Princess to be Meghan Markle has mastered transitional street style just as we are sure she will transition into the royal family. Taking your basic pieces you most likely already have in your closet and creating a look that can take you from winter into spring is this easy. Get this Meghan Markle street style look for less.
A black sweater is no doubt an essential go-to in your wardrobe. During the winter months you can wear it as is or even layer it with a thick open cardigan. This pullover sweater from Gap has wonderful seaming and texture. A pant that can take you from office to a night out is essential! If you don’t already own a pair Banana Republic makes these lightweight wool pants. The material makes them ideal for cooler nights and have a natural breathable feel to them. The silhouette creates a long and lean affect which is something we all appreciate when it comes to our clothing.
To really take this outfit in a trendy direction throw on this Line faux suede biker jacket. A suede jacket is the go-to for transitional weather. You can keep it on the back of your chair at work or in your car for those last minute plans when you need a piece to really elevates the look that you are already wearing. Plus it’s less then $30! I’ll take two please!
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I am sure that all of us have a black bootie in our closet. These Chelsea booties by Mix No. 6, can be paired with pants or even a skirt for an edgier vibe. Add this BYOS Versatile Oversized Soft Cashmere Shawl Scarf in grey and these Polaroid round lens sunglasses, and you have a look that can take you out in the snow or in the sun.
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You may also like to see more Celebrity Looks for Less posts like Jessica Biel’s Not So Basic Basics and Get Rachel McAdams’ Celebrity Look for Less: Pump It Up With Accessories.
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