Layering: fall’s best tool to dress your best
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3 tips for looking your best this fall

Layering: fall’s best tool to dress your best

We know nailing your look for the proper setting can be a gamble. Is this classy enough? Is it too casual? With layering, you can set these issues aside: you can combine the options!

 

Let’s clarify something: layering isn’t simply the act of wearing a jacket. It’s a conscious choice that shows an investment in your look. There’s curation in the process: it’s a styling method that goes past the simple t-shirt and jeans. 

 

 

A few rules of thumb

 

 

1. Layering isn’t about extravagance. 

It can be as simple as using an Oxford shirt as a light jacket. 

 

 


The Jasper Good Cotton Shirt in Black60/40 Organic Recycled Tee in Golden yellow

 

 

 

 

2. Second, the greatest impact comes with using the right colors.

It’s all about balance: you can pick a neutral shade like navy blue, brown or grey, and then combine it with a bright colour. We’re thinking yellow, purple — even patterns will do. For fall, think of earthy and rich colours like burgundy, navy, orange, brown and dark green: they have this calming quality that matches the atmosphere of autumn. 

 

 


Sherpa-Lined Wool Tartan Overshirt in Green, Good Cotton Long-Sleeved Henley Tee in Fired brick

 


Herringbone Plaid Shirt in Multi, Cotton Ottoman Crewneck in Maroon

 

 

 

 

3. Be comfortable. 

If you’re thinking about wearing a shirt underneath your merino sweater, be sure that the fit is right so that your movements aren’t constrained. 

 

 


SeaCell Cotton Waffle Crewneck in Navy, Cotton Textured Shirt in Navy

 

 

Cotton Half-Zip Waffle Crewneck in Navy, The Good Cotton Stanley Printed Shirt in Navy

 

Bottom line, when done right, these layering option will give you that extra stylish boost. 

 

 

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