There are lots of great ways to style a Chunky Knit sweater so you can ring the changes and completely change your look.
Whether you're using an old favorite or looking for a sure-fire winner this season, a cream or Winter white sweater is the most versatile in your wardrobe and set to become your go-to Winter essential.
Any cream or ivory sweater is just as versatile and useful - but a heavy knit provides the size and weight you need for adding extra layers underneath.
The cream sweater on the right is from a selection at Wallis, UK.
It's great to bring light to your complexion particularly in the darker days of the year. So whether you're a blonde, redhead or brunette you'll find a flattering shade of Ivory or even the palest Taupe that will flatter your coloring
Cream is one of the lightest neutrals and will look good with virtually all the stronger tones whatever your color palette; and it provides a solid background for a collection of fabulous accessories.
A cream sweater in your wardrobe will become a wardrobe essential and earn it's keep many times over. It is, therefore, worth spending a little bit extra on a garment that will wash, wear and keep it's looks.
Accessories are the name of the game!
You can style a chunky knit, particularly a cream or neutral tone, to take you from casual to partytime. Accessories are the name of the game.
1 Euro chic - light with white, mix your neutrals for elegance
2 Set to party - team with a completely different more elegant fabric but keeping color match
3 Shopping - let the scarf take centre stage, change color and the way you tie your scarf
4 Ready for business - neatly put together top to toe
5 Country pile - add a fur collar or gilet and a special bag, you're ready for the country estate
6 Northern Lights - all-over cream is always glamorous, apres ski or just a walk to the pub
7 Rugged - team with your favorite denims and scarf or snood for warmth and color
8 Short and sweet - particularly if you've legs to die for, or add opaque tights
9 On-trend - midi skirt linked with boots to lengthen the look
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