3 Unique Ways to Layer This Season
It's no secret that there's a formula behind the art of layering. Sure, you can pile on whatever's in sight to stay toasty during sub-zero temps, but by doing it that way you risk losing your sense of personal style. Luckily, there is a way to keep warm and still look put together.
To show you exactly what we mean, we hit the streets of New York City during fashion week to showcase three unique ways to layer this season featuring forward pieces you may not have considered in your layering game in the past.
Keep scrolling to watch our tutorial—and go a bit further to shop pieces inspired by the shoot.
On Kat Collings:
Outfit 1: Krewe Conti Sunglasses ($255); Thakoon Long Sleeve Pullover ($417); 3.1 Phillip Lim vest via Forward by Elyse Walker; Vintage Levi's jeans; Maison Margiela boots; Chloé Fedora Small Satchel ($200/month).
Outfit 2: Garrett Leight Van Buren Sunglasses ($420); Preen by Thornton Bregazzi Lori Coat ($831); J Brand blouse; Adam Lippes Ribbed Cropped Crewneck Sweater ($650); Jesse Kamm Sailor Pants ($395); Topshop Muse Bone Heel Boots ($160); Simon Miller S801 Bonsai Bag ($360).
Outfit 3: Ahlem sunglasses; Thakoon robe; Helmut Lang coat; Maje sweater; Uniqlo turtleneck; Mother The Insider Crop Jeans ($185); Dior boots.
On Bobby Schuessler:
Intro Outfit: Blindness Wool Coat ($653); Babaton turtleneck; Sandro shirt.
If it's slightly warmer outside, skip the jacket and try a vest over a turtleneck sweater. Adding a fur stole will only enhance your look, giving it a high-fashion spin. Plus, it adds just a touch of extra warmth.
A blouse underneath a shell is forward without being too over the top. Add a statement coat over this combo and you'll beat Mother Nature while remaining incredibly sleek.
It may seem out there, but wearing two sweaters is not only functional but also incredibly fashionable right now. Add a robe dress (so chic!) and a stylish coat on top and you're ready to tackle any weather coming your way.
What's your styling trick for keeping warm? Let us know in the comments below!
Opening Image: Style du Monde