Earlier this month, I shared some tips on wearing white after Labor Day by leveraging Adea's versatile camisoles (the post can be found here). Now, I'd like to offer some ideas on how to wear some of Adea's layering tops, especially as the temperatures begin to fall.
For this post, I wanted to leverage some images from the fall 2014 runway and work to re-interpret them.
For Nicolas Ghesquière's first collection for Louis Vuitton, he leveraged white quite a bit.
1. Try Adea's Long Sleeve Mock Neck or Long Sleeve Turtleneck under one of your blazers you have in your closet. Or, try for a more menswear-inspired blazer, such as the one depicted for Louis Vuitton.
2. For the second image from Louis Vuitton, try something a bit more playful, as this is a sportier look for a casual day out or simply a more relaxed night out. Try Adea's 3/4 Sleeve V Neck or the Long Sleeve Scoop Neck.
3. The third look from Louis Vuitton is your classic cardigan. Of course you can pair it with Adea's Long Sleeve Mock Neck or Long Sleeve Turtleneck but do not forget about the 3/4 Sleeve Crew Neck Bodysuit.
4 and 5. For both of the images from Valentino's fall 2014 collection, any of Adea's layering tops can work, as style is about creating your spin on classics.
Note: All images sourced from Style.com.
A couple of ideas to keep in mind: 1. Have fun with Adea's many neckline options. If you are wearing a long skirt or even one that hits right below the knees, try Adea's 3/4 Sleeve Scoop Neck Layering Top. 2. Don't forget about the beauty of bodysuits as they are a great way to minimize bulk when layering and work to create a streamlined look, especially to balance a fuller skirt.
Have fun with white and be sure to share with us how you are pairing Adea's layering tops this fall.
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