I’ve said on the blog before how much I love big comfy, oversized sweaters.
Well, for today’s look, I decided to try two sweaters.
|Zebra sweater: New York & Company (Sold out on-line; may be available in stores)
Pants: The Limited (Similar here)
I paired a lightweight cotton knit sweater underneath my zebra sweater coat for added warmth on a rainy and chilly fall day.
|Black Sweater: Outback Red for The Limited|
|Booties: Target (Available here)|
For curvier girls, layering sweaters can be tricky. I don’t always dress to flatter my physique, but I don’t necessarily like to purposefully make myself look larger. Sweaters can add a lot of bulk, so if you’re mixing knits, it’s generally best to stick to one thicker piece.
I generally enjoy a streamlined silhouette and am more minimalist than anything goes. That said, I kept things a little simpler than normal today with black flare leg pants and the crew neck sweater. Jewelry was subtle with just earrings and a slender bangle.
|Bag: Target (Available in pink here)|
|Earrings: New York & Company (Available in silver here)|
This sweater is such a statement piece that I really like the idea of letting it shine rather than mixing it with a lot of jewelry or other accessories (though I do have a bolder look with this sweater coming up soon).
|Bangle: Ann Taylor (Available here)|
Are you a fan of mixing sweaters? How do you avoid adding too much bulk?