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How to Layer

25 April, 2019

How to Layer

 

With winter just around the corner, we’re turning our attention to the art of layering. Because when you’re navigating everything from chilly early morning commutes to indoor heating, it’s important to utilise layers you can add and subtract with ease. 

From sleek tailoring to touch-me knit textures and cosy cool weather accessories, discover our top four pro layering tips for a well-dressed winter season.  

TOP 4 LAYERING TIPS

1.      Alternate solids, textures and prints

Add dimension to your look with a considered combination of solid colours, textures and seasonal prints. Team a neutral knit jumper or cardigan with an oversized striped scarf, adding a vibrant colour pop coat for an eye-catching finish.

2.      Embrace tailoring

When working with multiple layers, a tailored coat is the perfect way to add polish and purpose to your look. Inject shape and structure with a belted wrap coat, trench coat or longline crombie silhouette – the perfect foil for chunky knitwear separates. 

3.      Say ‘yes’ to the dress 

The temperature may have dropped, but that doesn’t mean your favourite dresses should fall by the wayside. Think outside the box and layer your dresses with turtleneck jumpers to button-down shirts, tights and ankle boots

4.      Accessorise with beanies, scarves and gloves

An oversized scarf, beanie or pair of fleece-lined gloves is the chicest way to add warmth to your cool weather look. Embrace the matchy-matchy trend in a coordinating scarf and beanie, or slip on a pair of PU gloves for timeless sophistication.

How to layer
How to layer
How to layer

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