{make stuff} DIY Upcycled Sweater Cowl

Cascade Creek Cowl Neck by Smartwool® - The only thing better than a cowl-neck sweater is this cowl-neck sweater from Smartwool® that doubles as a hoodie. I don't have any cowl neck sweaters anymore.

A winter-white cowl-neck sweater dress pops when you slip a black belt over it, while a coral belt can instantly spice up an understated navy dress. Reply steph November 20, at 3: Hope you try it out!

The cowl neck adds a fun detail to this knitwear, indeed, the flowy neckline looks comfy and sweet. It's an essential piece for any wardrobe look. The following Polyvore compilation consists of .
Cowl-neck sweaters should be minimally accessorized and balanced with other outfit pieces, because they add bulk and detail to the neckline. Necklaces are not recommended because they compete with the cowl, but bold earrings and bangles are complementary jewelry accessories.
Cascade Creek Cowl Neck by Smartwool® - The only thing better than a cowl-neck sweater is this cowl-neck sweater from Smartwool® that doubles as a hoodie. I don't have any cowl neck sweaters anymore.
Cowl-neck sweaters should be minimally accessorized and balanced with other outfit pieces, because they add bulk and detail to the neckline. Necklaces are not recommended because they compete with the cowl, but bold earrings and bangles are complementary jewelry accessories.
Wearing a necklace with a cowl-neck sweater dress can be tricky since the neckline has such a bold, distinctive look. Instead of wearing a necklace that competes with the cowl neck, choose other jewelry options that can spice up your look.
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Cascade Creek Cowl Neck by Smartwool® - The only thing better than a cowl-neck sweater is this cowl-neck sweater from Smartwool® that doubles as a hoodie. I don't have any cowl neck sweaters anymore.

Those of you who like 's fashion will definitely like this striped light brown, cream long sweater which will ideally fit the following suede pants, brown backpack handbag and cool, leather booties:. If you are a modern business woman, then try on this light grey knitwear with printed trousers, fuchsia belt and envelope clutch with statement, black pointed toe heels:.

The pale peach sweater looks sweet and cozy paired with tweed skirt, feminine handbag embellished with a bow, glossy pumps in pale pink color embellished with a bow. To finish this adorable look you can go for gold jewelry:. The cable knit shawl neck will definitely match washed skinnies, leather, high, black boots and black, hooded duffel-coat:.

Another statement and casual update can be seen in this image, which features a red top styled with cozy shearling lined duffle-coat, suede, black booties and grey bag:. Keep it retro inspired and try on monochrome look, which includes a striped cowl neck, tailored matte black coat, beige tweed pants, eye-catching color-blocked fedora and two-colored booties:. How or where can you buy the peach cowl neck sweater and tweed skirt?

And the shoes and handbag too. Your email address will not be published. I love what you've done here. I'm a fan of what happy suggested The whole what not to wear idea. Good gravy I'm impressed that you can wear my least fave color on earth And look good. I like to eat mustard on pretzels Can't wear it to save my life.

Wel, maybe to save my life Ps major props on the AE blog! They say when it rains it pours, and in Bowdenisms land, it has been pouring lately in a good way! Those who know me "in real life" quotes are inappropiate there I guess, as it really is real life, it just sounds odd But I rarely, if ever talk about it here in anything more than a round about way.

Well today worlds are colliding I'm sharing some "bits and pieces of our little lives" on the American Eagle blog. Check out my dorky self here. And if by chance you wandered over here from the AE site- Welcome! And don't worry, I'll serve up a little bit of fashion before forcing some baby pictures on you.

And now, on with your regularly scheduled programming. A few weeks ago I sign up for Stichfix and shared the mixed results.

Everywhere I look is stuff I need. So with that- a new Bowdenisms feature is born: Sweater- Ya via Stitchfix. Fortunately Stichfix gave me a bit of a headstart, with the styling card they included:.

But the look was right up my alley. Play with texture to give your outfit personality — pair a smooth patent leather belt with a cable-knit sweater dress or a suede braided belt with a fine-gauge sweater dress. You can also create a contrast with color. A winter-white cowl-neck sweater dress pops when you slip a black belt over it, while a coral belt can instantly spice up an understated navy dress. When it comes to choosing the width of the belt, though, use your body as a guide. Ballet flats and other small, delicate shoes can sometimes make you look top-heavy.

Instead, select shoes that have a stronger look to balance out the cowl neck. Boots are an ideal option with a sweater dress — pair a knee-high style with the dress and textured tights to stay warm on cold days. Ankle booties also work well. If you do choose flats, go with a pair that features hardware like a buckle across the toe or studded details to counter the volume of the cowl neck.

A cowl neck drapes below the collarbone like an overgrown turtleneck. The extra folds of fabric mean that it can be worn in a variety of ways. Let the cowl neck hang naturally in front. Easy and chic. If there's enough fabric, wear the cowl neck over the head like a hood. The cowl neck adds a fun detail to this knitwear, indeed, the flowy neckline looks comfy and sweet. It's an essential piece for any wardrobe look. The following Polyvore compilation consists of . Cowl-neck sweaters should be minimally accessorized and balanced with other outfit pieces, because they add bulk and detail to the neckline. Necklaces are not recommended because they compete with the cowl, but bold earrings and bangles are complementary jewelry accessories.