"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."

- Leonardo da Vinci


With summer slowly wrapping up, transitional season outfits will soon be at the forefront of your decision making when selecting from your wardrobe. Below are some of our current favourite transitional outfit combos to take you from summer to autumn with ease. A week's worth of simple, sophisticated and stunning wardrobe inspiration.

Also noteworthy is the idea of having some key garments and accessories from your existing wardrobe on hand that help transition your warm weather favourites to the cooler months. Trans-seasonal pieces are essential in any wardrobe, items that you can layer in order to adapt to the changeable weather and temperature. A jacket, cardi, boots, scarf or hat have the ability to transform an outfit and transport your wardrobe across the seasons, allowing you to wear more pieces for longer periods of time.

 Maria Blouse and Jude Linen Pants

OUTFIT #1Maria Blouse & Jude Linen Pants


Few outfits look as smart and fresh as linen.  Pairing beautifully cut wide leg pants with the crisp clean lines of a linen shirt or the softness of a linen blouse creates an effortless and sophisticated outfit option as we approach the cooler months. Tucked, half tucked or untucked, a gorgeous and versatile combo.


Roll Sleeve Tee and Calypso Wide Leg Pants

OUTFIT #2 | Roll Sleeve Tee & Calypso Wide Leg Pants


Featuring their waist-cinching, butt-flattering and leg-lengthening abilities, beautiful wide leg pants are here to stay for autumn and winter. A relaxed look that offers versatility in formality and comfortable elegance. When wearing wide leg pants adorned with a print, let the wide silhouette and gorgeous print do the talking by pairing with a basic tee or fitted top.


Sukra Dress

OUTFIT #3 | Sukra Dress

Autumn dress designs are often stunning and incredibly flattering with their luxurious fabrics and romantic billowed sleeves. Opt for a lightweight midi dress in autumn tones with 3/4 or long sleeves and layer with a jacket or pair with a hat and ankle boots for a beautiful trans-seasonal look.


Mono Print Shirt and City JeansOUTFIT #4 | Mono Print Blouse & City Jeans


A sleek and sophisticated black and white geometric print echos minimalist line art and requires very little tweaking to complete the look.  Pair this style with black jeans or tailored pants and elevate by adding a pop of colour with heels, a bag or lipstick. A versatile style that would work equally well for day and night.


Coco Blouse and Enmore Jeans

OUTFIT #5 | Coco Bouse & Enmore Jeans

Favourite relaxed jeans are an absolute must have for autumn and winter. Throughout autumn, experiment with elevating your staple jeans with delicate blouses, linen shirts and statement bags and shoes rather than reserving them for just tees and jumpers. 

 Camille Dress

OUTFIT #6 | Camille Dress

A mid weight cotton shirt dress is yet another beautiful option for autumn dressing, with long sleeves and fabric weight adding a little more warmth than high summer dresses but designs still remaining effortless and comfortable. We are seeing some gorgeous variations on the classic shirt dress this season like the tiered smock lower silhouette and bright colour pop of the Camille Dress, pictured above.


Cotton V Neck Jumper and Wide Leg Pants

OUTFIT #7 | Cotton V Neck Jumper & Wide Leg Pants

A cotton knit that is lightweight and breathable is the perfect transitional piece to see you though the in-between-seasons days and a staple you will reach for time and time again. Pair with pull on wide leg pants and you have a weekend outfit that feels like lounge wear and looks amazing. Psst...the gorgeous Cotton V Neck Knit, pictured above, is available in 4 stunning colours!


Fabric Details

It's all in the details

Remember, simplicity does not equal boring.  Be sure to take note of the beautiful little fabric accents that add a little point of difference to new arrival autumn garments this season. We have fallen in love with the tiny details of the Sukra Dress, Coco Blouse and Maria Blouse, pictured above.


Photography | Fiona Peters

Muse | Emmely Been





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