Oversize Sweaters Over Everything—Here Are 11 Ways to Style Them Flawlessly

Cozy but also so chic.

Oversize Sweaters Over Everything—Here Are 11 Ways to Style Them Flawlessly

I'm not a morning person, so it's tough to leave my cozy comforter in the morning. While I may not be able to take my blanket with me wherever I go, there is a close-second option: oversize sweaters. They have the perfect loose fit so you'll feel relaxed, and they provide a plethora of styling options. They're trending in such a way that when most people think of sweaters, they're often imagining an oversize fit. (Just take a look at the majority of the market.) My knit collection is well-versed, complete with everything from chunky turtlenecks to loose cardigans. I've been looking for some ideas on how to style them this season, so I thought I'd share my outfit mood board with you all.

The weather is warranting these massive knits a necessity, but I'm here to show you that they can be chic, too. Go on to see the oversize-sweater outfits that are inspiring me to layer up in the coziest knits all season long, and shop the coolest sweaters out there.

The chunkier the sweater, the better. Monikh Dale keeps it casual and comfortable with worker pants and furry slides.

Bring the summer vibes into fall with a colorful sweater and flowy skirt.

Instead of wearing jeans or leggings under your favorite printed sweater, try out a pair of leather trousers.

An oversize sweater-vest will always look good over a classic button-up. Chandler Bing clearly is the blueprint.

Try an oversize sweater with coordinating knit pants. It's like an elevated version of the matching loungewear you wear at home.

With the transitional weather these days, an oversize cardigan is your best bet. Layer over a basic tank and trousers for a neutral yet chic outfit.

Sometimes you can just nix pants altogether. Whether it's a sweater that's oversize enough or a dress silhouette, a pair of sneakers add a cool touch to the whole look.

A simple striped sweater is a classic that can go a long way. Even with just a midi dress underneath and flat loafers, the outfit looks amazingly polished.

This is my favorite go-to outfit combo and Matilda Djerf perfects it every time. All you'll need is a chunky sweater, khaki pants, and your favorite white sneakers.

Instead of keeping to the typical sweater-and-jeans combo, add a poplin shirt for some dimension.

There are so many fun sweater-vests on the market right now, so why not pair them with even more fun jeans? There's no such thing as being too extra.

Next, I Have All My Fall Weekend Looks Planned—Take a Peek

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5 Certifiably Cool Finds Fashion It Girls Will Embrace This Season

You're bound to make an entrance in these.

5 Certifiably Cool Finds Fashion It Girls Will Embrace This Season

It's easy to think about the fashion community as one big monolith, but in reality, it's a diverse mosaic of varying style subcultures, one of which I frequently reference: the trendy cool girl. A broad category in itself, it's a bit Y2K with a sprinkle of coconut girl and a dash of downtown sensibility. The look is equal parts vintage and micro-trends and incorporates a slew of emerging labels. In short, it's the aesthetic to look to when you need to know which trends to keep your eyes peeled for.  Thankfully, finding out takes little more than hopping over to Instagram to check out what's brewing on the It-girl fashion scene. When browsing through a host of my favorite style accounts, it didn't take long for a few trends to emerge from the midst of outfit pics and mirror selfies. Given the popularity of all things Y2K and retro, a few of these might give you a dose of nostalgia. For the full report on which finds cool girls everywhere will be wearing this season, keep scrolling below.

Blame it on the new season of Gossip Girl, but the fashion world has been engrossed with all things academia for a minute now. The latest object to come of that fascination is the schoolgirl skirt. From plaid minis to tartan skirts, cool girls, in particular, have absorbed the trend, wearing it with chunky boots, sweater-vests, and platform heels.

Cargo pants have long lived on the fringes of mainstream style, so it shouldn't be a surprise that cool girls have gravitated toward them again this season. Way more elevated than the cargo pants of yesteryear, the new take on them includes high-waist and, on the more extreme end, ultra-low-rise fits as well as baggier silhouettes. Wear them ironically with heels or go full G.I. Jane with combat boots.

A statement coat is essential if you're a fashion It girl, and right now, the honor of most-wanted goes to fluffy fur (or shearling) trimmed toppers. The style is nothing new by any means, but thanks to Scandi label Saks Potts, it circled back into the spotlight. The defining characteristic is the trimmed detail, which feels a bit sleeker than a coat completely covered in faux fur. Although trending now, it's a piece that really won't ever be out of date.

What started out as a crescendoing home décor trend has turned into a full-fledged fashion love affair with all things check. Within the past year, I've seen countless checkered dresses, pants, and tops pop up everywhere from Zara to Mango, with check pants specifically blowing up my feed. 

If you know, you know: House of Sunny is a quintessential fashion brand based in the UK. Its Hockney dress might be one of the most recognizable pieces of 2020, but there are a lot quirkier, more colorful finds where that came from. Take the Waterloo cardigan—a cheerful zip sweater that features removable cuffs and a collar. The brand is a master at churning out mood-lifting statement pieces, so anything from here is bound to catch someone's attention.

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