Dressed for: Jacket Over Sweater

Already Pretty outfit featuring brown scuba jacket, tan Woolovers turtleneck sweater, distressed leather messenger bag, ankle boots

Jacket – Nordstrom Racksimilar look
Sweater – courtesy Woolovers (wooded color)
Pants – Zuma courtesy Karen Kane (sold out in this color) – similar
Ankle boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Piperlime (no longer available) – similar look
Bag – Leather in Motion

We’ve entered the brutally cold, seemingly endless days of late winter, and I’m having to get creative with my layering. Honestly, on the -30 degree windchill days – of which we’ve had many so far – I’m wearing a variation of this or this. Exclusively. Nothing beats Icelandic wool. But on days when it’s a balmy -10 or above, I’ve been layering sweaters under my jackets. This Woolovers turtleneck is a favorite due to that nice high, snug collar. I love the look of cowls, but man, they are useless in a high wind. All the coldness just slinks its way down your body starting at your collarbone.

I know many of you are coping with awful cold and ridiculous winter storms. Care to share any layering tips?

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Dressed for: Double Sweaters

Already Pretty outfit featuring moto jacket, sweater dress, leggings, Born black leather boots, handmade leather bag

Sweater moto – thrifted – similar
Sweater dress – Style & Co. via Twice – more brown sweater dresses
Leggings – Hue – similar
Boots- Born Loreza
Earrings – courtesy Lockhart Wrks
Bag – Stick Dog Leather

I thrifted this jacket in Chicago around the holidays, and love it to bits. Most sweater jackets are either thick, structured cardigans or knit blazers. But this guy is a field jacket made from a non-felted sweater-knit. It’s more of a hybrid than a sweater jacket. More of a swacket, if you will. I wore it to LOTT Workshop 1 and felt cozily confident.

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Dressed for: Keeping Cozy

Already Pretty outfit featuring geometric scarf, black sweater, jeans, distressed leather handbag, clarks ankle boots

Scarf – Nordstrom (sold out in this color)
Sweater – Banana Republic (no longer available) – similar
Jeans – courtesy Karen Kane
Ankle boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Old Navy (not available online) – similar
Bag – courtesy Shop Adorn

I made a promise to myself to avoid open necklines and dress warmer this winter. I adore the look of scoops and v’s and can’t seem to resist them occasionally, but I am SO much happier in several layers and a nice, big scarf. If my neck is cold, my everything is cold. This geometric pattern scarf is large and thin – just how I like ‘em – and I love that it has bold shapes in a totally neutral palette.

I feel like for most people, it’s hands, feet, or neck that need to be covered in order to achieve total body warmth. Do you fall into one of those three camps?

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