So, you are into layering outfits, right? In today’s post, I will try my best to show you my favorite ideas on what to wear with what, where to tuck in what, and other fundamental things to guide into the layering world.
What This Post Is About:
Turtleneck under the shirt outfit idea
This combination will diversify the working and office dress code and warm you up on cold days. To prevent the turtleneck from showing through, the top layer should be made of thick and dense fabric, it can be thick cotton or leather. You can also experiment with colors, but wearing different textures will get you a totally attractive effect.
A grey turtleneck is worn under a blue dress shirt tucked in blue regular fit jeans completed with heeled grey loafer pumps:
A white shirt is worn over a white turtleneck both tucked in purple knitted high-waisted midi skirt completed with lime-green boots:
Knitted vest and shirt outfit
Warm as a sweater, but more practical. With a vest, you can come up with a dozen multi-layered combos: romantic dresses, blouses, turtlenecks. I personally love wearing an oversized vest with a snow-white voluminous shirt.
A stunning grey colored vest in oversized fit is worn over a white shirt completed with chunky Chelsea boots in black leather:
We see a vest worn as a dress over a white shirt, the look is completed with chunky black leather boots:
A cropped cable-knit vest in grey color is worn over a white shirt paired with milk-white pants:
Turtleneck and sweater outfit layering
The thin turtleneck and rolled-up sweater sleeves are quite recognizable techniques of fashionistas. You might say it’s quite an unrealistic combo: a turtleneck and a sweater. But together, these pieces look absolutely modern and even futuristic-especially if you choose contrasting colors.
A cream grey coat is worn over a white sweater that is layered over a striped turtleneck, complete the look by adding jeans and ankle boots:
We see a plaid blazer styled with a brown sweater layered over a striped turtleneck, add black skinny pants and black ankle boots:
Turtleneck under the dress outfit idea
The turtleneck seems to be an elegant choice, I love seeing ladies wearing a dress over a turtleneck. Go for turtlenecks in white or black. It is better to take thinner turtlenecks-so that nothing bulges under the dress.
Keep the cool vibe by wearing a white turtleneck under a spaghetti strap black dress completed with leopard print ankle boots:
We see a khaki biker jacket styled with a white turtleneck and floral print black maxi dress:
Keep the 1970 vibes, go for a black officer har, red turtleneck sweater, and a black denim overall dress, complete the look by adding black leather ankle boots:
White shirt under the dress outfit idea
Another good example of how to wear beautiful dresses more often is simply wearing them over shirts. A white shirt reduces the degree of elegance, and also incredibly refreshes the whole look.
Go for a white shirt and layer it under a black sleeveless short dress, update the look by adding gold necklace:
How about wearing a white long-sleeve top with a spaghetti strap black dress and a charcoal coat. Complete the look by adding socks and strappy heels:
A white shirt is layered under a black tuxedo dress in velour completed with red heels:
Dress and pants outfit idea
The combination of trousers and dresses has become a practical thing among bloggers and fashionistas. In addition to the combination of a loose dress and wide trousers in the new collections, there are more sophisticated options made of weightless pants, it will be a perfect solution for evening events.
We see a black leather jacket combined with a sweater dress in black color completed with bootcut pants in black:
In love with this blush slipdress styled with a black ribbed knit tee paired with black leather pants and heeled black leather sandals:
We see a black leather biker jacket styled with a velvet black slip dress completed with jeans and burgundy heeled mules:
We see a beige turtleneck sweater worn under a spaghetti strap semi-sheer maxi dress completed with blue jeans and shimmering heeled pumps:
Have any thoughts on these combinations? Or you know some other cool ideas on layering techniques? Please comment: