HomeOutfits By TypeAffordableCheat Sheet: Fall and Winter Layering Formulas for Men Look at the colder months as a break to up your layering game to the next level. Here’s a guide to an on-point layering look that will help you beat the elements and stylish for fall and winter. Tee + Overshirt Purchase it here Wear your overshirt unbuttoned or buttoned all the way up with the sleeves down or slightly rolled up then just add a fitted tee underneath your shirt. Shirt + Gilet + Blazer Purchase it here The gilet’s job is to shut out the cold and offer a modern edge to your tailoring, not making you look like you’re last in the mountains or as a water cooler. This triple layering adds an extra share of protection for work and smart-casual looks. Tee + Denim Jacket + Overcoat Purchase it here Some men would think this layering is a bit weird, but it gives a nice casual-meets-tailoring combo that looks really good. First, go with a no-frills tee, then a slim-cut denim jacket that doesn’t have a chunky selvedge or lined designs and a wool overcoat. Shirt + Sweater + Blazer Purchase it here Choose neutrals – fit shirt, cotton or wool jumper then a single-breast blazer cut that has enough space to accommodate the layers underneath. You definitely have these wardrobe staples that you always wear for work or the weekend. Tee + Shirt + Bomber Jacket Purchase it here It gives a bit of a street and skate type of style – a very comfortable casualwear that doesn’t make you look like you didn’t put an effort to style yourself. Crew neck shirt, then a flannel shirt and then polish off your look with a cool bomber jacket. Turtleneck + Overcoat Purchase it here Isn’t this just a classic? Team your fall-colored turtleneck with a gray overcoat for a timeless pairing that any man could pull off easily. Shirt + Shawl Collared Cardigan + Jacket Purchase it here Brave the elements by wearing a plain shirt worn with thick collared cardigan and then maybe a parka or quilted jacket.