Winter Trends: Layering

During the winter months, depending on where you are, can get very cold and you aren’t able to wear half of your closet anymore because its just not worth freezing! Well who says that just because the weather changed and it is now colder that you can’t still have style and look cute??? Well layers are a great way to still look cute but also stay warm! Now doing layers can become to look a little messy so here are some tips on putting together a layering outfit that still looks cute!

1. Mix patterns with solid colors.

  • Many people drift to darker colors during the winter season, which is great but you could also add a pattern or two to make your layering outfit not so boring. An important tip to keep in mind when adding patterns to not add too many because it can become overwhelming to the eye.

imagesCANY6N4P2. Don’t pile on too much heavy layers

  • When layering, you want to keep the different items of clothing light so you don’t overwhelm yourself with the amount of items that are hanging on your body. Layering lots of heavy, bigger items, can also make you look larger than you actually are which sometimes doesn’t look too flattering. If you layer two lighter items with one heavier item on top, you will complete the layering look.

layered-scarves-cardi-bf-jeans-perfect-outfit3. Add a shall rather than a sweater

  • Layering sweater on sweaters can become bulgy and not so flattering. It is true that you want to stay warm and that’s part of the reason why layering is so in, but to help you keep your actual shape, you can try something like a shall. They come in knit forms and also thinner, scarf like fabrics.



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