The chilly Fall weather makes us want to bundle up in our blankets and UGG boots, not caring how fashionable we look. However, we obviously can't roam the streets this way (although I know some people do!) To stay comfortable and warm while you're out hustl'in the fashion game, Seventeen magazine offers a helpful article displaying different ways to layer up and still look chic and on point.
Layer on Layer on Layer
To break up an all-black, tailored look like Blake's, add a bold, graphic scarf. The pop of color will protect you from from the cold-weather blues and add some shape to your basic outerwear. Faux leather gloves are also a chic alternative to chunky mittens. You know, for when you’re channeling Serena van der Woodsen on a crisp winter day.
Boring, snooze-fest thermals are soyesterday. Now they come in tons of fun prints and designs, so it's easy to be a fashionista and stay warm at the same time. We're loving Cher Lloyd's sweet-meets-tough bow thermal, which she paired with amoto jacket and ombré skinnies. (Fashion tip: jeans like this make your legs look twice as long!)
Fact: not all grandpa cardis are massively large and lacking in fashion appeal. Take Hayden’s winter white: it’s a perfect piece for traveling since it's soft and cozy without being "weigh you down" annoying. Throw it on over a tee and scarf!
Going incognito for a lunch date with John Mayer isn’t the easiest feat to pull off, but at least Katy Perry looked cute while attempting! The sweater sleeves on this tribal-meets-denim jacket are really warm, but the denim body is more light-weight. You won’t overheat rocking this number! We’re also digging Katy's wide-brim hat: Covering your ears doesn't have to mean sacrificing your style.
Who says you have to wear a heavy jacket to keep warm? Selena proves a big, snuggly scarf works wonders, too!
Thigh-high sweater socks, tights, and knee-high boots equal three layers of chic warmth! When rocking an oversized faux-fur coat like V's, opt for a fitted dress underneath to balance out your proportions.