How to Layer

Modern layering is all about embracing this season’s warm weather pieces while staving off the cold with a bit of clever outfitting. Not sure how to achieve the look? We’ve got the guide to dressing for the temperature drop.

Roll Necks and Cold Shoulders

Colour and texture is everything when it comes to layering, so why not take a playful approach to monochrome styling with a cold shoulder and roll neck combo. Place a white high neck under a black cold shoulder cami, decorated with delicate frills for a feminine touch to sleek street style.

Slip Dresses

Bring a slip dress into a daywear wardrobe with an injection of 90s nostalgia. Think crisp white bodysuits underneath a slip style, as bleached denim is slung around the waist and to finish, tie a paisley bandana around your neck.

Double Jacketing

The epitome of relaxed dressing, double jacketing marries winter and spring outerwear, the perfect pairing for a cold weather ensemble. Add interest with sleeveless high necks and cropped trousers, picking a navy palette for a classic, polished look.

Sleeveless Knits

The drop in temperature doesn’t necessarily call for you to abandon your leather jacket. Choose a bodysuit as a foundation and build on the outfit with a sleeveless knit to add warmth before grabbing your outerwear. Be sure to finish with a pair of ripped skinny jeans for a compliment to that biker hardware.

Cold Weather Jumpsuits

Dressing down a structured jumpsuit, conquer chilly spring days with a high neck knit underneath or for an ode to summer styling, pair with a delicate broiderie anglaise top.

Originally posted on daily.newlook.com

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