Layering your clothes is one of the stylish tricks every woman should master. If you think you’re excused this summer, you’re wrong as you can still look breezy and chic in lightweight layers. A style blogger known for her layered street looks, Nina Suess is truly an inspiration to take note of this summer and for more seasons to come. Looking for tricks on how to layer like a pro in all seasons? Keep on reading to scoop some tricks from her.
Summer may be the hottest season in the calendar, but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo your layered looks completely. Like Nina, look breezy and chic on the boat by going for a striped bandeau top and abstract print maxi skirt topped with a lightweight cardigan. Remember, your ultimate goal this summer is to look breezy and fresh so only opt for breathable and lightweight fabrics like chiffon, rayon, silk, cotton, and such that will beat the heat. A maxi dress or skirt with slit will give you enough coverage from the sun while keeping you comfortable and chic. If you think your summer whites are quite boring, spice it up with a camouflage print jacket that will add some edge to your looks.
When the temperature starts to drop, you’ll need more toppers to keep you warm yet comfortable. In the fall season, you may still go for distressed jeans with rips and holes, as well as cut-out pieces that will keep you breezy yet comfortable. If you wish to expose some skin on your bottom half through your sexy cut-out pieces, keep your upper part covered to make your style season-appropriate. Like Nina, go for a pair of ripped skinny jeans but top it off with an embroidered jacket that will keep your warm. Also, you may start trading your summer sandals with sneakers and ankle boots for a more functional yet stylish look.
The coldest season in the calendar, winter season requires heavy layers that will make you survive the freezing temperatures. Like Nina, opt for pea coats, chesterfield coats, or fur coats that will keep you stylish and chic. This time, you can experiment wearing your button-down shirts with your sleeveless dresses and trousers with knee-length skirts. Though sneakers may be cool, going for knee-high or thigh-high boots would be the best. If you’re a fan of basics, wear them accordingly like Nina always does but top your looks with a fur scarf that will surely keep you warm when your basic layers are not enough.
In spring, the temperature begins to warm up, so it’s time to go light on your layers. Since the trace of the freezing temperatures is still present in the early spring, you can still wear your structured and heavy coats, but this time, in sheer and lightweight outfits. Like Nina, you may opt for a sheer embroidered top and a pair of high-waist pants and top it off with a winter jacket to keep you warm. As the spring season draws closely to the summer, you’re now free to wear your ripped jeans and lightweight maxi that will keep you stylish and season-appropriate. Indeed, layering your clothes regardless of the season is one of the most stylish and functional looks you can have.