Styling Tips: How to Wear Over Sized Clothing and Not Drown

Updated on Dec 18, 2014
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MessagesOnANapkin 's Thoughts:

Oh, baggy clothing. Two ideas come to mind: 1) the effortlessly cool concoctions of the Olson twins, where they swim in cardigans that loosely shrug off their shoulders, and sweaters that effortlessly flirt around their knees or, 2) me eating off-brand ice cream on the couch while in the middle of a Lifetime movie marathon, wishing I had a cat to bury my face and sniffle into.

As you can see, it has both a good and a bad rep. Today, we're going to focus on the former rather than the latter. Over-sized pieces can be really fun when you know how to style them, but the problem is they're a tad tricky to do just that. It takes some trial and error and an eye for proportions. But once you get the hang of it, you'll start realizing it all has to do with what you pair these cozy pieces with that makes it work.

 

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CarefreeContessa
CarefreeContessa on December 20
luv the retro look!
last_tango_in_paris
last_tango_in_paris on December 19
cat lady/fortune teller vibes -\,#
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