Teamed up with Marks and Spencer Australia to talk layers for winter and beyond…

When Marks and Spencer Australia asked me to put together some Winter looks I decided to set myself a little style challenge: create multiple looks from a few key pieces…that we can wear through Spring as well. Easy 😉

The key players in my capsule wardrobe were:

Midi Dress:

the neutral grey and sleeveless style means layering is a cinch while the midi length makes it appropriate for weekend or casual Friday work wear (just add a blazer like styled above)

High-Waisted Jeans:

Super stretchy, high-waisted (read: SLIMMING) and just $33- need I say more? Actually, I do want to point out the lack of rips/holes which makes for another office to weekend piece.

Striped Shirt:

Another ‘no-brainer’ piece that can polish off a jeans and jumper combo, add a bit of skin by undoing a button under a warm trench and take it into Spring by wearing loose over a slip dress.


With layering in mind I’ve gone for thinner fabric in an easy pink that looks great with the otherwise black, white and grey colour palette of this capsule wardrobe. There’s a bit of sparkle to the material as well, a super easy way to add some interest if worn alone with jeans.

PrintedTrench coat:

The colours maybe neutral but the print turns it into the perfect accent piece to finish off a look. Super warm AND waterproof for $76. Cheers, Marks and Spencer!

Bright handbag:

This mustard bag reminds me of summer and is the perfect pop of colour to round off this capsule wardrobe. Can’t wait to re-style with maybe head to toe white or classic denim hues.

Read on for some extra re-style options, and let me know your favorite piece in the comments below!

T xo

Look 1

Midi Dress

Linen Blazer

Mustard Handbag

Look 2

Striped Shirt (Similar here and here)

Pink Knit (Similar herehere and here)

High-waisted Jeans

Mules (Similar here)

Look 3

Striped Shirt (Similar here and here)

High-waisted Jeans

Metallic Heels

Printed Trench coat

Re-style options:


This collaboration was sponsored and supported by Marks and Spencer and Shopping Links but all styling and opinions my own.

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