The Sweater Dress


The Sweater Dress

Just because it's freezing, doesn't mean we can't wear dresses, am I right? Personally, I've never been a big fan of dresses - mostly because I never found the right one for my body shape and that suited my personal style. However, as I grow older and wiser, I realised I love both t-shirt dresses and sweater dresses. There's just something about a baggy dress that is more fitted on my arms that just makes me swoon. Hence why today's stylespiration post is all about the almighty sweater dress.

I picked a simple grey one from Chic Nova (you can find it here), that is great for this time of year since it will keep you nice and warm while still looking like you made an effort into your outfit.

To make sure you don't freeze your legs off, try pairing the dress with some knee high socks (like this pair from H&M). Of course, if you prefer, you can just go with some tights; the choice is yours!

As for the shoes, I had to go with some classic black boots -  you may have noticed they're a personal favourite of mine - like these from Lipstik (you can find them here). The heel is optional, although this particular pair doesn't even have a big heel. I prefer my boots to be chunky and with a good heel, mostly because I believe it makes my legs look slimmer - so if you're struggling with that, heels are your best friend.

Top the look off with an army green jacket if it's really cold outside. I went with a thin cotton trench coat from CiChic (you can find it here) since I hate pairing a baggy dress with a baggy coat, it ends up making you look wider and heavier than you really are; hence why a more slim, form fitting coat works wonders (or a more form fitting dress, if you're planning on sticking with a baggy coat).

Don't forget to take your favourite black bag; I chose this small tote bag from Mango (you can find it here).

And there you go! A perfect Tuesday outfit, guaranteed to keep you warm and stylish all day long. I hope you enjoyed this post and don't forget to leave a comment with your feedback.

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