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gallant_q
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gallant_q
posts: 15

example: long tank top of shirt, girls pull them down adn wear either jacket or another shirt on top of ti pulling off the layered look. Too many and jsut stop.I can’t believe women wear this look even in work!

posted about 6 years ago
tearing_at_the_seams
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tearing_at_t...
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the layered look is a good casual look when its done right
but it shouldnt be worn to work

posted over 5 years ago
 
Catherinee
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I like the layered look when it’s done right. But I do agree, it’s a bit too casual to be worn to work.

posted over 5 years ago
 
poorandweird
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poorandweird
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WHO wears that to work ???

posted over 5 years ago
 
geekbonchic
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geekbonchic
posts: 423

But overly embroidered jeans and shirts aren’t very work-appropriate either, are they?

posted over 5 years ago
 
nothing2wear
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nothing2wear
posts: 134

I think the layered look is ok for an office type work if its like one layer.
for example
a shirt and jacket layer with a tank poking out the top.
How extreme of layers are you talking about?

posted over 5 years ago
 
poorandweird
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^^ i read the original post as meaning more than one or two layers… which in my opinion would be too casual for work.

posted over 5 years ago
 
MountainsofStyle
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i like layering, but not just with tanks or light shirts. it works best when you use contrasting textures and fabrics, such as leather or suede over a wool or lightweight piece. scarves, jewelry, vest, blazers, etc, all make layering more interesting.

http:www.mountainsofstyle.blogspot.com

posted over 5 years ago
 
puuki
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puuki
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People can wear that stuff to work. It just depends on what kind of work environment you’re in. My workplace is fairly liberal in what people wear as long as you’re covered up in the right places. A co-worker of mine wears Sweet Lolita occasionally.

posted over 5 years ago
 
lalalahoppx
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lalalahoppx
posts: 181

I like the layering.. I wear tank tops under almost everything cause it’s either sheer, lowcut, or makes it more comfortable. For instance: white tank under white peasant blouse + skirt?

posted over 4 years ago
 
pandaphilia
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pandaphilia
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i think wearing a vest or blazer is okay but you shouldn’t layer too much at work. unprofessional.

posted over 4 years ago
 
sallym
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sallym
posts: 57

If it’s a tank top under a blouse that is under a jacket or blazer, then that is fine. But some people just over do it and pick the most atrocious color combos.

posted over 4 years ago
 
SanjaJUNGLE
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SanjaJUNGLE
posts: 211

I love layering, so I don’t see a problem.

posted over 4 years ago
 
Starhill
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Starhill
posts: 86

layering adds to the look I love it

posted over 4 years ago
 
lalalahoppx
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lalalahoppx
posts: 181

what’s wrong with layering? just don’t overdue it.

posted about 4 years ago
 
xoxopaige
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xoxopaige
posts: 181

i say, Hooray for layering ;o)

posted about 4 years ago
 
GlammcouturE
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GlammcouturE
posts: 824

I love layering.

posted about 4 years ago
 
amorphous_face
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amorphous_face
posts: 264

I love layering and clothes companies try to encourage layering so you will wear more clothes. Layering is handy in transitional weather when it is cold in the morning but warms up in the afternoon. Love live layering!

posted over 1 year ago
 
Metric
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Metric
posts: 156

As long as you don’t overdo it with the layering, it shouldn’t be a problem?

posted about 1 year ago
 
boredstephanie
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boredstephanie
posts: 1309

I totally disagree, I think the layered look is very casual chic when done right. I don’t usually layer just because I’m not very good at it haha

posted about 1 year ago
 
boredstephanie
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boredstephanie
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I totally disagree, I think the layered look is very casual chic when done right. I don’t usually layer just because I’m not very good at it haha

posted about 1 year ago
 
AksharTroublesome
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My first comment has to do with the OP not being fluent in English, and it seems nobody here is either. To pull something off means to succeed. So the chicks that wear a layered outfit to work, managed to look good. More examples here: http://forum.wordreference.com/showthread.php?t=1008045

On topic: It really depends on the work environment: you can’t wear a shirt over a tank top in a corporation, working as a CEO and so on, but you could if you’re a computer programmer or work as customer support over the phone. But i hardly see this as a layered look.
When I read the title I imagined a maxi or mullet skirt, with a long t-shirt over, with a shirt over, with a long knitted cardigan on top, complete with a belt and a heavy looking necklace. maybe a raincoat as well when being out…

posted about 1 year ago
 
catiebeatty
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catiebeatty
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Sometimes a shirt is a little see-thru or it’s cold out. Not everyone lives in a tropical climate, so sometimes it’s necessary to layer.

posted about 1 year ago
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