Layering is an essential part of dressing during the limbo between winter and spring. This morning started off 35 and snowy and by midday I was able to shed my trench coat and enjoy the 60 and sunny New York afternoon. Days like these can always be hard to dress for, which is when layering comes in. It’s all about light layers. At some point in the day you may be wearing 2 or 3 lays and at others you might be down to the bare minimum. Make sure your layers are cohesive and that your outfit works as you shed each layer. My favorite layering piece is this soft, rolled-up sleeve blazer from Zara. It’s lightweight, but still warm enough, it works with probably 95% of my closet and I can easily fit another jacket over it if need be. This was a relatively inexpensive piece, but I recommend investing in a staple layering piece like a denim jacket, a solid cardigan, or a blazer.
Blazer: Zara Blouse: Sinequanone (old) – similar Pants: Zara – similar Shoes: similar Sunnies: Valentino (old) – similar Trench: Burberry