieces give you all the breathing room you need and looks at home beachside and on city streets. Add a textured slide, to finish off your look and your ready to go.

It’s the silhouette that made it big in the 90s and is still making fashion-it lists today. Sleek and elevated, we love pairing it back with an all white sneaker for a look that is playful and stunning.

Ultra feminine, this is a dress that can take you from day to night. If you’re taking it out on the town for evening drinks and a romantic dinner, team it with a block heel that complements the style and is perfect for a late night stroll.

Knit dresses but make them patterned. A modern take on a 70s classic, adding some retro patterns to your maxi creates a total statement dress – keep the gorgeousness going with some gold gladiator sandals.

Colour, colour, and more colour – that’s the theme for this year’s fashion forecast. Choose your favourite hue for cocktail events, girls nights, and long Sunday lunches. If you want to add some height but also keep your balance, choose a comfortable sandal.

Have you eyed off a few dress and shoe combinations that’d work well in your wardrobe? Shop 'em now and you’ll be the definition of comfort and style now through May – plus, you’ll be stocked and ready for the inevitable turn of warmer weather that always comes sooner than we expect!