‘Tis the season, for layering that is. Layering is an essential part of fall and winter dressing and it can get, quite frankly, a little boring with the repetition of the same cardigan or coat thrown over your otherwise carefully curated outfit. With a few simple tweaks to your typical layering routine, you’ll be able to refresh your fall and winter wardrobes without completely revamping your entire closet.
Double Up on Your Knitwear
Layer Your Cardigans & Coats
Bring New Life to Your Favorite Dresses
Invest in a Vest
Don’t Underestimate Undergarments
When it comes to the colder seasons, it can be hard to make any look feel chic, especially when you’re bundling up from head to toe! However, one of this season’s trendiest silhouettes, a knitted dress, is proving that it is possible to be warm and stylish even when those temperatures plunge! Whether you opt for a ribbed, fitted knit style or a sweater-like silhouette, this fashion-forward dress option is truly a piece that can be worn for any occasion! I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite ways I’ve been seeing knitted dresses styled this season and hope that these fashionistas inspire you to try this chic silhouette out for yourself!
Classic in Beige
The Perfect Duo
Just Add a Belt
A Stylish Alternative
This fall, the patchwork trend has gone through a modern update and we are no longer seeing the traditional patchwork pieces inspired by classic quilting, literally as it sounds: different pieces, or patches, of patterns and materials are sewn into one garment. Recently, this trend has undergone a modern update that results in sleek, chic pieces that are brought together with a more minimalistic approach, almost as if it’s only two separate items instead of multiple without any direction. As somewhat of a mix between colorblocking and print mixing, take a look at the modern update on the patchwork trend to inspire you this fall season.
Try Out Trousers
Mixed Material Jacket
That time of year has finally arrived to start moving your beloved jackets and coats to the forefront of your wardrobe! Even if you feel like you already have the essentials, it’s always nice to add in an updated style or two to keep things trendy and fresh. Whether you live in a mild climate where the fall temperatures are a cool 70 degrees or if you live in a snow-bound metropolis, I’ve rounded up some of this season’s best layering pieces that will surely make you want to bundle up that much more!
The Puffy Coat
A Shearling Coat
(Faux) Fur Coat
A Stylish Cape
The Classic Trench
Matching from head to toe might give you flashbacks back to grade school when you were dressed in matching sets, typically including stretchy stirrup pants and some sort of sparkle detail on your top (please tell me what wasn’t just my childhood). This fall however a head-to-toe monochromatic look is a chic way to get through the season. Think of it as a capsule wardrobe made of easy-to-coordinate pieces. The thought of monochromatic outfits typically gets a bad rap because they are thought of as head to toe neutral looks, beige and boring. This season is all about color, coordinating different shades, and even going all-in on prints. It’s a no-effort, guaranteed stylish way of dressing that will wake up your creative juices and add variety to your wardrobe.
Here are some tips on how to embrace the monochromatic trend for this season.