Layering and looking SOHO chic

Are you SO over these glacial, bone-chilling temperatures? As you well know, the only way to survive these winters is with layers, layers, layers…so start stacking them on!

All fashionistas face the challenge of layering while avoiding looking too bulky and cocoon-esque in the winter months. So why not learn to layer in the most enviably chic way possible?

Madonna & Co’s Second Skin Tee is the perfect foundation of any layering. With a variety of styles that allow it to be dressed up or down, start any winter outfit with it. From the body skimming ballet scoop top that is both stylish and functional to the exquisite stitch design is the focus of the Net Ombre Mock Neck textured knit.

These fabulous tee’s live true to their name, embracing your body as a second skin with virtually NO bulk added to your outfit! When you layer black, texture is paramount! And the sheer tattoo effect of the seamless second skin is perfect for that…leaving you free to layer camisoles, vests and more for that stunning winter look.

A fabulous winter look would be layering the Second-Skin Tee with the one and only Leatherette Tunic Vest! Talk about sleek, stylish and warm. This look also works with the Leatherette & Faux Lamb Jacket.

Looking for a more relaxed look? Under your jacket, you can layer the same second skin tee with a sweater like the Cozy Sweater with Chiffon Hem and Cozy Sweater Coat, for an effortlessly voguish appearance.

If the winter frost still finds a way to creep its way in, don’t forget to include some fur in your ensemble. A vest like the Fox Vest will keep you as warm as it gets, while simultaneously looking sensational.

The key to layering remains to not stack on 5 different boring, bulky sweaters…but to switch it up and make it yours! Throw on a skin-tight tee with a sweater and fur vest, topped off with a scarf and final winter coat, with some killer boots on the bottom…and you’re ready to take on the

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