Earrings & Glasses: Forever21
Socks & Boots: Old Navy
Ah, don’t you guys just love my rbf? At times I can be, but most of the time I promise I’m not. You know, I’m human. But any way, I’m here to give some lil tips on layering for the colder weather. Me being a visual person, I wish I had different versions of my explanations for you to see but since I don’t I’ll do my best to explain.
Starting with the upper half of my body, I like to wear three layers:
- a comfortable T or knitted long sleeve
- a hoody (can be short sleeve/long or a crew neck)
- a jacket of any choice
Okay, so with these three layers you can do a few things depending on the sizes you prefer to wear. As you can see in these pictures, I chose a t-shirt that fits just right for my first layer. If you want to get a little bit more stylish, you can wear an extended T (which was what I actually wanted to wear, but somehow misplaced all three of mine). If you don’t know what that is, it’s a t-shirt that fits your width, but the length is much longer. I’m a medium, so I wore all of my tops in that size. If you decide to wear a bigger hoody, make sure you wear a bigger jacket too. If ya don’t, you’ll be lookin’ a little uncomfortable & crazy. But wearing these pieces a little bigger also gives you more room for your first layer.
- If you choose bigger sizes for your jacket and hoody, you could wear a dress underneath and pair that with tights and knee highs (which I like to scrunch to my calves). Make it sporty and throw on some kicks, or keep it classy with thigh high boots.
- With a bigger jacket and true to sized hoody, you could pair these with a a high wasted mid skirt. My silhouette of choice would be an a-line skirt.
- Not up for a dress or a skirt? Try wearing flared pants. With these I would suggest wearing a longer jacket. Like one of those long peacoats.
- If you decide to wear jeans, you could honestly wear any cut. But always remember the most important key of keeping your garments proportionate!