Clothes layering tips part 1

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Clothes layering tips part 1

Layering not only keeps you warm but it's also an opportunity to create different outfits and looks. Basically, there are two types of layering, visible and invisible layering.

Invisible layering:

If insulation is your main goal and you want to keep the look the same we are talking basically about undershirts and long underwear. It helps you to stay warmer, sometimes it can also prevent sweat stains on your dress shirts. And when you invest in undershirts, make sure it is as close to your skin color as possible. If you cannot find that, get maybe something in heather gray. Ideally, you want a deep cut v-neck that does not show when you wear your dress shirt.

Visible layering:

In this type of layering, every layer is visible like the shirt, the tie, the vest, even a pocket square or a boutonniere simply because there are visual layers and they do not cover your entire body but it is still a layer in the sense that helps you aesthetically create a different look.

Types of visible layering, number 1: Monochromatic layering

It does not mean you should wear a black suit with a black shirt and a black tie because there's no contrast and it just looks like a dress in the dark. What I mean by that is that you stick to one color. Let's say navy or blue so your suit is blue your shoes are dark maybe you would take a white shirt but likewise a tie that matches the suit in the same solid color. The advantage of monochronic layering is that it's quite easy to accomplish at the same time you may run into the issue that you have maybe a tie that is just slightly darker or slightly lighter in a shade than your suit and when they're right next to each other it just looks off.