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It’s all about layering - discover 4 styling tips

It’s all about layering - discover 4 styling tips

Layering is the go-to styling tool to add both warmth and style to your look. Thereby, tonal styling creates more depth, contrast and harmony. Also combining textures and contrasting colors and experimenting with prints gives your outfit a contemporary twist. Quickly read on and discover how to combine colors, dessins and fabrics within your wardrobe. 

Layering is the go-to styling tool to add both warmth and style to your look. Thereby, tonal styling creates more depth, contrast and harmony. Also combining textures and contrasting colors and experimenting with prints gives your outfit a contemporary twist. Quickly read on and discover how to combine colors, dessins and fabrics within your wardrobe. 

1.Layering with prints

Combining prints or adding a print to an outfit is a simple way to elevate a look for modern appeal - whether you choose a classic Breton stripe, an organic floral print or a graphic pattern. Also, layer a printed long sleeve or blouse under a short sleeve sweater or dress for a contemporary feel. 

Combining prints or adding a print to an outfit is a simple way to elevate a look for modern appeal - whether you choose a classic Breton stripe, an organic floral print or a graphic pattern. Also, layer a printed long sleeve or blouse under a short sleeve sweater or dress for a contemporary feel. 

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2.Layering with colors

Mixing and combing colors is a simple way to add depth to your look. You can create a look by mixing colors within one color group, like earth tones, neutrals or pastel shades. Or use the strength of opposite colors to emphasize the contrast in a look. You can also experiment with colors that radiate the same softness or harshness - for example combining off-white and beige or black and dark grey. 

Mixing and combing colors is a simple way to add depth to your look. You can create a look by mixing colors within one color group, like earth tones, neutrals or pastel shades. Or use the strength of opposite colors to emphasize the contrast in a look. You can also experiment with colors that radiate the same softness or harshness - for example combining off-white and beige or black and dark grey. 

Use the strength of opposite colors to emphasize the contrast in a look. You can also experiment with colors that radiate the same softness or harshness.

Use the strength of opposite colors to emphasize the contrast in a look. You can also experiment with colors that radiate the same softness or harshness.

Use the strength of opposite colors to emphasize the contrast in a look. You can also experiment with colors that radiate the same softness or harshness.

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3.Layering with textures

Textures can add warmth to a look or on the contrary create a minimalistic cool undertone. By mixing textures within a look you’ll create a harmonious balance with modern appeal. Think of combining smooth leather with a woolly knit or shiny satin with a faux fur style. Also, combining finer and chunkier knits creates a look with a rich and warm appearance - and that’s exactly what we want on colder days.

Textures can add warmth to a look or on the contrary create a minimalistic cool undertone. By mixing textures within a look you’ll create a harmonious balance with modern appeal. Think of combining smooth leather with a woolly knit or shiny satin with a faux fur style. Also, combining finer and chunkier knits creates a look with a rich and warm appearance - and that’s exactly what we want on colder days.

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4.Layering tonal

Combining tonal or in other words color-on-color looks creates a serene style that underlines the strength of a color. Think of different blue hues that strengthen the color blue or team up light and dark grey to emphasize the color grey. Besides combining a color within the color group you can also add textures to add more warmth to a color - for example with a mohair knit - or create a cooler undertone. 

Combining tonal or in other words color-on-color looks creates a serene style that underlines the strength of a color. Think of different blue hues that strengthen the color blue or team up light and dark grey to emphasize the color grey. Besides combining a color within the color group you can also add textures to add more warmth to a color - for example with a mohair knit - or create a cooler undertone. 

Combining tonal or in other words color-on-color looks creates a serene style that underlines the strength of a color.

Combining tonal or in other words color-on-color looks creates a serene style that underlines the strength of a color.

Combining tonal or in other words color-on-color looks creates a serene style that underlines the strength of a color.

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