Designer/ Trends/ Fashion / 18 Oct, 2017

How To Achieve The Layered Effect.

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fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a tie front sweater and stuart weitzman over the knee boots from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a tie-front sweater from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a sweater dress from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a sweater dress by j.o.a. from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a tie front sweater from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a tie front sweater from nordstrom and a gucci dionysus bag mia mia mine wearing a tie front sweater dress from nordstrom fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a tie front sweater from nordstrom and a gucci dionysus bag fashion blogger mia mia mine wearing a gucci dionysus bag and stuart weitzman hiline heels Layers always make an outfit feel more pulled together. If my outfit feels uninspiring, I always reach for another layer. Varying lengths and silhouettes of each piece adds interest and dimension to an outfit. The tricky part about layering is that you don’t want to feel too weighed down by heavy layers. I like to keep them as form fitting as possible. I always make sure the outermost layer hugs my body or cinches my waist. If you want to make it extra easy, there are so many fun tops that have a built-in extra layer. This tie-front sweater is a great example. I love the tunic length and the tie-front makes it feel ultra casual and cozy. I paired it with a suede skirt and over-the-knee boots to dress it up a little, but it also goes great with jeans for everyday wear.

xo, Maria

Outfit Details

J.O.A. Tie-Front Sweater (wearing an XS)
Similar Suede Skirt
Similar Hat
Stuart Weitzman Hiline Over-The-Knee Boots (budget option here)
Gucci Dionysus Bag (mini size)

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