This Sweater Trick Is Sure to Keep You Extra Warm!


Sydne Style shows how to wear skinny jeans with sweaters in citizens of humanity rocket jeans I’ve never been a fan of cold weather. That’s partly why I live in Los Angeles. But between going to school in Boston, and frequenting New York over the years, I had to come up with a bunch of cold weather layering tips to keep warm. Here are three easy steps for layering sweaters:

1. Start with a tight turtleneck

It’s always important to have your first layer be the tightest. I usually go for a ribbed knit that hugs my body. Mine is actually a crop top but. But a longer thin knit sweater works even better because you can tuck it into your bottoms.

2. Add cozy cashmere

Next I like to add a thin cashmere sweater. I often buy a size up because I like a roomier fit. Mine isn’t available but there are so many animal motifs available right now like bears, unicorns, tigers, and butterflies!

Sydne Style gives fashion tips on how to layer for winter 3. Layer with a chunky cardigan

The final step is to add a chunky cardigan. My mom and I actually got matching ones because we couldn’t get over this soft fabric (it’s 40% off now!). If the fuzzy look isn’t your thing, you can also do a chunky knit cardigan. For this step, the more oversize the better. You can also do a chunky knit if fuzzy isn’t your thing.

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Sydne Style shows how to wear skinny jeans with sock booties in citizens of humanity rocket Photos by Michelle Kyle

Turtleneck: Forever 21 (similar)
Sweater: Aqua (similar here and here)
Cargigan: Banana Republic (40% off with code BRWINTER)
Jeans: Citizens of Humanity
Earrings: Caroline Hill
Booties: Ego
Nails: Essie Gel Couture “Gold Gilding”

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