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sweater Archives - Page 3 of 3
You do understand that a grey cardigan with a v-neckline can be worn in all of these ways. It's easy to forget that you can just button all the buttons and - voila - a v-neck sweater! ... View the Post
As before, you will see some familiar garments and accessories. To me, it is a delightful surprise to start preparing a post with a new color of sweater, readjust my aesthetic brain to that color, and then find that there a lot of flattering "common ground" with previous posts that I've done... Today I was particularly delighted to see how well yesterday's coral tee shirt and flats flattered the navy sweater and white jeans. Although I think green and navy might be a new favorite for me! ... View the Post
I never wear camel, because it's wicked unflattering on me, but I love the look of it...
At it's simplest, the sweater with jeans or twill pants. A scarf, and some pretty earrings, and you're good to go. Note that the shades of camel don't have to match exactly.
A long line of camel and brown, with a simple white or cream shirt, is the easiest outfit in the world. Simple gold jewelry is all you need; a watch might be enough!
With white jeans (or cream/ecru) you have the opportunity to break out your favorite summer tee shirts before the weather's actually "tee shirt warm". This is also a chance to sneak your favorite ballet flats back into circulation, to pull the whole outfit together.
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When I was ironing yesterday, I realized, again, that my black v-neck sweater is perhaps the most frequently worn item in my closet in the cold weather. While mine is cashmere, if I had to replace it, I'd probably opt for a very "flat" merino wool, or maybe Eileen Fisher's cotton/silk blend...
Mine is big enough to layer, but not so huge that it looks sloppy on it's own. The v is low enough that a tee shirt peeks out when it's underneath, but if I wear the sweater alone I'm not risking a career-limiting move.
At it's most simple, the sweater, alone with a pair of simple jeans or khakis, is perfect:
And with a plain white cotton shirt, or silk blouse,anyone can wear it to work:
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