Slaying in Sweaters

This year, I am teaming up with a group of amazing women dubbed the Thrift It! Clique to present an inspiring series on how to style items purchased from a thrift store in different ways based on a common theme. This month’s theme was sweaters. It’s currently winter here in the States which means it’s definitely sweater weather for us. I actually love sweaters! They are so cozy!

Let me tell you guys a little secret. I buy 95% of my sweaters from thrift stores! It’s an economical, eco-friendly way of staying chic and warm during the frigid cold months of the year.  You can buy several fabulous sweaters for the price of 1 in retail stores. Sweaters are often shunned for being frumpy but let me tell you dolls and guys a secret, you can SLAY and SERVE the public in a sweater honey! Don’t believe me? The Thrift It Clique is going to show you 5 ways how to work that knit!

 #1: Add a pop of color to break up a neutral color palette.

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#2: Add bold statement jewelry like Kendra of It’s My Evolution!


#3: Pair printed sweater with colored denim for a posh look like Elle of Gernelle Nelson.


 #4: Add a collared shirt for a preppy look like Brittany of Vinty Fresh Closet.


 #5: Wear a sweater in an unexpected fashion. Pair one over a dress like

Addie of Old World New for extra warmth.


There you have it. Five different ways to slay in a sweater. Which would you try?

To see full looks from our photo shoot with our amazing photographer, Gernelle Nelson, click on the names below.





Are you rocking a thrifted sweater this season? Show us your style on Instagram using the hashtag #ticsweaters! We would love to see it.

As always, stay inspired!


9 thoughts on “Slaying in Sweaters

  1. Love how you incorporated all of our styles and pin pointed out different ways to style the sweater!! Awesome read!!

  2. Yes, I love how you spotlighted everyone here! Such great diversity with one simple thing: a thrifted sweater! And that pop of color is everything, hunni!

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