Taking Your Summer Style Into Autumn

As much as we don’t want to say goodbye to those warm summer days, its that time of year again when we start to transition our wardrobes so that we're ready for the cooler months.
No need to put your favourite summer pieces to the back of the closet, in true minimalist fashion we're showing you how to incorporate your transeasonal style staples into the new season. 

 

Wide Leg Pant

 The UNDONE | how to style wide leg pants in autumn
Frame Denim Jacket | Michael Lo Sordo Pants | Georgia Alice Blazer
A relaxed wide leg pant was a must-have this summer. This style essential allows for comfort while the weather is still warm, ensuring for an airy feel. Paired with either a basic tee and denim jacket, a cashmere knit or your favourite black blazer, this staple can see you right through the transeasonal months.

 

 

One Shoulder Top

The UNDONE | How to style the one shoulder top for autumn

Christopher Esber skirt | Frame One Shoulder Top | Mari Giudicelli shoes | 3X1 Jeans
The one shoulder top made its way back into the scene this past season, and this trend will be making an even bigger arrival this Autumn. Whether the style is asymmetrical, rouched or encompassing an eccentric sleeve, we’ve found the statement shoulder top to be the ultimate piece for the cooler days. We love styling it with skirts, tucked into jeans and with a relaxed pants. 

 

Midi Skirt

The UNDONE | How to style the midi skirt for Autumn


 Michael Lo Sordo jacket
| Christopher Esber Skirt | Christopher Esber Blouse
We can see the midi skirt working itself naturally into our wardrobes yet again this coming autumn/winter season. We love how wearable this piece is with a winter knit, a wrap jacket, your favourite turtle neck or layered under a long coat for extra warmth. 
 
With the start of the Australian Autumn only a week away, these pieces will allow you to to take your summer favourites and give them a fresh style update. 
 
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