5 Tiny Tweaks That Will Make Your Sweater Dress Feel Very 2019
Coats, scarves, sweaters ... fall and winter necessities are pretty much the same from year to year. But there are a few small details that will make those essentials either look on-trend and current or like you're stuck on last year's version.
Take the sweater dress, for instance. We turn to the knitted staple every year to keep us warm and looking cute. But what looked great a couple years ago might not be such a hit as we close in on 2019. But we've got six tips that will ensure your sweater dress is up to date.
Start with the first look above and try layering one over trousers and find 5 more refreshing ways to wear sweater dresses, thanks to the style stars ahead.
Pile on white accessories.
Remember when trends used to come and go quicker than a New York City bus? Well, white accessories have been a popular choice for quite some time and they aren't going anywhere just yet. Follow Gigi Hadid's lead and double up on matching boots and sunglasses.
Master the art of layering.
I get it. Layering can be tricky. But Kelly Rowland showed us an easy way to take a sleeveless sweater dress into the winter with a turtleneck. The prints might clash, but the coordinating colors flawlessly pull the two pieces together.
Don't be afraid of statement pieces.
Having trouble deciding between a statement necklace or statement shoes? Mindy Kaling proved that you don't have to choose one or other in a Jacob & Co. necklace and fucshia heels. Whip out both for instant outfit success.
Add a statement belt.
Bella Hadid showed us how to turn an average white sweater into a photo-worthy moment by sprucing up her look with a gold belt. Of course, it doesn't hurt if you happen to have a Chanel one laying around. But these affordable alternatives here and here are just as good.
Go matchy match with your shoes.
Long gone are the days when matching head-to-toe was a no-no. Adding a bright pair of heels that coordinates with your sweater dress will give an instant street-style star oomph — like Karlie Kloss in her marigold outfit.