Seven Ways to Style A Thermal

It’s mid-March and the unseasonably warm temperatures has made the time to wear thermals come to an early end. Traditionally, the waffle-textured top (and bottoms) are worn underneath an outer layer of clothing to provide additional warmth against extremely cold temperatures. Thankfully, thermal underwear has evolved from its original solid white color and now comes in a wide variety of shades, patterns, and printed graphics – meaning the next-to-skin layer no longer has to stay hidden underneath. Now, thermals are not only functional, but can be incorporated to create fashionable looks as well. Check out the seven completely different ways I outfitted my Free People gray Graphic Love Bug Thermal this winter…

Bright red skinnys add a pop of color during the cold, dreary winter months.

Over-sized overload! Nothing is more comfortable than a baggy cotton top and wide-leg knit pants.

All of the classic winter elements combined into one – thermal, wool sweaters and mixed suede & leather boots.

Layered under a brown leather moto jacket and tucked into a pair of high-waisted, wide-let gold corduroys.

Keeping it basic with a pair of charcoal skinny cords, a burgundy burnout scarf and riding boots.

A balanced mix of causal and playful – the perfect combination…at least I think!

Worn as a tunic with ivory lace-trim silk bloomers peaking out from underneath; topped with a velvet blazer this look is a little bit lopsided in terms of fabric distribution…but oh well!

Did you wear a thermal at all this winter to be fashionable…or just as a functional first layer underneath?

What’s your favorite way I styled mine? 


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