Ways to layer your clothing
Thanks to the interchangeable nature of the British seasons, you can find that during any time of the year the temperature will fluctuate drastically. This is true maybe more so in Autumn, and early Spring, than any other season. There are ways in which you can dress simultaneously for the cooling outdoor air and ‘warm spring sun.’ Unsurprisingly, layering is one of the main ways to do this so that you keep cool or stay warm.
Luckily, this autumn or spring, layering can be a fashionable and practical way to dress. This autumn, here are some main garments to embrace your layers. Some Calvin Klein Clothes from https://www.louisboyd.co.uk/brands/calvin-klein.html are certain some of the best examples.
Casual and blazer may be two terms that you’re not used to seeing together, but it’s a practical and contemporary look. The rigid tailoring of conventional blazers, which allows for a roomier fit built to go over the top of t-shirts, jumpers and shirts, is missing in an unstructured blazer. The casual fit also makes it flexible, so both jeans and suit trousers can be worn with it.
The definition of the humble cardigan as ‘OAP wear’ is incredibly obsolete. Cardigans can be super-stylish these days, not to mention incredibly functional for those days when a coat is not quite cool enough. A cardigan looks fantastic with a tie or a slogan tee shirt. They range from the grungy style, chunky knits to lightweight wool. There are even forms of temperature-regulating wool that, depending on your body temperature, keep you cool or warm you up. What more could you be looking for?