It looks like that huge scarves and ponchos are going to be in this season. Based on the countless street style looks and photos that we've seen in my last post, yah, those huge fabrics are making a big comeback in the fashion scene. I know how difficult it is to pull off a heavily layered outfit when you're living in a tropical country, we only got the chance to layer clothes if the weather is not behaving well. But don't worry guys, there are some tricks and hacks you need to learn on how to comfortably pull off scarves and coats in a tropical country.
One of my best tricks in order to perfectly layered clothes is, knowing the fabric of what you're wearing, having a simple knowledge in fabrics can help you in deciding which fabrics won't burn you to death. Some fabrics tend to trap heat by providing an insulting layer over the skin. My top fabrics for tropical country are, cotton, Polychromelab fabric and fresco fabric. Second tip would be probably to stay away from combining two fabrics that are too heavy and trap heats, and lastly, learn to make an illusion that you're wearing a heavy and uncomfortable look but in fact, it's breathable, easy to wear and don't cause any heat irritation.
Leather panel shirt from COS
Pants with leather details from THE RAMP CROSSINGS
Scarf from Zara Man
Boots CUSTOM MADE
Sunnies from Sunglass Warehouse
Photographed by Lorenz Kyle Wong