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Stylish Tips on Layering

Layering is a great way to combine your fave t-shirts and sweaters while showing off your personal sense of style. It's also practical cuz you can wear an extra layer during the cool mornings and slip it off once it warms up in the afternoon!

Layering - Think Thin

T-shirts were made for layering. You can wear them under sweaters, dress shirts, polos and long-sleeve shirts, or wear a couple of different colored tees together. Make sure to layer lightweight fabrics or else you'll look really bulky.

Layering - Be a Cool Geek

Unlike its name, geek chic is one of the coolest styles for guys. The best geek chic dresser has got to be Adam Brody, who layers a button-down shirt with an argyle cardigan or sweater vest. Just avoid the stuffy look by exposing the collar and cuffs, and keeping the buttons undone.

Layering - Shrug One On

A shrug, which is a cropped cardigan, is a great layering piece. It goes with anything from cute camisoles and tanks to casual t-shirts.

Layering - Layer Your Legs

Layering doesn't have to be restricted to tops. You can layer jewelry, scarves, socks - and even bottoms. For a trendy '80s outfit, get out your capri-length leggings and pair 'em with a denim miniskirt or shorts.

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