Mix-and-Match Layers for a Transitional Wardrobe
What's a transitional wardrobe, you may ask? It's a styling method designed to bridge the gap between seasons. Depending on where you live, the early days of fall and winter bring a chill that warrants an ample selection of layers. And where there are layers, there are endless options for mixing and matching pieces. Knowing when and how to style your child's transitional wardrobe is sure to enhance the life of their clothing, as well as add texture and visual interest to whatever they're wearing. So don't put that short-sleeve top away just yet – let's dive in and learn how to style those layers!
Repurpose that bloomer set top as a layer beneath dresses and rompers.
Double down on dresses for added visual interest and texture.
Warm up a sleeveless dress with a long-sleeve blouse.
Short sleeves get a new face when layered over and under choice pieces.
Our sweet Printed Caroline Blouse in Blue Daisy sets off the blueberry corduroy of our Schuyler Jumper. Add a Long Sleeve Pima Everyday Tee underneath, and boom! You've got a go-to look for autumn months.
And, of course, there's the tried-and-true sweater over the dress.
Don't let the sweater steal the spotlight from an adorable dress! Our Scarlett Dress's lace collar peeks out from the top of our Mercerized Pima Heirloom Cardigan, drawing the eye up to the perfectly sweet red bow.