1. Capture carefree fashion in a parka and puddle-friendly rubber boots.



2. Repurpose a barely there slip dress by adding a close-fit tee and a bomber jacket.




3. Layer a longline blazer over a button down and add loafers for a work-approriate look.



4. Tuck a lightweight sweater into a pleated midi as an alternative to office dressing.



5. Go comfy chic with a slim cropped top, ripped skinnies, and high top sneakers.


6. Brighten up a dull, dreary commute with a pastel jacket worn alone over a bodycon midi skirt.


7. Swap your favorite white trainers for a pair in black.


8. Can’t quit your heels? Try closed-toe mules that keep icky drain water away.


9. Pair a roomy sweater with your denim shorts for something warmer and covered up.


10. Reference the swinging ‘60s in a turtleneck top, mini skirt, and patent boots.


11. Don’t stash away your summer dresses just yet. Transition into the season with a denim jacket.


12. Keep splatters away from legs with overalls—roll them down on the road, then cuff once you hit your destination.

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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