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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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