You can get away with wearing your beloved jean jacket in the cold. Button it up and throw a heavier coat on top.
When it comes to layering, belts are your best friend. They reduce bulk while creating a streamlined silhouette.
If you just can't part with your favorite lightweight coat, layer two together. It's a fun way to mix prints while keeping your upper body warm. Check out more ways to look hot in the cold here.
Dresses teamed with pants are all the rage. Just ask the Song sisters. When black tights aren't warm enough, fitted pants are a cozy alternative.
Dark colors are ideal for layering because they create a sleek silhouette. As a rule of thumb, the inner layer should always be the lightest.
Two tops are better than one. Layer a high-collared blouse under a V-neck sweater for the perfect pulled-together look.
Don't pack away your bomber jacket yet! Zip it up and layer it under a wool peacoat. You can even team it with dressier pieces (like trousers!) for a chic contrast.
You don't have to sacrifice warmth to wear your coat draped over your shoulders. Layer another jacket underneath and button it up for a cozy fit.
A turtleneck pairs surprisingly well with a sleeveless jumpsuit. Choose a lightweight top that will cover your neck and arms without adding bulk. Check out 10 fun ways to style a turtleneck here.
Most women are afraid to layer for fear of looking bigger. An easy way to avoid bulk? Keep the innermost layers fitted. Lightweight blouses work like a charm.
If layering is an art form, these street style stars are creative geniuses. They pile on jackets, turtlenecks and scarves to create warmth in the chicest way possible. The key to layering like an It girl? Imagination. Try combos you never thought were possible like long-sleeve shirts paired with strapless dresses or skirts worn over a flared pair of jeans. Check the slideshow above for 10 layering tricks you’ll use all season long.