With the U.S & Europe in the midst of painful & unrelenting cold snaps, Vnyc wanted to share some smart layering options to help you bundle up in style. The jackets, sweaters and layering pieces to combat the cold this winter:
You can blame it on climate change if you want, but one thing you must admit to yourself is that living in New York, you have to expect that it's going to rain at least once every week. To combat that in style comes this sweet 60's era nylon taffeta rain topper that has a beautiful cascading effect and prim sleeves.
60's Taffeta Nylon Rain Cape-$168
From the 80's come these crisp Giorgio Armani navy wool trousers with delicate white Swiss dots. Their pleated waist and full leg happen to smartly channel this seasons "It" pant while their sumptuous wool composition offers a smart way to beat the cold.
80's Giorgio Armani Navy Pleated Pants-$98
With capes, cloaks and what-have-you making major statements on all the runways to watch comes this chic 80's era voluminous tweed cocoon cape that boasts a louche 20's inspired shape and enough volume to allow plenty of layering.
80's Voluminous Tweed Cocoon Coat-$236
From Chloe comes this classic 60's inspired open knit cocoa wool sweater that's loaded with design details from front patch pockets to contrasting grosgrain trim and boasts a wide neckline.
Chloe Cocoa Cable Knit Sweater-$214
Beat the winter blacks with this decadent ladylike 60's era Geoffrey Beene tweed dolly dress that's composed in beautiful autumnal colors like rust, chocolate brown & cinnamon.
60's Geoffrey Beene Tweed Dolly Dress-$398
This supple black suede 80's era Issey Miyake pullover is one beautifully sculptural way to beat the cold thanks to it's origami like folded cowl-neck.
80's Issey Miyake Black Suede Pullover-$298