Aussie Girl’s Guide to Transitional Season Fashion and Beauty



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The Land Down Under is famous for many things, but one of the more exceptional ones is the different order of seasons compared to the rest of the world. So, instead of fall, Aussies are welcoming spring. However, even though the differences are obvious, the fact that they’re in for a transitional season just like everyone else remains true. In that respect, not everything is completely different. Aussie girls also have to think about layering and changing their go-to clothing pieces as well as adjusting their skincare routine for the season. So, what can they teach us in terms of style and beauty?

Have fun with your looks


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The world can learn a lot from the country of Oz, but when fashion is concerned, Aussie girls definitely have a very specific and heartfelt advice – don’t think too much about what you’re going to wear. Instead, dress the way you feel and try to enjoy the whole process of putting your outfit together. It should reflect your mood and personality, not the other way around. This lovely, laid-back approach to getting dressed is something that makes Aussie ladies so adorable and attractive. Precisely because of the positive energy that they wear as an accessory and the fact that they feel great in their clothes, their outfits always seem fashionable, regardless of whether it’s a street style outfit or an elegant dress.

Forget about the trends


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Fashion trends will always be a thing, but Aussie girls don’t really seem to care much about that. They are much more interested in creating something that they can proudly call their own. Therefore, don’t be afraid to look different! Transitional seasons such as spring and fall are perfect for trying out interesting, unusual, bold and very personal fashion, makeup and hair styles. After all, if there’s no limit to who you are, why should there be a limit to how you look? The important thing is to let your ideas and individuality come to life. Don’t fear them. Don’t fear you.

Never abandon comfort for looks


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What’s the point of squeezing into something you don’t feel comfortable in or wearing high heels to a party if you’re going to sit the entire evening? Have you already forgotten the first tip? Have fun with your outfits! But, also, have fun in your outfits. What exactly is the point of all that discomfort and pain? The true stylishness and trendy vibe come from the way you rock an outfit. If you don’t feel good, you can bet that the dissatisfaction is going to show on your face and posture, and that won’t be attractive and fashionable.  

Act and look natural


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One of the main tips that you can pick up from Aussie girls, apart from their stylishness and positive nature, is the fact that healthy and radiant skin, as well as flattering makeup, are some of the best accessories. However, due to the weather conditions in Australia, caring for your skin is much more important than trying to cover it up. Precisely because of this, natural and organic skincare products are among Aussie favorites. What’s more, vegan makeup is becoming more and more popular as well. Nothing can replace the beauty of smooth and supple skin, especially not fashion trends that don’t really match your personal taste.

The key to looking your best throughout the whole year and not just during the transitional seasons is precisely in your ability and willingness to make yourself feel good and confident, as well as taking proper care of yourself. Have fun with your clothes, stay comfortable and stick to healthy beauty routines!

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