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Styling Tips for the Cold // How to Stay Warm Casual and Stylish for Cold Weather
Trying to stay warm while having fun! Wearing lots of thrifted items and LOTS of layers. Its best to wear a few layers that are different lengths, weight, and materials, instead of looking bulky.Went to a fun Andy Warhol's Factory-style party on Friday ngiht. It was freezing out, but I wanted to make sure I had a fun outfit. In order to be completely comfortable in cold weather, while still looking stylish is to do the following:HOW TO STAY WARM, CASUAL, AND STYLISH FOR COLD WEATHER:1. Wear Layers-- Layering can be difficult sometimes, but if you have 5 layers, it works best. The first layer should be a tank top, not a cami (incase you get warm inside of a party). The second layer should be long and lightweight. The third layer should be thick, long sleeved, and be able to be hidden by the longest layer. The Fourth layer should be a sweater, or showpiece (attention-getter). The last layer should be a really nice, chic jacket. For pants-- wear leggings underneath your jeans, or two layers of tights.2. Accessories-- wear cute colorful hats, beanies, etc. that you love. Accessorize and match your ensemble with jewelry, scarf, and gloves if needed.3. Work with the Environment-- Here is another reason why layering fashionably and logically is important: If you are at a part and it gets hot, you can peel layers off as needed, instead of freezing your ass off all night and end up miserable and sick. 4. Be prepared-- Bring a huge purse if you go out late or will be out all day. Temperature changes, and you'll want to too if you are stuck in one single layered outfit. Its more interesting, fashionable, and comfortable to dress in layers. Think of it as wardrobe changes!
Kate Moss is obviously a legend. She's the shortest famous model, and she's over 30 and still going, which is pretty rare. I mean, she has been on more magazine covers, and in more ad campaigns than I can even count. Plus her line for Topshop is to die for-- totally her style. I love Kate, she has been in thousands of beautiful spreads. Her versatility, and ability to make nude shots and what could be considered "boring" into art is amazing. A true fashion chameleon.