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Layer like a pro

Fashion and warmth covered.

(And not a big bum in sight!)

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Just because cooler temps are on the approach don't sacrifice your style for the weather. Extra layers are a must (espesh if you’re trying to cover any extra winter kilos - yeah, thanks comfort eating!), but layer right and you can still score some serious fashion points through the darker months. 

Think: sporty hoodies underneath statement coats, floaty dresses styled with pants, or quirky socks paired with chic shoes, layering up textures and colours adds punch up any winter ensemble. 

Make your layering game strong with these four looks and embrace the cold...

Chunky knits 


Keep your knits chunky and your bod warm. Lighten the mood with a palette of natural shades and your look is lit.


Hoodies for days


Hoodies and bomber jackets continue to reign fashion supreme, hooray! They’re a great layering combo and will be one of our go-to looks for winter. Style with statement boots for an extra edge.


Socks and sandals (not a misprint!)

Socks and sandals ARE cool, if the top bloggers are wearing this combo then you need to get involved too. Introduce your plain sandals to socks with patterns and texture. It’s a party your feet will thank you for. Prepare to be noticed.


Dresses over jeans


Wearing a dress in winter is a winning idea, amiright? Just pair your fave transeasonal over slim-fit jeans and heels. To be super winter ready, throw on a jacket and boom. #styled


Can’t get enough of our layering inspo? Need more you say? We hear you. Click here and throw that extra piece on. Go on, you know you want to...

By: Abbie Tanner

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