How to Wear a Sweater

Forget diamonds, sweaters should be a girl’s best friend. They can be worn any time of the year for multiple purposes. They can be used to dress an outfit up or down. There is no shortage of style with sweaters. Here are a few looks I love for Fall 2011 featuring different sweaters including the Fair Isle Sweater, Aztec print sweater, cardigan sweaters, grandpa sweaters, and a shawl neck sweater.

The first outfit has an Aztec print sweater, a style that has been popular for about 2 years now. I love pairing it with an earthy color pant. It is very simple yet stylish. You can use this sweater coat to make an ordinary outfit look a little trendier. There is no shortage of tribal print; from scarves to shirts to sweaters to jackets. What I also love about this Aztec print sweater coat is that it’s a little big so you can pull it closer to your for warmth. You’ll never be uncomfortable.

The second outfit features what I call a ‘grandpa sweater’ or a ‘professor sweater’. It’s a very simple cardigan sweater but I love the patch on the elbows. You can wear this style of cardigan sweater to almost anything. I love wearing it to look a little more vintage.

The third sweater features a Fair Isle sweater. I love the look of Fair Isle sweaters. They have beautiful colors and patterns and they are more exciting than a solid color sweater. This is an over-sized fair isle sweater which goes perfectly with a pair of black leggings and boots. Perfect for sipping tea on a cold day or lounging around the house.

This next sweater is also another Fair Isle sweater featuring a v neck. I paired this with a neutral skirt and tights for the colder months. I like this sweater because all the colors make it easy to pair with a ton of stuff.
The last outfit features a shawl neck cardigan. It is also open like the Aztec sweater which is nice, and a neutral color to pair it with almost anything. I paired it with a bright colored pant to bring a little more color into the winter months.

How to Wear a Sweater


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s