6 Ways to Style a Neutral Sweater!

by Shanthomas87

I am continuing my theme for this month which is sharing closet basics, and then showing you how to style it a bunch of ways! Today is the neutral sweater! It could be white, cream, beige, or even khaki…. but just some lighter colored sweater that you probably already have in your closet. The exact one I am styling today is from Amazon, and I will link it here. Let’s dive in!

Outfit # 1

Let’s start really basic! The great thing about a neutral sweater is that it is great on it’s own! I kept this casual outfit simple by pairing the sweater with a good pair of jeans and a white sneakers. This whole look is linked here.

Outfit # 2

For this next look, I dressed that same sweater up a bit. I paired it with my favorite pair of black faux leather pants and a good black bootie. This is an outfit I would wear into the classroom, or even for date night! This whole look is linked here.

Outfit # 3

Here is another causal way to wear that neutral sweater! I love using it as a base for a layering look. I added my favorite Amazon cardigan and a pair of Chelsea boots for another causal look. This whole outfit is linked here.

Outfit # 4

I love a monochromatic look! I love the look of this sweater with these cream cropped pants! They are mostly sold out, so I linked some similar. I finished the look with a good pair of nude heels. This whole look is linked here.

Look # 5

Here is another layered look with that neutral sweater! I love it paired with this Amazon shacket on top. I added a knee high boot and a good pair of leggings to complete this look. This whole look is linked here.

Outfit # 6

Last but not least (and probably one of my favorites!), here is how you can wear a neutral sweater with a dress! I love layering a swearer on top of a dress for a completely new look! I put a belt around my waist and tucked the sweater into the belt to define my waist a bit more. This whole look is linked here.

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