Are you in love with cropped sweaters as much as I am? If yes, then I am more than happy to show you best ways how to sport cropped sweaters this year. Believe me, this trend is gonna make you want to wear it every single day. In this post, I gathered my favorite tips and ideas on how to make this knitwear look awesome on you. Check my advice and let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
The first idea is to keep things totally tomboy inspired. You can create sporty tomboy look, by teaming sporty garments together. All you need is a simple cropped sweater, sporty garments and urban accessories that will finish off your outfit. You can either go for a slouchy grey top and team it with ripped, patched slim jeans styled with trainers and baseball cap, or you can keep things more classy by teaming black knitted sweater with cool boyfriends, black lace-up boots, and pom pom beanie. I don’t know how about you, but I do like creating layered looks. You can try cozy layers too. All you need is a long-sleeve cropped sweater worn atop your favorite blouse or shirt. This is a perfect way for creating a layered outfit. Make sure you don’t wear anything too chunky underneath, so your silhouette looks ladylike and slim. This pairing is office friendly and ideal for wearing to café and everyday street walks. I would recommend layering black cropped sweater atop white shirt teamed with slim jeans and pointed-toe pumps. If you are more into casual appearance, then you probably gonna like teaming your cropped knitwear with high-waisted skinnies. This combo smells hipster-inspired to me. Keep the perfect balance by choosing pieces with more girly details on them. You can also go for a really chunky knitted cropped sweater to feel warm and look preppy. I do love pairing mustard big knit crop sweater with tartan ankle-pants. Another girly way to look feminine and sweet is to layer your cropped sweater on top of your dress. This is a perfect way to add soft and dainty touch to your everyday look. I would recommend to pair your knits with maxi gowns, slip dresses or sundresses.