As we enter the autumn season, most of us are gearing up for our travels in search of cooler days. This means that you may also need to layer effectively to combat lower temperatures.
For a start, I've always used this simple formula for layering: base layer + middle layer + outerwear. To look put together, I would suggest you turn to luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter that curates some of the most extensive brands in the fashion industry.
For one of the Fall/Winter'22 key trends, look to their Building Foundations campaign, where this season's understated mood, simple and casual ensembles remain in style beyond haute couture and complicated silhouettes. For Fall 2022, designers go back to basics as we revisit the endless appeal of wardrobe staples: blazer, classic white tank, and all things foundational.
Take Bottega Veneta, for example, Matthieu Blazy’s debut collection is all about the must-have pieces for the modern-day customer. Picture a classic grey sweater paired with a lilac fringed skirt, a perfect example of the definition of this trend – simple yet surprising.
"The Tank Top is an item which in recent years has undergone a transformation, from a simple underlayer to a true fashion staple. For Spring, Loewe’s logo tank was the hit, we nearly sold out globally within the first week of upload," Libby Page, Senior Market Editor, Net-A-Porter, shared in a media statement.
Here's an example of what I wore last year to Marseille and Paris: a simple dress, knit sweater and a puffy jacket.
Here's a deeper breakdown of Net-A-Porter's Fall/Winter'22 curation that you could shop from and don't to take 15 per cent off your first purchase with promotional code “FIRST15” on Net-A-Porter.
Put on a simple base layer like a camisole or a tank top.
Throw on a sweater or cardigan.
Throw on a protective layer like a warm coat or a trench coat if the weather dips. Choose a blazer if you can stand a cool breeze.
LouLou Studio Borneo oversized double-breasted wool and cashmere-blend coat
Isabelle Marant Etoille Lojima double-breasted checked wool coat
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