It’s that time of the year again, where it’s too warm for winter clothes and too cold for summer clothes! we feel your struggle and we have come up with 4 unique pieces with the intention to see you through the rest of summer, autumn, and past. You can thank us later.


The cardigan has reclaimed its name in a smart, stylish and extremely versatile way. It’s a definitive wardrobe staple, especially the button up varieties such as the substantial wool, and the chunky knit example of the GUCCI Stripe-Trimmed Cable-Knit Wool Cardigan.

Wear this with a white or black t-shirt with some sleek jeans.


The Denim jacket is a timeless piece that will never go out of fashion, oh and it gets a little bit better over time with some wear and tear.

The Denim jacket is so versatile that you can dress it up or down depending on your occasion and needs. This Balenciaga Denim jacket is the perfect accessory it has a slight washed out look and feel to it which makes it look super retro and authenticity.


The hoodie has become a big influence on street style and we can than the new young upcoming designers for this! our favorite hoodie is hands down the GIVENCHY Fleece Hoodie.

Since joining Givenchy, Ms. Clare Waight Keller has paid respect to the house codes while designing some of her own. The back of this hoodie emphasizes a new iteration of the Parisian label’s logo in the style of a bright-red emblem. It’s cut from high-pile fleece and lined in cotton for extra warmth.


The cable knit sweater is very sophisticated and is a cozy piece to make an outfit really come together. The Brunello Cucinelli Cable-Knit Rollneck Sweater is perfect, it’s the one piece you’ll reach for time and again when there’s a chill in the air.

It’s knitted with soft virgin wool, cashmere and a touch of silk for extra comfort and sleek style.

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