Page Three Hundred’s Winter Collection Helps You Layer Your Fall Wardrobe With Ease

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As the temperature starts to slowly creep down, layering will once again become an essential daily ritual to dressing for Fall then Winter.  Now, two people could be wearing the same exact five pieces but depending on how they’re layered, is what determines who truly has style or not.  For their Fall collection, Turin label Page Three Hundred has created many perfect pieces to help you layer your wardrobe with ease.

With every great look comes a solid foundation to build from + what better way to start than with pants, especially when they look this cool?  Above, Page Three Hundred offers two on-trend options, ‘Loose- Fit High Waist Trousers’ + ‘Structured Wide Leg Cullottes’.  Either one would look great with a long sleeved button-down oxford under a short sleeved sweater or one of tees by Page Three Hundred below.  A sleeveless Sixties mod style dress, either over or under the button-down, would give it an interesting silhouette with a gradual downwards expansion of widths.

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To complete the look, one could either add a long or three-quarter knit, furry or metallic vest over it, under Page Three Hundred’s tweed coat above.

Another option would be partly tucking one of the tees below into either pair of pants, under the same tweed jacket, with a statement necklace along with two to three necklaces of varying lengths + widths.  As for footwear, one could wear heeled booties, open or peep toe, a platform oxford or slip-on with contrasting socks either in color or transparency, a pair of Doc Martens or a pair of high-heeled sandals.  To flip the script, you could throw on a pair of cool kicks, like an all-black pair with a white sole or a pair of Nike Air Force 1 High, in white with colored accents.

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These pieces by Page Three Hundred are available for purchase at Wowcracy.

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