If there’s one thing I love about the fall / winter looks, it’s the possibility of making any production more versatile by adding another layer. While in summer it is practically unthinkable to use a third piece, the milder temperatures allow us to use more creativity when it comes to putting together an interesting look.
Overlays are excellent alternatives to enhance a simple composition and give that basic warmth. I selected 5 combos that I love to use this season, from the most classic to the most daring 😉
Sweater and Shirt
There’s no mistake, right? I really love the shirt + sweater duo. The production is very classic, tidy and works in the most varied styles. For those who are more basic, for example, you can invest in two pieces of the same tone – but I confess that I love the detail of the collar drawing attention.
For a more stripped-down look, it is also worth making the hem of the blouse apparent (as in the second photo). If you use a thinner sweater, it is worth putting a shirt without pockets underneath, because the volume can cause a certain strangeness or give an unnecessary volume. Otherwise, just play with the combinations of colors, textures and prints!
High Collar Dress / Jumpsuit and Blouse
And it is not because the temperature has dropped that you need to give up wearing your most dug dress or your favorite overalls. A cotton blouse or even a thin high-neck knit helps to make your “summer” wardrobes too versatile. The important thing, in this case, is to choose a tighter piece so as not to mark the clothes 😉
Hoodie and Blazer
If you think the blazer is a piece with an office face, it is because you have not yet thought of combining it with a well stripped sweatshirt. This unusual combo brings a mixture of styles that makes the look super modern. Even hooded sweatshirts are welcome in this type of production, okay?
Turtleneck Shirt and Blouse
This is a more daring mix, but I still found it charming and I’m dying to try it out. Remember the turtleneck blouse I already talked about on the topic of dresses? Yes, the same model can be used under a shirt. The look is perfect for that day of undefined weather.
If you have a prescription for “double sleeves”, you can also combine the shirt with a turtleneck tank top – at Renner, for example, you can find some cool models to make this mix, like this yellow and a classic black cropped one.
Dress and Shirt
Last but not least, we have the shirt worn under the dress. Despite working on more casual looks, I confess that I love this tidier production. The detail of the collar and cuffs is a charm and even makes a dress of paêtes more “wearable”, right?
WHERE TO FIND?
1- Triton’s Metallic Sweater at Dafiti | R $ 419.99
2- Amissima’s Checkered Blazer | R $ 659.90
3- Shoulder camouflage dress | R $ 359.00
4- Striped shirt from AMARO | R $ 189.90
5- Amissima’s Pinstripe Jumpsuit | R $ 659.90
6- Renner’s short sweatshirt | R $ 79.90
7- Turtleneck blouse at AMARO | R $ 149.90