January – Transitioning from Winter to Spring fashion looks – 2019

Hello my angels! Welcome back to Styled by Sophie. It’s officially the New Year, hope you’ve all been having a wonderful start to 2019.

Next week I start back at uni, I’m excited but at the same time I just love the time off. I have really needed this time off from uni and it’s just been relaxing and refreshing. Not to work 24/7 was a nice feeling. I have an essay due for Wednesday though (which I’ve partly done), but that needs finishing. Then I have projects after that so I’ll be a busy bee once again. I’ll keep you all updated on my photography / styling projects.

I’m very much looking forward to all the fashion looks and styles for this year. I’m super excited for summer and for the outfits I shall wear! But for now I have to enjoy Spring weather and be prepared for the snow. In England, we tend to get snow this time of the year, mainly mid-February. But who knows! All I know is that my faux fur coats are straying with me for the journey.

January transitioning Winter to Spring Styles

(All images shown are not my own). 

Baggy Brigade


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I ADORE baggy clothes. Oversized anything is a major yes. I appreciate colour co-ordination when it comes to baggy clothing, if the colours are co-ordinated I’m a huge fan.

I tend to go for baggier clothing in winter, and all year round tbh hahah. But especially in winter. I find over-sized jumpers really comfy and I feel more warm and content when wearing them. The warmer the better!

Step in the Suit


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Jackets, blazers, smart trousers and straight trousers are all fab for Spring weather. You can have the cutest umbrella or Baker boy cap to match and you’re ready.

I really love pony tails with smart jackets, I just think it finishes off the look really well.

Coloured or patterned smart jackets and trousers are in for 2019, and I think the more colourful the better!

Sweater Weather


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Knits, Turtle necks and Sweaters are all perfect for the transition of Winter to Spring time. I am all in for a cute bun or a high pony with a cosy knitted jumper. Anything that is thick which is on you top half, I always think that you should have your hair up.

By having your hair up when wearing a thick jumper / knit, means that your neckline or chin can be on show and it actually accentuates those facial features. Anything to have your jawline pop is a YES from me.



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I’m a person who does love a nice pattern. I don’t tend to go for busy patterns, but if the colours suit the style then go ahead!

I think deep greens with patterns or florals are in for January – Feb. A pattern is always handy for when you don’t feel like pairing your outfit with a lot. Patterns like these always are the icon of the Attire. So you can go simple with wearing this! I’d pair the dress with a scarf, thin-lined short jacket and a round side bag.

Let the pattern do the magic!

Baker Boy Cap Central


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You all know that I have quite a few Baker boy caps now, different colours and textures. They’re great when you’re wanting to look dressed up but not wanting your hair fully on show. I love how Baker boy caps look and how they can really pull an outfit together nicely.

2019 is the year for caps!

Bold Colours


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I actually have this multicoloured jumper from UNIF. I loooove colourful clothes. Whenever I’m feeling a bit down (especially a Monday or Tuesday morning), then I will certainly be colourful that day. Colour always brings me out of my moods and it helps me get through the day.

Bold colours that match together really can make a massive fashion statement. I’m here for the boldness of 2019.

Check off your style with this pattern


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I will never NOT wear checks or tartan patterns. They’re my all time favourite and I find check jackets just fabulous.

I have one from Zara and it’s one of my favourite statement pieces in my wardrobe. I wear it throughout the year and it will forever be a go-to jacket for me.

Checks or plaids that match together are even cuter.

Tops are on Top of Tops


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This trend has been around foreverrrr. But, I’m wanting to change the dynamics of it for 2019. I really like how it can look casual and cool, but I believe it would look as amazing if you wore it smartly.

With straight trousers, a floor length faux fur jacket and you would look chic. But I think you’d need to blend the colours nicely together. If you’re wanting to look smart, then I’d wear darker colours / shades to match with tops.

If you’re wanting to go casual, then any colour underneath the top would look fab. Long sleeved tight tops / bodysuits which go underneath baggier clothes are fab for Spring.

Thank you angels for reading this post. I will be back as per next Tuesday. I hope you all have a great weekend!

Love, Sophie Eleanor / Styled by Sophie x

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