Even though it might be tempting to jump the gun and look at what’s new for spring in your favorite online stores, the next few months will be cold.
And while there’s no harm in peeking into the next season’s style, you should stay in the current one – and so should your clothes. Which is why we are going to explore winter layering and how you can remain stylish and stay warm.
This winter, it’s not only about a decent sweater or coat; the fundamentals are the key to staying toasty and looking good.
We put together some style tips — including a few key pieces and some fashionable base layers — as a roadmap to keeping cozy and looking good for the remaining months of the year! Without further ado, here’s our ultimate winter layering guide.
Winter Layering Guide
Start With A Solid Base Layer
For the colder months, a good base layer is a must. In the same way that you would dress for a day of skiing if you spent a lot of time on the slopes, you should approach city attire with the same mindset if you spend a lot of time outdoors.
Start with a thermal base layer that can be worn either concealed or displayed, such as Thermajane Long Johns or SKIMS Essential Mock Neck Long Sleeve Bodysuit.
Just put your chosen outfit for the day on top of the thin layers. Believe us, you’ll feel much more comfortable and warmer outside, and you won’t get too hot inside either.
Thermajane Long Johns
SKIMS Essential Mock Neck Long Sleeve Bodysuit
Invest In A Fashionable Fleece
Like the puffer coat, the fashion fleece has been a cold weather mainstay for a long time, so we’re glad it’s back. It’s warm, comfortable, and stylish, thanks to brands like Free People, H&M, and The North Face.
You can wear it on its own as a light jacket on days that are warmer, or you can layer it under a heavier coat on days that are brrr-isker.
Hit The Slopes Printed Fleece Jacket
Oversized Fleece Hoodie
Women’s Extreme Pile Full-Zip Jacket
Turtlenecks, Turtlenecks, Turtlenecks!
Fashionistas have been layering brightly colored and patterned turtlenecks forever, showing that there are so many ways to utilize this stylish statement piece in your winter layering rotation.
Put one on under a button-up shirt or wrap jacket for a glamorous pop of color, or let an open blazer or coat let the turtleneck do all the work!
Brandy Merino Wool Sweater
SHOP ON DIANE VON FURSTENBERG – $328
Veronica Beard Jeans Cedar Striped Puff-Sleeve Turtleneck
Fitted Turtleneck Top
Accessories That Make A Statement
You don’t need to look any further than these little accouterments for fast and easy solutions to your cold-weather fashion conundrums. Think patterned wool tights, hooded dickeys, and neck warmers!
Amelia Ribbed Cashmere Tights
Veronica Beard Hoodie Dickey
Textured Fleece-Lined Knit Neck Warmer
What are your winter layering secrets? Share them in the comments!
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