Fashion for Fickle Weather | Layering

Welcome back beatniks!

So nice to see your beautiful faces again! Before we start this article, we need to take a moment and ask our good friend mother nature, “WTF is going on with this weather??!” The weather we’ve encountered lately is nothing we’ve ever expected for an east-coast October. It feels like two different seasons when entering a morning class and when leaving an hour and a half later. So what do we wear when the temperature ranges a good 30 degrees within the day? You got it. Layer up!

Layering is the only way to effectively dress for this fickle weather; we can walk to class feeling comfortable and shred those layers as the day progresses. Not to mention that layering adds so much dimension an ensemble. Here are a few ways we’ve been laying our clothes lately.

Layer it up! | Tee shirts and cardigans and vests, oh my! 

Shoes: Vans

Graphic Tee: Thrifted
Cardigan: gifted
Vest: Ross 

Get creative! | Interesting textures under plain tees

Lace Top: Thrifted 
Graphic Tee: Brandy Melville 
Scarf: Asbury Park Boardwalk
Booties: Thrifted 
Earrings: Thrifted 

You can never go wrong with a classic | Tee shirt and a light jacket

Tee: Thrifted
Reflective Jacket: Thrifted
Pants: Melrose Trading Post
Shoes: Adidas, 
Belt: Thrifted 

Fall Favs Layered | Corduroy Dress and Flannel

Flannel: Thrifted
Corduroy Dress: Forever 21
Hat: Charolette Rouse
Shoes: Dor la Dor
Necklace: Express

Always Perfect for Fall : Overalls

Sheer Shirt: Zara
Velvet Overalls: Forever 21
Shoes: Dor la Dor 

Sheer Layers

Bralette: Free People
White Skirt: Forever21
Sheer Embroidered Dress: Forever 21
Shoes: Gifted Karli 🙂
Fishnet Cardigan: Forever 21

This weather may be hard to manage, but it gives an opportunity to be creative with your clothing. Layering adds so much to a wardrobe, and allows you to get new use out of old pieces. Do not be afraid to try something new in this confusing season !

Pce&Love ~ Cait&Kell

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