Sweater season: Three warm winter looks

This season is (for me anyway) always ALL about those winter warmers! I love sweaters and so I thought i would include some of my favorites in a sort of “experimental” lookbook blog post. I used only one pair of pants and put three different sweaters with them to create some casual winter looks.

Let’s start things off with sweater number one:

This one is an old piece by now but I still love the dark green color of it, it goes so well with just about anything! The material (which doesn’t show up very well in the picture) is quite fuzzy which makes it nice and warm in the winter. That however, also means it sheds quite a bit of fluff so I sadly don’t wear it as often as I would like. It’s otherwise a nice and practical sweater, one that will keep you feeling warm and looking stylish all throughout the cold cold winter months!

The next sweater is an old classic from the closet.

A simple ribbed black high neck piece to match that gloomy winter weather. Black goes with everything so I chose to style it with some silver accessories and my favorite leather boots! This sweater is not quite “cropped” but it is definitely on the shorter side so pairing it up with your favorite jeans is definitely also a viable option! A simple yet comfy sweater for a laid back winter look!

The last piece is my absolute favorite!

You’ve probably seen it pop up on my Instagram quite a bit lately! This sweater has breathed new life into my wardrobe. I bought it a couple of months back and I’ve loved it so much I’ve worn it night and day. Heck I’ve nearly slept in it!

It’s a light beige sweater with golden threads sown into it which gives it a very flattering shimmer. It fits perfectly with a pair of fluffy leather slippers which I think creates a stylish yet also super comfortable look, and if there’s anything I wish I could combine more of it’s fashion and comfort!

So there you have it!

Three simple sweater looks for the cold dark winter season! Please tell me if you like these types of “lookbook” posts and if you would like to see more of them.
I’m also sorry for both the quality of the images as well as this being shot in my living room but you make do with what you have, am I right? ; – )

Thank you so much for reading!



62 thoughts on “Sweater season: Three warm winter looks

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  2. I love your looks sooo much! Your aesthetic is just so cozy and warm (that sounded creepy whoops…). This is a random question, but I was wondering if you were scared to cut your hair from long to short? I’m thinking of cutting mine your length but I’m scared it would look bad. Especially sense my hair is one of the only things I like about myself, but I want a change…. any thoughts? (love your blog and YouTube channel btw, keep up the amazing work!)


  3. Absolutely love your aesthetic, from your clothes to your home decor. It’s extremely inspiring and I wish I could replicate it in my own life. Thanks for sharing with us!


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  5. ooooo just looking at all the sweaters makes me all warm and fuzzy! Do you by chance know where you purchased them? I would love to get one of those lovely tan sweaters of my own :3

    Thank you~


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