The concept of layering has never come that easily to me. I suppose I’ve always thought of myself as a ‘simple’ dresser – anymore than two or three pieces (dress, shoes; jeans, heels, sweater; boots, skirt, top, you get the idea) and you gotta question your choice of fabrics for the season. Having said that, Fall brings with it some up and down temperatures – it has been both crisp and cold and warm and satisfying here in Cambridge this Autumn so far.
American husband recently introduced me to ADYN, a British lifestyle brand producing high fashion street wear (largely designed for men, but can be worn by women). An abbreviation of the word ‘androgynous’, ADYN have some great pieces for layering – simple tees, oversized sweatshirts – as well as some more avant garde styles. One of my favourite details of this oversized top are the cuffs that run over the wrist and have a thumb hole. It’s a little athletic note to match the Nike sneakers in this outfit.
Crisp, clear Fall days have also meant I’ve been able to wear my Paige Denim white jeans without a thought of the weather forecast (I wore them in the rain once, it was a disaster, ’nuff said). I love the zip detail on these, I forget the name of this specific style, but you can see the full range here.
How do you dress for Fall, Blog Reader?
Photos: Beth Morton Photography.