Using blazers a outerwear during winter

Jan 15, 2018 | 0 comments

If you’ve seen my latest lookbook on Youtube, you guys know that I’m a huge fan of using my blazers as outerwear at the moment – in particular the days where the temperatures are somewhere in between 5 and 10 degrees. Most days it is a bit too cold anyway, but because the temperatures are rather unstable it is actually doable some days.

Hvis I har set min seneste lookbook på min Youtube kanal, så ved I at jeg lige for tiden er rigtig glad for, at bruge mine blazere som udendørsjakker – i hvertfald på de dage, hvor temperaturerne er lidt mildere og måske ligger et sted på mellem 5 og 10 grader. De fleste dage er det hånden på hjertet for koldt, men eftersom temperaturerne svinger en del, så kan det nogle dage godt lade sig gøre.

blazer – Everlane | jumper – H&M (super old) | jeans – Asos + DIY hem | boots – Acne (2ndhand) | scarf – Pieces

The trick is simply to layer up underneath the jacket! I’m wearing thermal underwear underneath this outfit and I’ve also put on a super warm wool jumper and some long socks, so that there’s no skin showing above my boots under my cropped jeans. Since autumn I’ve been loving the jumper-under-blazer look, and in this way I can still wear it without freezing off my butt. Personally winter and summer are my least favourite seasons when it comes to dressing anyway; during winter your outfits are often more practical than fashionable and during summer it can get so hot that you hardly wear anything at all, and then I’ll miss my layered outfits.

Tricket er ganske enkelt, at iføre sig nogle gode lag under jakken! Jeg er iført skiundertøj på ovenstående billeder og har samtidig taget en varm uldstrik og nogle gode strømper på under mine cropped jeans, sådan at der ikke er noget bar hud der stikker ud over støvlerne. Jeg har lige siden efteråret været kæmpe fan af strik-under-blazer looket og på denne måde kan jeg (med lidt god vilje) stadig rocke det uden at fryse måsen af. Personlig er vinter og sommer de sæsoner jeg ser mindst frem til når det kommer til påklædning; vinteren fordi man ofte skal pakke sig så meget ind at det sjældent føles specielt fashionabelt, og på rigtig hede sommerdage savner jeg omvendt, at kunne lege med lag-på-lag looket.

If you want to make sure to stay warm wearing a look like this you can add a scarf and a pair of leather gloves too. In that way no cold wind will have access to your skin, haha!  The thermal underwear I’m wearing is a bit too old for me to actually admit (it’s from 9th grade, when I was 16 and attending my very first ski trip) so it’s nothing special, but I’ve found some great alternatives for you down below. It’s not only super practical for ski trips, it’s also sooo comfy as loungewear and finally like here – underneath your everyday outfits!

Hvis du vil holde dig ekstra varm, så kan du (som jeg har gjort) tage et dejlig vamset tørklæde på og også et par læderhandsker. Så er der ingen kold vind, der slipper ind nogen steder, haha! Det skiundertøj jeg har trænger efterhånden til, at blive skiftet ud (har haft det siden min første skitur ever da jeg gik i 9. klasse….) så det er ikke noget særligt, men jeg har fundet nogle lækre alternativer til jer nedenfor. Det er ikke kun til praktiske situationer som fx en skitur, det er også dejligt bare at trisse rundt i og altså som her – indenunder dit hverdagstøj!

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