How to Incorporate Texture into Your Wardrobe

Texture is considered one of the most crucial elements in fashion. What people might not know is that it gets overlooked quite frequently. It will add plenty of depth, interest, and a nice, unique touch to every outfit you put together. Its texture can elevate your style to look your best and stand out. This guide will discuss how you can create a sophisticated look regardless of the setting using the right textures. 

We might even suggest a few things that may sound unconventional on paper. But once you learn these tips, they may seem like the best approach to looking your best with the right texture. Let's get started with everything you need to know. 

Mix and Match Fabrics 

To begin with, one of the best and simplest ways to add texture to your wardrobe is mixing and matching different fabrics. You compare smooth and silky materials with something that is more textured and rougher. This will create contrast and also visual interest. For example, you may have a shirt made from Satin material. This can be paired with a pair of Tweed trousers or something like Berle's Super 100s Gabardine pants.  

If you experiment with different fabrics, you might find a combination that is not only striking but also suitable for your next style and preferences. So play along and see which will be the best fit for you. 

Choose Textured Outerwear 

Outerwear should also be considered when it comes to experimenting with different textures. A coat or jacket will provide plenty of sophistication to any outfit that you wear. You could consider wearing a bomber jacket or, if you want to be really bold, a faux fur coat. Either way, you can find outerwear that has not only visual appeal but also something that will feel unique in contrast to everything else that you are wearing. 

Don't Be Afraid of Patterns and Prints 

While playing around with textures is one thing, it's always nice to experiment with different patterns and prints. Especially if you want to create the illusion of texture in whatever you're wearing. One of the patterns or prints that you can play around with is houndstooth. Lucky for you, Berle has the Houndstooth Worsted Wool Tropical Weight pants. You can wear these while pairing with different patterns like floral or stripes. 

 It's a dynamic and exciting look to rock. One thing you should remember is to avoid overwhelming your outfit. It is vital to find the right balance so everything looks in place rather than out of place. 

Use Textured Accessories 

Textured accessories can also be worth considering. For example, you can wear scarves, hats, or shoes made of leather, woven fabrics, or suede. These accessories will make the rest of your outfit pop and look super stylish. If you're wearing just a basic pair of pants, you may opt for a textured belt to make it stand out more. 

Experiment with Textured Layering 

If you're looking to bring texture into your wardrobe, consider layering. You can combine different pieces that feature various textures to see which ones fit you best. For example, one of the things that we suggest is a wool coat that you can wear over a textured sweater. This will give you the opportunity to wear something that is not only sophisticated but also features a little bit of complexity.  

Textured Bottoms? Yes - That Too 

Even though we've discussed tops for much of this guide, we should always pay attention to the bottoms. You should consider wearing different types of trousers. We suggest wool, corduroy, and twill, all of which we offer at Berle—like our 8 Wale Luxury Italian Corduroy pants. Yes, we're all about different textures here, and we are excited to offer what we have in our stores. 

Final Thoughts 

Now that you have read this guide, it's time to start incorporating texture into your wardrobe. Take your personal style and mix it up a bit. This includes not only different fabrics but patterns and details as well. We can bet that you can create something that is not only unique but very appealing to the eye. If you are looking for plenty of different textures to add to your wardrobe, we're here to help. Visit Berle today, and we will be more than happy to help.