This time we are going to speak about best ways on how to layer your winter clothes. Sure, you can throw tones of layers, but the result can look weird and bulky. That’s why I created this awesome street style compilation where I show you how to layer winter clothes and make you look insanely hot. There are so many interesting ways how to make layers be functional and look stylish. Of course, everything should be done carefully and artfully. Keep on reading to find out my favorite ways on how to make you look individual and keep your winter layers functional.
The first thing to know is to layer your winter clothes from thin to thick, so that your thin garment doesn’t look bulky because of the thicker piece worn underneath. I mean, never wear T-shirt atop your fur coat, LOL. The garments, like button-downs, cotton tank tops, chiffon blouses made of lightweight fabrics should be worn under thick layers. I love to see ladies who appear on the streets wearing lightweight tops, dresses and blouses worn under cozy and heavy coats made of leather, thick wool or fur. Don’t forget to add your functional and stylish winter accessories, like beanies, scarves, knitted shawls, leather gloves, knitted mittens, etc. Believe me, these accessories can dress up the most basic outfits. Try on elbow-length leather gloves styled with cropped ponchos or capes. If you want to upgrade your everyday look, then I suggest you to add knitted sock and tuck them in your ankle-boots, so they peak-out from your footwear. You can be more creative by playing with lengths of your garments. Don’t wear the same length clothes, as you can appear bulky and heavy. The flowing and cascading looks are ideal for creating layered effect. If the result looks billowy and voluminous, then you better add a belt to underline your waistline and ladylike silhouette. If you wear thick layers, then I recommend to use maximum two layers. Believe me, this will be enough, otherwise you gonna look bulky. Better use more structured garments made of thick fabrics, like denim, leather or heavy wool. If you want to keep things look more creative, then how about adding contrasting colors and prints? Sure, I love to see monochromatic outfits that look elegant and polished, but sometimes I get sick of neutral and dark color shades and I search for beautiful textures and prints. Don’t be afraid of mixing bright colors, prints and patterns. If you want to spice up your look, then you can creatively layer your jewelry. This addition will make you look sophisticated and timelessly chic. The different length necklaces and opulent decorations will surely make you look bright, elegant and sophisticated.