Layering is something I like to do a lot, mainly because I’m always wearing basics so I thought it would be nice to share a few layering tips with you all today and a few things I like to do when I’m putting my outfits together. As you know I love to wear a black Cami and black skinnies which can look a little boring but it’s also a very versatile look because you can add accessories and pieces of clothing to make it more of a daytime look or change it up and add different pieces to give more of an evening feel to it. Todays look is more of an Autumnal day look although if you just take away the check shirt and slap on some red lippy and heels your ready for a night out with the girls or even a date with your man.
First piece is of course the black Cami which I adore from Universal Store
, I love the slight V neckline which makes it perfect for adding a necklace. I chose this gorgeous Layered bar necklace, it’s simple yet chic making it the perfect piece to wear with your outfit day or night and I just love the layered design perfect for this look and for creating extra dimension and movement. When layering an outfit remember you don’t have to be clumpy or old fashioned, I used to steer away from layering because I felt it would make my shape appear larger and not flatter my figure at all but by adding these simple pieces I’ve learnt that layering doesn’t have to make you feel that way. I love to add different textures and materials to my outfits to make me feel more sexy and feminine, I love this lace Bralette it’s the perfect layering piece and looks gorgeous peeking though that slinky Cami.
Finally by adding the Check shirt we are giving this look more of a day time feel perfect for Autumn, I think by wearing this with the Biker Jacket
and the sleeves rolled up it lets those extra layers peek though and really finishes off the look.
Are you a fan of layering? What are your favourite layering pieces and tips?!
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