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Wardrobe guide for the transitional season
We all know how November feels, too hot for thick jackets and too cold for those fancy crop tops.
You might ask what is ideal for this transitional period. Well, we believe TAAGA’s cotton shrugs are the best option for you. These are mostly built light and airy to keep the cool pre winter winds circulating but kept composed enough to save you from those occasional shivers.
Pick muted colours to pair with dark wide legged trousers to welcome your favourite season.
Is it just us, or do most people travel the world during winter?
If you’re like us, experience muslin dresses that screams vacay! Opt for darker tones as you travel past borders to make your own style statement. Accessorise your dresses with funky glasses and simple ear and nose pieces to look party ready.
Bid farewell to fall with tones that resemble the magic of the season. Opt for a beige top with a similar toned bag and a hat to bring out that 80’s look.
To complete the retro look, pair the outfit with shiny black boots.
It's your last chance to enjoy light cotton tunics this year. Pick your finest cotton tunics from the closet and style it right. We recommend opting for printed tunics with signature details to make you stand out. If the tunic is below your knee, better to go trouser less as it brings out the beauty of the tunic.
You must be tired of wearing all beige, yellow and maroons for fall.
Let us help you break free from that spectrum with something striking. Opt for tops with shine on the fabric. Colours like seafoam green, emerald and purple will help you break the fall colour palette.
Some additional prints on top will add a new layer of excitement into your overall look.
Why is it that we always focus more on our tops and tunics and less on our trousers? Pick a trouser that fits you well, has a character of its own and it will outshine even your most loved tops.
To make the trouser stand out, try pairing it with the right shoes. If it's casual chinos, we prefer sneakers. For skirts and formal wear, a nice pair of heels should be just fine.
There you go, now you are all set to tackle this exciting and somewhat confused transitional period before winter.