It may not be cold outside but Bossini’s Fall Winter range works just as well in the tropics. Watch our video and see how it's done...
Think fall or winter fashion, and you often think cable knit sweaters, boots, beanies – the woolly works. Great for a ski getaway, unfortunately unrealistic for our humidity. But we’ll let you in on a style secret. Wearing fall and winter trends in the tropics doesn’t mean you take the sweater game literally. It’s more about applying the concept of autumn and the changing seasons to clothes that are still climate-friendly (hey, practicality still wins). We got kitted out in Bossini’s new fall/winter range to show how to bundle up without wilting in the heat.
1. Lay it on thick (sort of)
The jacket makes a world of difference. Zip up a hoodie, throw on a denim jacket or shrug on a button-down shirt and suddenly your outfit is looking autumn-appropriate. We might not be able to say with conviction that winter is coming, but we can layer on thin, lightweight apparel that evokes the style essence of the season.
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2. Don’t be afraid of the dark
Europe can have its black woollen coats. We can have our jewel tones and darker palettes. Monochrome, maroon, navy and khaki are shades that are automatic visual references to the turn of the season. So even if you’re wearing a short-sleeved graphic tee, pick one in a darker shade as a nod to autumn.
3. Go your separate ways
Save the little sundresses for June. Nothing suggests a colder climate than trousers and longer sleeves. Separates are how you can make fall and winter trends suitable even in the warmth of a kopitiam – think thin blouses with pants and a light jacket. From athleisure to smart casual, build your versatile pieces for a #fallfashion OOTD.
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This article is in partnership with Bossini.