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6 Chic and Practical Ways To Style A Cozy Sweater, According To Celebrities!

Elevate your favorite sweater with these Metro-approved style tips

Sweater weather has arrived—time to get cozy! This season, we shine the spotlight on your favorite sweater—warm, soft, and comfortable in all its fuzzy glory.

While some mature women may find this loose-fitting piece difficult to style, there are plenty of ways to incorporate this casual item in a chic, office-appropriate look. Ahead, we've listed classy and practical ways you can style this rainy season must-have, according to the fashion pros. For your dose of style inspiration, keep scrolling!

Our 2019 Metro Most Stylish woman Heart Evangelista elevates her cowl neck sweater by pairing it with a printed maxi skirt—a piece from her collection with local retail brand Kamiseta. She completes her sophisticated look with loafers and minimalist bracelets!


You can always count on a well-tailored pair of denim jeans to spice up your casual OOTD—take it from Janine Gutierrez! To add a ‘90s touch to her preppy outfit, the actress styles her look with a buckled belt and boots.



Tricia Gosingtian-Gabunada’s cute, Korean-inspired outfit is easy to recreate! A no-fail formula is to layer a sleeveless dress over a minimalist turtleneck top.

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Now this is a head-turning OOTD you can wear in the office! Liz Uy pairs a tangerine top with a neutral skirt, shoes, and purse. Notice how she created  visual balance by mixing a vibrant piece with subtle hues!



Toni Gonzaga-Soriano layers a white, oversized cardigan over her all-black outfit, pulling off a classy monochromatic look.


Finally, here’s a style trick for those who are feeling ~extra~! Designer Patty Ang layers her signature beaded capelet over a basic turtleneck sweater. By experimenting with different textures, you add dimension—and a whole lot of extra oomph—to your basic outfit.


Artwork by Raff Colmenar