- Who said you’ve to wear your clothes always the same way?
- Styling a waterfall cardigan and slouchy boots in different ways
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Who said you’ve to wear your clothes always the same way?
This post illustrates several ways of wearing clothes like a waterfall cardigan, slouchy boots, suits and dresses in different ways to increase the number of outfits you can create from the pieces you already own. While this post is a general guide, there are also posts that just focus on one item like for instance how to wear a sheath as a skirt. This general guide leads you to the special ones along the way. Thus, read on or skip to the clothing piece you are interested in to get to the more detailed tips and tricks.
Styling a waterfall cardigan and slouchy boots in different ways
The following outfit inspirations illustrate several ways of wearing a waterfall cardigan, and slouchy boots. In the OOTD shown in the photos above I knotted my waterfall cardigan around my neck. From the front this styling trick look like a scarf. From the side, the tails of the waterfall cardigan look like a stylish oversize scarf or cape. The photos below feature the cardigan worn as this fall’s waterfall cardigan trend (left) and in form of a wrap top.
Own waterfall cardigan worn over a summer jersey dress c/o Ronen Chen with own Harley Davidson booties, ethnic belt, GNW tight, and DIY brooch
The “booties” in the outfit are actually boots rolled down. The photos below show how I styled them differently.
Look at other clothes and their options
Don’t stop with the boots and cardigan. Be creative!Knot a maxi dress at the hem to create a mini dress. #styletip Click To Tweet
Knot a blouse or shirt. Use accessories to vary the look of your outerwear.
For variations on how to wear the shearling coat shown in the photo below see Five tips to style your outerwear to avoid winter boredom. In an earlier post, I showed you how to get more outfits by from your wardrobe by wearing a dress as a blouse. For posts demonstrating the opposite idea, namely how to wear a mad-man style dress as a skirt, style a dress as skirt, or how to style a sheath dress as skirt see the posts at the links.
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Photos: G. Kramm
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