Dark Bunny12/28/2014 01:53:00 AM
Remember when I said I bought the same kind of cropped knitted pullover sweater but in different colors? Well, here's the last one of them! (Feel free to check the others out here, here, and here.) Before the year ends, I'd wanna at least show them all, and how I styled them each differently from one another to give you guys some ideas on what kind of an investment these lovely pullovers are. After all, why buy something if you can't even wear them more than once, right?
Forever 21 headband and pullover, SM Accessories bag, So! Fab boots
I'm not much of a fan of bodycon dresses since my tummy is the first thing that gets big whenever I eat anything (curse this insatiable hunger of mine). But for this look, I knew it was a good contrast to the looseness of the pullover sweater I had. It's one way of layering things in my closet when I can't whack my head to style an outfit for a day (because, really, there are some days you just don't wanna think too hard on how to style yourself when you go out; praise the Lord for those lovely lazy days!). This makes people think you have a bottomless pit of a closet, since it seems you have a new skirt when it's really just an old dress underneath.
One simple thing to remember when trying this little cheat technique out is:
1. Bodycon dress + Cropped tops/sweaters
2. Fit-and-flare dress + tops/sweaters at regular length or oversized
Can you imagine the cropped top/sweater with a fit-and-flare dress? Awkward.. Or how frumpy you can look with an oversized sweater and a bodycon dress? These tips can help balance out your body's shape and proportions without making you look weird or awkward (at least, based on how I imagine and experienced it). Feel free to try them out yourself! ^_^
PS: Thanks to Kenny for taking my photos for me! Chasing the sunlight while it's setting earlier this time of the year can be such a drag... ;__;'