Here's the layering procedure:
|Layer 1 and cheerleader pose. Am I harboring pent up desires to be a member of the pep squad? Nah! Just happy to be wearing two tanks to add warmth especially when one is a HEATTECH tank from UNIQLO.|
|Steal this sweater from your dad, your brother, boyfriend or buy your own. The only rules are to look for lightweight wool and to buy it slightly large.|
|The first two layers are a little utilitarian, let layer 3 put the pretty and feminine back into the outfit.|
|Buh-Bye neck see you in the spring! I have been know to wear scarves around the house to keep cozy. While scarves add bulk at least it's not at the mid-section or hip area of the outfit.|
|It's blazer time (and cue cheesy smile)! You can also don a lightweight jacket or leather cropped jacket, it's your choice really! Just throw on a heavy winter coat when you are ready for the outdoors.|
Items in Order of Appearence:
Tanks: Old Navy and UNIQLO
Pants: Mavi 'Alexa' Jeans
Boots: FRYE 'Carmen'
Cardigan: Ann Taylor
Kimono Jacket: Love on a Hanger
Blazer: Ann Taylor
Note: Many of the items are not current season, but I found many similar items and you can shop the look below.
Try it or mock it, this is the outfit formula that keeps me warm. Which in the winter is the closest thing to happy. How do you keep warm in the winter months?