Autumn Layering For Women

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Autumn Layering For Women

It is getting cold and the weather is finally feeling seasonal. Time to bring out the layers which happily, can look very stylish indeed! This blog gives three layering looks for ladies, concentrating on mixing-up textures and pattern. Look out for my next blog which has three layering tips for men.

Layering Look #1

1. There is something interesting about layering, it looks creative, not wearing a coat but instead throwing on your beanie hat and belting a cardi with a great leather belt. If you've been reading my blogs you'll know I love mixing up textures and avoid too much of a 'matchy matchy' look. A great autumn combo is a belted chunky cardi with a satin silky top or camisole underneath. In the first 'Look #1 below, there's a lot going on with the faux fur, silk and animal print belt so keep the bottom half simple with black skinny jeans and black ankle boots or if you're not feeling that Avant Garde then swap the jazzy belt for a plain black leather one.

 

Silk Cami By Myla

 

Fur Trimmed Cardi

 

Animal Print Belt

 

Layering Look #2

 

For another layering look with a difference, layer a glittery textured jumper over a floral feminine shirt to jazz up your daily jeans:

 

 

French Connection Glitter Knit

 

Jack Wills Floral Shirt

Layering Look #3

This is my absolute favourite layering look. If you have images of layering making you look like the Michelin Man then erase them now! This final look is feminine and sexy, on-trend AND warm!

 

Start by finding a beautiful sheer maxi dress like one of these by House of Hackney, then layer a silk slip underneath and a cashmere polo neck with a few buttons undone at the neck. Add chunky biker boots and tights and socks or shoe boots or long boots, whatever you have in the wardrobe!

 

Dark Floral Maxi

 

 

New Season Leaf Print Maxi

 

M&S Cashmere

 

Autumn layering tips for the new chilly weather just in time for the clocks going back this weekend and our daily cloak of darkness (boo). Look out for my men's layering blog later this week.

 

Lisa x