Soft layering

The only way to survive the winter chill is to layer up.  I also like to use  this survival tip during the autumn but to a lesser degree by SOFT LAYERING.

This sounds more technical than it actually it.  Essentially it requires the laying for thin layers of clothing to achieve a cosy look as I have done here.  I styled this look for my Podiatry appointment today.  Its been raining cats and dogs yet the temperature is still in the high teens. Getting dressed in the morning has just gotten even more hard and confusing to avoid not being too hot during the commute and not freezing in the evening.  I literally threw on layers all in the name of trying to keep warm andddddddddd Voila !!!.. a pretty trending/ edgy soft layered look.

I like this look because it can easily go from a day to a evening look, i mean drinks after work kinda vibe. My scarf was bought donkey years ago from Topshop (I am not sure why I keep using animal idioms…. promise, this is the last one).  It never gets old and the fringed ends add some much needed movement to this outfit, totally bringing it to life.

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Hope you liked this throwing on layers look.  Dont forget to connect with me so we can be friends on instagram @ijaykheavens.  See you on the next post

Scarf from Topshop

Black sleeve top from Primark

Treggings from Topshop Tall

Sleeveless jacket from Topshop Tall

https://www.topshop.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?langId=-1&productId=18218483&catalogId=33057&storeId=12556&krypto=SFx3486rqBj0d%2FQa2jiWsl6xrRCCDs0ra4ezOWRThxU4uRhxA0BOYwDqE1%2BflbLL6ZskJJRtNEJ3ZkvP12PuJ61qI%2FBpQOJCWSqLK6Nv1yeokBm4se0Gia3LwxWvSLCGAtVxGPU3cNi1rUKyecDcqQ2rktMrL8MhWXaJKr9BV9Do1U0LlhoWBO1fOODLi6BQ

Shoe boots form Dorothy perkins

Handbag from Halston heritage bought from The Outnet

https://www.theoutnet.com/en-GB/product/Halston-Heritage/Two-tone-leather-shoulder-bag/592370

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