Sweater Off-Shouldering

Am I the only one?? Can’t be. Yes, talking about the Summer’16 sizzling-hot-trend of the Off Shoulder which has made its way to the Winter’16-17 too. Am I the only one who thinks it’s becoming a timeless trend?! Well, not all good things comes to an end, after all..

It all began when I missed the Thanksgiving sale with my India trip and started looking-&-shopping around like a fanatic on my return. That’s when I spotted this beauty, aka Off-The-Shoulder-Yellow-Popping-Sweater and as you already know I have a thing for the color Palette and their Pop (*big-exaggerated-wink*), I had to add this to my winter sweater collection. And the rest is recorded in the photos below.

Now, coming back to the Off The Shoulder Sweater. Let’s keep scrolling for the two ways I styled it with these Geometric Mismatched Earrings:

Look #1: Turn Up The Winter Chicness

Sweater+Tights+Skirt = My winter styling motto!

It’s indeed as simple as that. This styling tip has worked like million times in past and still guarantees to. I paired it with my another recent buy, that is these Navy Blue Velvet Booties. These are such stunner, so in fashion with the entire velvet trend and I totally recommend them. However I wish the heel height was little shorter for everyday wear, but it can be just me, as I am a clumpsy one as it is so prefer shorter heels.

OTS Sweater || Skirt || Boots || Geometric Missmatched Ceramic Earrings

Look #2: Just Wear It To Work

Fashion Rule #301 – Add the white shirt to the styling and everything turns formal!

Following along the rule, slip under a crisp white shirt and pair it with the checkered pants covering over the same booties and you are office-ready.

OTS Sweater || Shirt || Pants || Boots || Geometric Missmatched Ceramic Earrings

So what are some of your favorite Oversized Off The Shoulder Sweater looks and outfits? Be sure to write in the comment section and inspire us with your styling tips.

Until next time, Bisous ❤

– PP

17 thoughts on “Sweater Off-Shouldering

  1. Alyssa Robbins says:

    Hello! This was an awesome post. I love how you promoted the local brand DE’ ANMA and mention breaking fashion stereotypes. I am hoping to do the same with my blog ourconversationpieces.com

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