The Art of Layering

Refinery29 shows us how it's done with the help of one of our past cover girls, Margaret Zhang

With winter in the air in the Southern Hemisphere and long summer nights being enjoyed in the North, we turn to the highly coveted skill of stylish layering.

And who better to showcase some of the best examples than online fashion bible, Refinery29.

These fabulous street shots are part of a series in their latest New York Times bestselling book, Style Stalking, which also features chapters on mixed prints, good vintage, bright, black, metallics and more.

Above: When layering skirts over pants, choose a pant that’s got some length and a skirt that’s on the flowier side to get the proportions right (Margaret Zhang of Shine By Three)
Above: An all-white look is made so much more interesting with textured layers (Jade Sarita Arnott)
Above: The key to mastering the perfect pile-up is knowing when to add and when to subtract.
Above: Look for functional pieces (e.g. an overcoat in a neutral colour) that will allow you to stretch the limits of your closet (Camille Charrière of Camille Over the Rainbow)


Photos courtesy of Refinery29’s STYLE STAKLING by Christene Barberich and Piera Gelardi.

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