I’m one of those people who once I am cold, I stay cold. A few years back I found THE solution and this has been and will be a staple piece in my Fall/Winter wardrobe.
Two words: sweater dress.
Being petite sweater dresses are essentially a blanket for me which provides that much more warmth during blistering cold days. They can be chic, elegant and without a doubt, absolutely versatile. For those versatile looks, might I suggest the bodycon knits look pleasing to the bottom half as the top is layered and chunkier. Balance is necessary when you’re wearing layers and oversized pieces that way you wearing the clothes rather than the clothes wearing you.
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Now, the next question is: layering? How and what do you layer a sweater dress with? – Great question, thanks for asking.
It all depends on the style and cut of the dress. If it’s a v-neck, crew, or oval cut, pairing it with a like-colored turtleneck underneath is a chic route. Otherwise, any maxi sweater, graphic T, or cardigan is fair game when it comes to layering on top. Either way, dimension will be created giving it a more stylish look rather than simplicity. I’ve never ever been a fan of sinching the waist with a belt. I think it’s utterly tacky and should never be done. Instead, if you want to sinch the waist, use a like-colored belt if you must. With the maxi oversized sweater dress look, we’re not going for the a sexy, hourglass shape. We’re going for comfort and dimension + versatile looks.