Oversized sweaters a love affair amongst womens far and wide. I mean who doesn’t love being all cosy in their favourite slouchy knitwear. You will be glad to hear that oversized sweaters were a huge part of many of many of the big designers, Autumn collections.
Oversized sweaters are one of the most versatile items in your wardrobe and can be so much more than the thing you where when binge watching TV shows on Netflix. Designers sent their models down the catwalks wearing textured, tonal numbers with lace detail, intricate embroidery designs and longline knee length styles. Some designers teamed track pants with logo sweatshirts for a casual look and others put their models in oversized interpretations with wide leg culotte trousers.
Although sweatshirts are often considered loungewear they can be elevated to the next level with a few clever styling tips. One way of doing this is to cinch your oversized knit in at the waist with a chunky belt. Finish this look off with some slouchy knee high boots.
If you want a more relaxed, “brunch with friend” sort of look, then the a maxi dress, oversized sweatshirt look is perfect for you. Layer your sweater with a floral print maxi or a satin slip dress for a more formal afternoon tea sort of vibe. Add heels for a posh lunch. Grab your loose fitting mom jeans and a red tartan shirt and finish with a long line sweatshirt. This time of year you need to keep warm and not many things look as stylish when keeping you toasty. Most sweatshirts out there tend to be blocked colour so donl;t afraid to go crazy with the textures, waffle knit, panel designs, the list goes on. All these oversized styles mean you need to add some balance in there too. Go for a form fitted trouser so you don’t look too frumpy. Add some statement jewellery in there and you’re flying.