Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0. Why don't you try on this sweet cream wrap cardigan and style it with spaghetti strap black top and straight fit jeans:.
The outstanding question would be whether it works in the outfits altogether. It looks kind of on the shorter side so maybe be better for skirts? I'll leave others to help with that. I don't prefer the sweater with the white and see what you mean about black with short-sleeves. Joy made a good point about either long sleeves or shell.
I really like the color combo with the turtleneck. The cardigan is cute! I think it looks fine with the color under the cream cardi. In fact, I like it better than with the white cami. I also like the idea of a blouse under it. Maybe a black and cream printed blouse? Marianne, that sweater is very nice on you.
I really like it with the turtleneck and think that's a great combo. The black shirt is throwing me due to too many buttons on the cardi and the blouse, but that's one of my issues I struggle with. I could definitely see a sleeker black shirt under the cardigan. I have a cream cardigan and wear it over berry, light blue, red, brown, sweet pea type tops, and grey one of my favorites.
I think you'll get a lot of use out of it. Can't wait to see what you decide. Marianne, I love the cardi on you! I actually like it worn with black. Maybe you can just button up the first button and see how it looks? I have the same cardi in black and I wore it with the blouse in this picture http: I think it looks better than the cropped cardi I paired with in the picture.
The cardi looks super! I like it best with black. Thank you, I am glad to hear you all approve of the fit! I already started having my usual post-purchase doubts. I was in a hurry when posting and forgot to clarify - I wouldn't wear it over white cami, I just included it to show the color next to white. I don't have many printed tops and would like to expand my collection.
Of course I have a black button down, Angie, I'll give it a try. I was just afraid a button down would look too severe with it. I momentarily forgot how shirt-y you are - just like me! Let see the goods! Marianne, it looks great to me, and seems like a true cream - I'm not seeing the warm tones though that could be because of the photo, I can't say. But I also think it works just as nicely with the cool-toned t-neck. However if the cool tones still bug you, maybe try an accessory that pulls it all together?
I tried it today with the black button down, and it looked very sleek if I may humbly say so. I wasn't able to take pictures, but thanks Angie! Shiny, I just saw GG's thread with the scarf, and I'll try to play with it too.
Not about that heel life? Sneakers are fine with long cardigans! Cuffing your jeans up a little bit to show that flash of skin keep the look from being too baggy. Use your long cardigan as a layering tool under light jackets to make them work for colder weather. If you live in a warmer climate, you can layer your big sweater over shorts.
Make a formfitting midi dress more casual for daytime by adding a cozy cardigan over it. Wearing a very bulky long cardigan? Belt it at your waist to show off some curves. This also makes it look like a coat. Keep things simple underneath. A white tee and plain jeans keeps the focus on your sweater. Wear your long cardigan over a shirtdress, and add knee socks to keep your legs warm.
It should be relatively tight-fitting in order to accent the cardigan. Choose a chunky knit cardigan with a fun pattern for wintertime, or a long, flowy, thin cardigan for summer.
Always adapt your style to fit the weather on a particular day. Belt your cardigan with a thick leather belt if using a thick cardigan, and a thin one if your cardigan is sheer. Woven or shiny leather belts, or even imitation leather belts, work as well. Wear with skinny jeans or leggings depending on your preference. Pair with high-kneed boots in cold weather, or with short booties with a small heel in warm weather. Cover up a cute strappy tank top or strapless top with a colorful cardigan for school.
Many middle and high schools ban spaghetti strap and strapless tops, and layering with a lightweight cardigan is a great way to sport your favorite tops without getting suspended. Button the cardigan almost all the way, leaving at least the two top buttons open to show off your shirt underneath.
Couple with your favorite pair of distressed jeans for a laid-back, casual look. Finish off with sneakers such as Converse or a pair of flip-flop sandals. Find a blouse with some sort of embellishment on the bust, such as a bow or an embroidered pattern. Take a solid-colored, V-neck cardigan and place it over your blouse, buttoning all the buttons.
If your blouse has a bow, tie it just above the point in your cardigan's V-neck so that it drapes beautifully over the cardigan. Complete the professional look with flared slacks or a pencil skirt. If you choose a pencil skirt, tuck in the blouse but not the cardigan. Pick out a pretty high-waisted skirt or high-waisted pants. Choose a patterned fabric for your skirt or pants if possible.
Take a solid-colored shirt that matches your bottoms and tuck it in. If your bottoms are a solid color, opt for a patterned top.
DO wear them with fit and flare style dresses, or high waisted skirts. The hem of the cardigan should not go more than a few inches past the waist band of your dress or . Long black cardigan with olive khaki skinny jeans. Find this Pin and more on FASHION by Wendy Salcedo. Long black cardigan, inspiration picture, with a great bag! We took advantage of our warmer weather & got several sets of outfit photos taken so I can share some more transitional outfits with y. Long Cardigan Fashion: Lucita Yañez is wearing a long cardigan from Pull & Bear Just The Design Just The Design is a fast-growing fashion blog with aspirational content showing off the latest in trends, outfits, wardrobe how-to guides and the best in clothing deals from the .