La Mere Layering Technique Revisited

La Mere Layering Technique - Cassie Fairy in UK

Fashion Stylist Tip: Fellow fashion blogger, Cassie, tried my La Mere Layering Technique, and added stripped items for extra flair!

A few weeks ago a fashion blogger friend of my accepted a fun fashion challenge I had going on with the La Mere Layering Technique I created.

Cassie was kind enough to show how the technique worked in the frosty temperatures in the UK.  Her approach was simple.

  • “L” = Long.  Her longest layer was a long sleeve t-shirt.
  • “C” = Cropped. Her cropped or hip-length layer was a stripped pullover sweater.
  • “S” = Structured.  A fan vintage gray blazer finished the look to add that sophisticated touch.
  • “O” = Overlap. A stripped scarf was chosen for this.

Click on the picture to read Cassie’s original post!

Have you tried my La Mere Layering Technique yet?

If not, do so asap and share your experiences & comments below!

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3 thoughts on “La Mere Layering Technique Revisited

  1. Pingback: My year of thrifty retail & DIY fashion | Cassiefairy's thrifty lifestyle blog

    • Hi Debra,
      That’s fabulous! Feel free to share any pictures you’ve taken of trying out the process.
      Also, let me know of anything you’ve tried that’s a variation of the technique which made it work better for you!
      Sincerely,
      Sasha

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