Missing winter in a tropical country? Here’s how to layer up without looking awkward

Don't skip out on looking sexy in those jackets and boots. Take cues on how to layer up and still look suave
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Do you live in a tropical country? Ever wanted to wear those sexy jackets and scarves with turtleneck sweaters but couldn’t because the place you live in is never cold? Don’t worry, there is a style tip - layering. And it is possible to layer clothes in a tropical country in the winter months when temperatures do cool down a little. The hack is to layer light-weight pieces together. Think cotton, silk, knits and blazers.

Take inspiration from these celebrities who have mastered the art of layering in the tropics.

For a cool, casual and flowy look, take cues from Parineeti Chopra and Sonakshi Sinha on how to style a flowy shrug over a simple t-shirt and jeans. Pair this with a pair of stilettos and some chunky jewellery to complete the look!

Chunky jackets are one of the easiest ways to layer up for the cool weather and still look fashionable. Take cues from Anushka Sharma who has followed this trend for ages now. Think jeans or leggings with a casual tee or crop top and a bright chunky jacket on top to protect you from the slight chill.

Blazers need not be only for formal occasions. Learn from Alia, Athiya, Sonam, Priyanka to style the blazer with matching pants. To whip up a cooler look, instead of wearing a shirt or tee beneath the blazer, take it a notch higher and wear a tank top and skirt like Priyanka, or a crop top like Sonam and Athiya.

Another safe yet comfortable bet is the mid-level skirt paired with sweater look. It is fool-proof if your sweater and skirt colours match, but if not, make sure the colours are more muted and don’t clash too much.

There is almost no look that does not go with sexy thigh-high boots. But thigh-high boots in tropical weather might seem a little crazy, so opt for the simpler, easier version of ankle-length boots. They look, sassy, suave and sexy.

Tropics are usually warm during the day and get chilly only late at night. If you are expected to be out all day, prepare yourself by carrying along a silk scarf that you can sport over your dress, later in the night.

For a sexier look, take a lesson from Maliaka Arora and sport just a sweater. Sport it with stiletto heels or even sneakers and turn the temperature up in the cool weather.

If you want to layer up even on ethnic outfits, Jacqueline Fernandez gives you enough inspiration. Wear a matching cape over your lehenga or Anarkali outfit, for a classier look.

 

Don’t let the warm weather hold you back from making some excellent fashion choices. Which style do you love the best? Comment below and let us know.

 

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