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30 trans-seasonal dresses you’ll wear all year round

You'll never regret buying one of these wardrobe staples.

We all know the weather in Australia is completely unpredictable. One day it's 20 degrees and rainy and the next it's 27 degrees and sunny. This makes dressing for the right temperature hard, and knowing when to pack away your out-of-season clothes even harder. Because as soon as you pack away those jumpers the temperature drops. Every single time.

The solution to the capricious Australian climate is the trans-seasonal dress. Every savvy fashionista has a few go-to dresses that work in summer with a pair of sandals but look just as hot in winter when worn with a jacket and boots. It's your best weapon against weather that just won't make up its mind.

Here are 30 of the coolest trans-seasonal dresses that you can wear any time of the year. And if you're looking for some cool ways to layer your dress to make it more winter appropriate, make sure you check the slip dress layering and styling guide.

Dorothy Perkins Textured Body-Con Dress
Dorothy Perkins Textured Body-Con Dress

THE ICONIC

Low Armhole Scoop Back Skater Dress Mauve
Low Armhole Scoop Back Skater Dress Mauve

Missguided

Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is the Editor of the Shopping section at finder. She has a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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