stockings. Your basics are thin and can very easily be accompanied by your main outfit like a blouse, t-shirt, jeans, joggers, or sweaters.
2. Best Fabrics
When choosing your basics or really any other clothing you’ll always want to go with the most natural fabrics. So, cotton, linen, silk, cashmere, wool, leather, and furs will be the best picks for not only staying warm but allowing your skin to still breathe while under all those layers.
3. Doubling Up
When it starts to really get cold, double up on the clothing that fits close to the body while pairing it with more loose but insulated clothing items. A camisole or tank pairs well with sweaters, leggings, joggers. If you’re a