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This sweater outfits post is written in partnership with Ann Taylor.
I am so excited to bring you 3 sweaters, styled 3 ways to inspire your looks this season!
We had our first few cold snaps in Dallas and the sweaters are out in full force! I’ll be honest I have mixed feelings about this time of year. I love the summer, but there’s something about layering for fall/winter that is just so chic. Today on blog I put together 3 sweater outfits to keep you cozy and fabulous through the season. Every clothing piece I am wearing is from Ann Taylor, I like to shop here for work looks, especially when they have a great sale going.
I want to take you through each look and also provide some other styling options that might come in handy. It’s always great to get multiple wears out of your pieces!
Sweater Outfits: Look #1
I styled this cashmere sweater with a faux suede skirt and over the knee boots. I love this look because it can take you from work to dinner effortlessly. I’ve also worn this sweater with jeans and dress pants. It is really versatile.
Sweater Outfits: Look #2
Look two is the turtleneck. This chunky knit came in handy today when temps dropped below 40. This Texas girl was not interested in feeling the cold! So turtleneck style it is. For work I styled this top with a great pair of skinny pants, but a skirt or layered over a flowing midi dress would also be so stylish.
Sweater Outfits: Look #3
I love a great sleeve detail. If you’ve been around the blog for awhile then you probably know this! When I saw this sweater, I knew I needed it from the brand. I paired it with a leopard print skirt for a really feminine, chic look. I’ve also worn this sweater with jeans! Dressing it up or down is my favorite.
Which look is your favorite? I’m leaning towards the balloon sleeves with the leopard skirt, but honestly all 3 are so perfect for work and every day! Thank you so much for reading.
XO – Steph
A Dallas-based blog featuring Fashion, Beauty, Travel and Motherhood by Steph Taylor Jackson.