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Modcloth x LaTonya Yvette| Fall Layering Tips

posted on: October 23, 2014

Modcloth x LaTonya Yvette




When it comes to fall and my opinions on how to layer for it, my thoughts are simple;

- Combine stand alone layers-layers that when removed can stand out on their own. No one likes that feeling of an incomplete outfit when you get too warm and have to remove that sick jacket.

-Don't be afraid of color-I like a black leather and black denim combination just as much as the next person, but color in the fall is a total must. It's less predictable and will compliment the beautiful leaves and trees around you. 

-Layer with a camisole- if you are nursing a little one this fall like I am, the days of a bare belly whilst nursing are gone... gone. A well known trick that will keep you warm while nursing is wearing a camisole as your base layer. 

-Layer a scarf with your v-neck- whether you decide to pair your v-neck coat with a cashmere turtleneck like I did here, or you simply opt for a t-shirt, layer the look with a lightweight scarf. There is a very brief window where you can get away with a thin scarf in the fall. Before you know it, you'll need to whip out the real deal scarves. A light weight scarf with a v-neck coat, no matter which way you tie it, is an adorable accent to your neck and jaw line. Pull your hair up and throw on a red lip for extra points. 


Do you have any layering tips for the fall? I'd love to read them! 

Coat-Modcloth| Overalls-Zara| Cashmere Sweater- Zara| Scarf- Modcloth| Boots- Swedish Hasbeens| Sunnies- Warby Parker| Socks- Modcloth| Purse-Zara



This post was in partnership with Modcloth, but all opinions are my own.







3 comments:

  1. I love all of your posts! I always look forward to them, whether they're about style or family.
    I'm sure people make suggestions all the time, but as a recent college grad I have been stumped about transitioning into a more professional/mature wardrobe without compromising my personal style. Surprisingly, I've found very little on the subject online that rings true. I think you would be great at a such a post, and a lot of people at my stage in life would be appreciative.
    Thanks for sharing your world with us!

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    1. Great suggestion! I'll look into that!

      xx

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