Autumn can be a tricky month. With practically all four seasons sometimes appearing in one day. You can be baking hot, soaked to the bone, blown away and froze before the day is out. So how to make sure your suitably kitted out for all these weather events. Here are my tips for how to dress for Autumn.
Layering is really the key to getting it right in autumn. Go for lots of thin layers that can be added or removed as the weather changes. Keep a lightweight waterproof that can be folded small in your bag. In case you get caught out in the rain.
Using a T-shirt like this Jack Wolfskin one is the perfect base for any outfit. It has a breathable, moisture wicking fabric which keeps you feeling fresher and more comfortable as you change from heat and cold.
I am a big fan of hats and they are the perfect accessory for Autumn. Keeping you warm, your hair from being windswept and making a fab statement along the way.
My other top picks for Autumn accessories would be finger less gloves and a Merino wool scarf. Lightweight but so warm!
Being a resident of the countryside good footwear is a must. As I often have to negotiate floods, massive piles of leaves and tractor mud. Just on a school run.
These boots are my new fave and unlike previous wellies I’ve owned they keep my feet warm and not just dry. Which is a bonus!
Look out for me kicking through leaf piles and stomping through pumpkin patches in these beauties soon!
When the weather really starts to bite I’ll upgrade to some salomon footwear for negotiating the icy paths and digging my way out of snow.
What would be your advice for dressing for Autumn?
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