5 ways to get Winter Layering done right

Remember those times when mom used to make us wear layers upon layers during winters. Winter layering is back in vogue and we love it.

During the bitter cold, adding an extra layer is a great idea to keep warm. Take notes below on how to look stunning this winter and rock those winter layers with ultimate sass.

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It is that time of the year to get all bundled up! This season rock the winter layering trend.
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5 ways to rock winter layering fashion

1. Denim Base

Making denims the basic layer is a great idea. It gives you the freedom to play around with colors and mix a lot of fabrics as well. Basic ripped denims, pullover, and a bomber jacket are perfect for winter layering.

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Winter Layering done right with the star of the show – Denims.
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You could also try denim on denim and add a layer of plaid for that added winter feel. Denim and plaid is indeed a match made in heaven.

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This mix of prints has our heart! And that touch of plaid is cherry on the cake.
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2. Monochrome Magic

Confused about winter layering fashion? Go for a monochrome look. It’s perfect for those who want to experiment but aren’t very sure where to start.

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Take cues on how to wear white in winters and look drop dead gorgeous.
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Choose a deeper hue – gray, navy blue, or black and get your winter layering game on point. It looks simple and sassy. The monochrome look works great with formals as well.

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Killin’ it in monochrome winter layers.
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3. Over the shoulder

Remember 90s when wearing jackets over the shoulder was a huge trend? Bringing back 90s vibe with over the shoulder winter layering trend.

Wear the final layer casually over the shoulder. It can be a trench coat, denim jacket or a leather jacket. The idea is to look casual yet put together. This style works best with denims.

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Slay it in denims and over the knee boots.
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You can also give it a go with skirts. Wear a pencil skirt or a leather skirt with a pullover. And for the final touch, drape the jacket over your shoulders. Wear a long trench coat or a classic leather biker jacket.

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Totally crushing over this runway ready look. Perfect for a formal event.
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4. Fantastic Fur

Amp up your winter layering with the last layer being faux fur. Wear fur scarf or a jacket with fur detailing with your favorite skinny jeans.

how to layer clothes for winters
I get a little warm in my heart when I think of winter.
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Fur adds a lot of drama to the outfit, so make sure you let it highlight and keep the rest of the layering simple and preferably monochrome. Don’t add a lot of colors or patterns.

Read more about hottest Winter Must have fashion trends. 

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She doesn’t wear fur coz she’s cold, she wears fur coz she’s GLAMOROUS.
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5. All Wrapped Up

Winter fashion is incomplete without scarves and mufflers. Wear them with denims or skirts, there are tonnes of ways to style scarves. Go for chunky knits which are in huge trend this season.

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This powder blue chunky knit is as good as winter cuddles.
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Another way to give winter layering a new dimension is clinching one of the layers at the waist. Wear a blanket scarf with a belt or tie a pullover at your waist for that cool casual look.

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Blanket Scarf is one of the most loved seasons trend. Have you fallen in love with it yet?
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Hope these styling tips help you. Look stylish, stay warm, and make a supreme style statement with winter layering. Don’t forget to follow us on- FacebookTwitterInstagram to know the latest in fashion trends, beauty tips, and self betterment.

Kritika Manchanda is the author of a fiction novel – ‘December Breeze’ and a Features Writer at Let’s Expresso. In addition to being a lifestyle and travel blogger, she is an ardent reader and a crazy dog girl!
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