Friday, October 10, 2008

How To Wear A Sweater Dress

This post is by guest blogger Bryn Taylor from SheFinds. SheFinds studies the trends and surfs the web for the best items and online shopping deals for the busy working woman.(Please note that this post appeared on SheFinds first)


We recently showcased our top five favorite sweater dresses and since then have been asked by many readers just how exactly to wear one. Other than with a solid pair of Spanx (or those ingenious Tight-End tights - or both), there are some simple ways to complement this cozy frock that will bring you easily from the office to after 5 cocktails.

what to wear with a sweater dress by btaylor

Since a sweater dress is classic, you can play around with shoes and accessories - but don't go overboard if you plan to wear to the office. A pair of two-tone Mary Janes and one strong colorful cuff will up the ante on a neutral colored dress. You can add a delicate silver necklace for some sparkle at the neckline. Before heading out for drinks, throw on a winter white mid-length jacket to brighten the look, and toss your evening essentials into a daring compact clutch.

Donna Karan Cream Jacket, $1397.50 (Find a more budget-friendly option at Banana Republic)


J.Crew Mary Janes, $160

Jade Oval Cabochon Bracelet, $375

Zebra Clutch, $7.50

Dior Oui Necklace, $1125

You can also view this set right on Polyvore where we welcome all of our readers to join the SheFinds Group and create your own sets, letting us know how you'd wear a cozy sweater dress for fall.


Anonymous said...

if you wear a sweater dress the best way is to finish it off with some white or black legings this will make u look sweet an cute an presentable enough foe for work or a day on the city anything u do a swater dress will come through except in the summer but in the fall is when you can rock without a doubt

wholesale clothing said...

I could use the cream jacket to pair it with my grey round-neck shorts.

prom dresses said...

These cream jackets can work great with black or white dresses.