As it is officially sweater weather, I figured it would be an appropriate time to show you a few ways to wear a sweater, instead of just over jeans or with a skirt. I hope this gives you some inspiration!
With A Dress
This is a great way to dress up your sweater for the winter. You could also pair a dress with a long sweater, instead of a cropped one, like I did in this OOTD.
Everyone loves to wear leggings and a big sweater every day in the colder months, so here is a way to look cute while staying comfortable. Instead of just black leggings, I threw on some textured tights and added a pink tank under my sweater, to make sure it covered everything! It looks put together and adorable, but I feel like I’m wearing pajamas.
As A Dress
One of my favorite types of sweaters is a sweater dress. Sweater dresses are so pretty and can be dressed up or down. In this outfit, which I wore yesterday, I paired it with some heels and a big scarf. This is also a great way to wear colors in the fall and winter.
A sweater with shorts may seem like a typical outfit combo, but there are definitely ways to spice it up. I chose an 80s inspired outfit by pairing a retro cropped sweater with some high waisted shorts and black tights. You could also go with a longer sweater and tuck it in to the high waisted shorts.
Thanks so much for reading! Please comment and tweet or Instagram me (@maurabugara) a photo of your favorite way to wear a sweater this season!
After searching high and low for this product at my local drugstores, it finally arrived at Target! I have had the original Lip Therapy for a while and have not been too pleased, so I figured this one would be better (I do not know what my logic was). The original Lip Therapy did absolutely nothing for me. I saw no improvement and the consistency was just horrendous. My lips felt so heavy and sticky after applying the Lip Therapy and I was receiving no benefits from it.
I bought the Rosy Lips Lip Therapy because I figured it would be less tacky and a little more moisturizing. The Rosy Lips is not nearly as sticky and heavy as the original Lip Therapy, but it does have its flaws. It still makes my lips uncomfortable, but not to the point where I cannot stand wearing it. Also, it does not have the best results; I could wear this if my lips are a little dry, but if they are stinging and I am going out in the cold, this would not be my best option. Though, I do love the pink tint it gives my lips. I think the best way to wear the Vaseline Lip Therapy Rosy Lips is as a lip balm. Because of the texture of Vaseline products, it adds extra shine to the lips, as well as a beautiful, subtle pink color. I would say, for the price ($2), it is a good purchase as a backup balm to carry incase your favorite is lost or forgotten.