Alexa Chung An easy way to tackle swinter dressing without buying any new clothes is to simply wear one of your summer, floral dresses and layer one of your winter, ribbed jumpers over the top. SIMPLES.Keep everything cool and casual by putting with a pair of Converse and you're ready to tackle whatever the weather throws at you.Apart from maybe snow. You'd be a bit screwed then...
Olivia Palermo Bardot tops are a great way of showing a little skin without freezing your arms off in the process - and Olivia Palermo found the ideal pairing for unsure weather.Just wear with some cropped jeans - or, roll up your favourite pair of skinnies to give a cropped appearance.Complete the look with pointed flats or loafers to keep your toes cosy and dry.
Kendall Jenner Kendall Jenner's method of staying warm in this part-muggy, part-breezy kind of weather is to don one of the coolest tuxedo jackets we've ever seen.Paired with a studded set of cigarette trousers and some flat black brogues, this look not only works for warm or wet weather, but also can be worn day-to-night, too.
Millie Mackintosh Millie may look ready for summer in her lace-up mini dress, but on closer inspection you'll see the star has chosen her look wisely.Not only does the dress have long sleeves to keep Millie covered should the wind pick up, but her black boots are also the perfect, warm accessory for swinter days.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Rosie HW prettied up her airport attire and made it a little more summer-friendly with a gorgeous, flowing, Boho top.Teamed with black skinny jeans, boots and layered over a black vest top, Rosie got the summer/autumn balance just right.
Kate Moss Mossy is obviously not ready to kick her sandals to the back of the wardrobe just yet, so the star is finding other ways of fighting the chill.The model not only shrobed* a jacket over her pinstripe knit, but showed us just how to stay warm AND tackle the neckerchief trend, too.