Summer is winding down and fall is on its way but the weather just won’t make up its mind. September to November can be an awkward season in Pakistan. It’s too hot for those gorgeous winter coats and sweaters and a bit too chilly in the evenings for net and fine lawn. It’s not super cold yet to buy coats and sweaters and not hot enough to invest in more summer clothes.
When the outside conditions are uncertain, the trick is to invest in staple items that can be worn both on their own or layered in the months ahead. We’ve got you covered as always.
Prepare to fall in love with our guide to transitional clothing. *pun totally intended*
BUY MORE COLOURS!
You’re going to see nothing other than greys and blacks in the winter months ahead. It is best to stock up on colourful pieces that you can layer up in the months ahead for that pop of colour underneath your winter clothes.
Channel those changing hues. As you transition from summer to fall, start wearing fall’s signature hues like red, rust, orange or ochre…or better yet, ALL of them in one go!
Get your hands on this fun, colourful piece from our Magyar Romance collection for PKR 5698/- online.
So we all know it is not insanely cold yet right, but for those chilly evenings it’s best to invest in light layers that can spruce up any outfit and protect you from the cold at the same time in this unpredictable weather. You know the best part? For last minute heat waves, you can simply take it off!
Invest in a koti or a light jacket to instantly transition your wardrobe from summer to fabulous fall!
CHOOSE YOUR FABRIC WISELY
Since Pakistani winters are over in the blink of an eye, we advise investing in fabrics that can last a few seasons. Cotton and Cotton Satin are fabrics full of trans-seasonal and practical goodness.
Be the Belle of the ball in this gorgeous army green cotton satin top from our Magyar Romance Top for only PKR 3798/- online and in stores.
Long lengths are a classic indicator of cold weather! Flattering for every form, grab a long top/dress and style it with traditional accessories to welcome the much awaited fall season with open arms!
How are you prepping your wardrobe for fall? Let us know in the comments below!