How to Layer Clothes for Cold Weather

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Layer clothes for cold weather by picking neutral colors that will go together and look good separately or layered. Add a splash of color to layered, cold weather clothes with advice from an image and etiquette consultant in this free video on fashion.

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Hello, my name is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting in Miami, Florida. In this clip I'm going to talk about how to layer clothes for cold weather. You should be able to fun layering clothes, because the cold weather is very boring when it comes to color, so you should try and have the most fun you can in order to look nice, and to pick colors that actually flatter your skin color and your overall coloring. One example, when I try to choose neutrals, or clothes that are just very, kind of like easy to go with anything else, with jeans or with, like, darker pants or brown pants, this is like a long sweater type of thing, and then you have the blazer and top. And then you can wear, you know, kind of like a trench coat, and then you are still in the same colors and everything is going to look as if it belongs together. It doesn't matter if you're wearing it together or by itself. It's always going to look good, because you are picking colors that go well with one another. Then again, you can also wear, you know, neutral colors with more of, like, happy type of color, but still pastels, because, you know, I know it's the cold weather, and that's what type of colors you use. And, you can also, of course, just spice it up with a little more, like, happy pastel type of colors. And, basically, the whole idea is to have things that match with one another so you can repeat them with different type of slacks, pants, sweaters and trench coats through the days. Once again, this is Gabriela Garzon at G.G. Image and Etiquette Consulting.

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