1 Jumper, 4 winter looks.

Caramel jumper is a definite MUST HAVE in every women’s wardrobe. It’s a classic piece that saves ‘I don’t know what to wear’ days, especially during colder days and evenings. Its neutral color is a key to countless outfit looks.

 

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1.Neutral Casual Classics

Coffee dates or family meetings are the perfect time to wear a sweater! By adding other classics like good old pair of jeans, beige oversized coat and scarf in similar color creates amazing base for accessories – and here you can go creative – from massive hoops and layered necklaces, to statement earings and rings, from fringed heeled boots, to sneakers. Don’t forger that summer’s  straw bags are still a big trend in winter!

 

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2. Minimal Boss Lady

 

I wouldn’t recommend wearing any type of knitwear to a business meeting or to the office, but after-work drinks or meetings of less importance are a green light for soft, knitted fabric, styled with tailored trousers (flared are a NEED!), classic coat, statement pumps and oversized bag. I would stay calm with jewellery, but a minimalistic ring and necklace – definite YES.

 

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3. Fashionista

Weekend stroll and coffee or crazy house-party at your friends’? Trying classic sweater with colorful pieces are the perfect way to get noticed. If you consider yourself as a shy person, I would suggest just one unconventional accent, but if you like to blind others with your crazy wardrobe choices, go fully in!

 

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4. Denim on denim

Although combining denim with denim can cause a lot of pain, I adore this trend to its’ fullest! Denim coat and caramel jumper is my personal favourite combo, so why don’t add more denim? If you are really struggling with matching two denim pieces, choose one in black! Adding cool leather boots and spicing it up with a bucket bag and 80s’ inspired sunglasses is the best recipe for a casual, yet impressing outfit!

 

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