Winter arriving (extremely rapidly up North!) has meant I've started experimenting with a lot of layering up. I've noticed I tend to wear really huge jumpers for the baltic outdoors, then step into a sweltering moshpit at uni and want to strip but can't so end up fanning myself while I sweat like a pig and try not to smudge my face off.
I feel like mastering the art of layering will help me avoid such repulsive situations.
Today I went out for lunch with my now purple-haired compadre, Daisy. I wanted to wear my necklace, which I bought from a weird boutique place in Miami. I had seen people teaming this style of necklaces with collared shirts, so I learnt from the wise and threw on my almost-forgotten spiked sheer blue shirt from Missguided.
My jumper has been in my recent haul videos and is a personal winter favourite from Primarni - a fabulously cheap Topshop/Zara dupe at just £8. My skirt is from River Island, and beauty wise I'm wearing my new Chanel Rivoli dupe lipstick - Sleek Cherry, (check out my dupe post - this is the perfect lippie for fall). I have been tanning with my best friend St.Moriz in an attempt to look healthier than I feel, and put in my synthetic extensions from DevaLook.
I ended up really liking the mix of textures and clashing colours in the outfit, and stayed snug (but not sweaty) which was ideal.
How do you guys layer for this time of year?