Layering is one of the easiest ways to enhance your style after wearing well-fitting clothes. Layering allows you to create unique combinations with your wardrobe. It lets you play with different textures, materials, weights, patterns and colors, and your wardrobe options will be endless.
Here’s how to layer your outfit:
To begin with, it goes without saying. When it comes to layering, there are several principles you can follow just like with other things in fashion. Remember the four basic laws of superposition:
RULE 1: Wear lighter, thinner textiles on the inside and heavier, thicker materials on the outside.
RULE 2: If you don’t want to look like a ball of yarn, don’t go overboard with your layering; keep it three layers at most.
RULE 3: We have a plethora of colors to choose from, but when pairing colors, wear a lighter shade in the interior and layer it with a darker shade.
RULE 4: To avoid sagging or loose inner layers, make sure each layer fits you well and can be worn on its own.
Now that you have mastered the ground rules, it’s time to learn about the different layering styles:
Turtlenecks to the top
Adding a turtleneck under an outfit is the easiest method for diaper. A laid back and laid back vibe can be achieved with graphic shirts and a denim jacket, and you can formalize the look by layering a formal shirt over your turtleneck shirt.
Stay classic with a sweater
This fundamental style is great for layering because sweaters and shirts are items you already have in your collection. Sweaters can be a great alternative to a standard plaid or plain shirt as they give you a sophisticated and more casual look.
Bring the Kimono
Remove the image of crisp, yellow plastic ponchos from your mind, because ponchos aren’t just for rainy days. Drape it over a fitted shirt or turtleneck and pair it with pants so you can get rid of the diaper if it’s too hot. Since most kimonos are not particularly thick, you can easily fold them up and store them in your purse.
Summer dress style
Spaghetti straps and sleeveless dresses also have their place in your fall / winter collection. When the weather is cool, you can wear this summer staple over a long sleeve shirt or sweater to transform your look. If the dress is fitted, combine it with a loose top for a warm contrast, and keep the look casual with shoes or ankle boots and minimal accessories.
Combine a denim jacket with your favorite kurti for a fusion touch on your desi look. This type of layering is great for outdoors and can be worn in hot and cold temperatures.