LAYERING IS NOTHING NEW FOR EARLY FALL BUT EVERY SEASON THE STREET STYLE STARS REINVENT AN OLD HABIT AND TURN IT INTO SPECTACULARLY INNOVATIVE LOOKS.
The time for layering might still be far away but with it slowly approaches the question what to wear when temperatures start to vary between too-cold-for-a-sweater and too-hot-for-a-jacket. The transitional season holds a number of pitfalls when it comes to dressing in layers. As simple as it may look, keeping your outfit warm and interesting at the same time can be –and we all know that -pretty tricky. But with a good handle on basics, we will show you how to pass street style throughout early Fall.
Staying warm does not equal feeling like a Michelin man. A turtleneck sweater worn underneath a leather dress helps to keep your shape. To cover your skin wear over the knee boots and a jacket in the same shade as the sweater to round the look out. It may only need a pop of colour in form of accessories to make this look appear individual. Winter upwards, summer downwards: Wear an all white look and bring it to the transitional season by combining it with an embellished or colourful coat and equally cheery slides. Put a summery scarf on top to perfect the layering idea. Can’t chose between a shirt dress and turtleneck? Why not wear both. The sleeveless apron like turtleneck is perfect for warmer days and easy to get rid of when it turns warmer throughout the day. The belt and booties make it work either way. Or do it like a fancy granny would and wear a denim shirt or any kind of blouse under a woolen dress. Pull it off with either heels or boots with no need for a jacket. As you see, this one is versatile. But attention, mixing prints is for the well-advanced only, if you are a newcomer try testing material mixes with lavish layers but keep your eye on similar shades. Wearing this trend is not about covering up or wearing half your wardrobe in one day. Pick the one asset you want to show, and work towards balancing the rest.