Sweaters are one thing that every woman would have in their winter closet. They make your feel warm and stylish at the same time as long as you wear them right. I am saying there is a standard or rule you have to follow. What is the best is the one that suits you the best. Here are some of my tips on wearing womens sweaters.
Fitted sweater+ printed A-line skirt
Compared to those loose sweaters, fitted sweaters are more suitable for those people who have sturdy upper body. It would be better if you choose pure colored sweaters as they will make you look slimmer. Paired with a fitted sweater, an A-line skirt does great in flattering your lower body and outlines the silhouette.
Loose sweater+ pencil skirt
As a general rule of thumb, a loose sweater goes with streamlined bottom. Personally, I’d choose a pencil skirt. Of course, the suede skirt is super popular this fall. This all-match skirt goes with all kind of sweaters, which makes you look chic and classic. If you want to raise the waist line, try to casually tuck the hem of your sweater into the skirt. Whether wearing heels or sneakers which are prevailing mix and match, you can create your own style.
Sweater+ skinny pants
If you live in a colder place and don’t feel like exposing your legs in cold months, skinny jeans will complete the perfect outfit. Leisure loose sweaters contrast with skinny pants, which will better divide your proportion visually. You can wear slim profile boots to elongate the proportion of the lower body. Just like this women fringed loose sweater, the tassels and the wide silhouette add more leisure to the rest of the outfit. The hollow-out design is little bit sexy and makes the sweater the unique one.
Sweater+ boyfriend jeans
If you have slimmer figure, boyfriend jeans are your another option. Many people like boyfriend jeans. However, not every one of them is suitable for this look. People with slimmer lower body are less likely to looking stumpy when wearing an oversized jeans and loose sweater. So choose the look based on your body type.