Layering. Weâ€™ve all heard that itâ€™s the best way to get and stay warm during the colder months. Too cold? Add a layer. Too hot? Lose a layer. Simple. But how do you layer effectively and still look fashionable? Timbercreek Communities has some tips for how to layer like a pro.
Just like with paint, two layers are often better than one. If you want to paint a fashionable picture this winter, add a thick liner coat beneath a puffy coat to add much-needed warmth without adding bulk. Reverse layering works well, too. This is when you layer the longer, thinner coat underneath a short coat.
Suits Under an Overcoat
The classics never go out of style. A menâ€™s or womenâ€™s suit coat under an elegant overcoat is a simple way to stay stylish and warm this winter.
Battle the Bulk with a Belt
If youâ€™re concerned that your layers are going to look too bulky on you, or ruin the lines of your long coat, wrapping yourself in a simple and stylish belt is a great way to bring it all in at the waist for a nice silhouette.
The Power of the Hoodie
The hooded sweatshirt is a classic cozy style staple, and a must-have garment for fall and winter. It looks great when a hood pops out above both casual coats, bomber jackets and more formal overcoats. Plus, when itâ€™s really cold, you can pull the hood up and stay stylishly toasty.
Stock up on Socks
If your feet are cold, you will be cold. Donâ€™t be afraid to layer up those thin, indoor socks with a pair of thick, warm wool socks. Strip off the excess layer once you get indoors.
Timbercreek hopes you stay toasty and stylish all the way through to next spring!