Sweater Weather Time
Posted: Sep 22 2014
In many other parts of the world, fall and winter is coming to pass. In Singapore though, we're just waiting for the haze to pass. Yes, the weather is getting kind of dreary and tempers are kind of frayed, but don't let that get in the way of your fashion!
Over at Hollyhoque, we've prepared a range of happy colored sweaters just for you. This way, your wardrobe as well as your mood will be definitely livened up.
Take this upcoming Show Your Stripes Knit for example! With its bubbly color, you just cannot find it in yourself to be unhappy! Wear it with a cute pinafore dress or a skater skirt to look super cute! Don't forget to paint your nails with a wash of bright and throw on your favorite sneakers - the look just wouldn't be complete otherwise!
If you find yourself simply unable to wear long sleeves, then incorporate the knits in a different way. A simple knit top put together with a flowing skirt should be enough to do the trick in keeping you cool! Our upcoming Graceful Lady Stripe Knit Dress is a perfect ensemble as such, and only needs simple accessorizing before heading out.
For those with date nights and want a good balance between sultry and conservative, why not opt for our For Fur-ever Knit Tunic? Though it might look heavy on, it's insanely lightweight, breezy and comfortable! Up the oomph-factor by wearing sheer tights, or go with leather jeggings for extra edge. Throw on a scarf if you're not too much of an accessories person, and a Play the Party Chained Bag, because simple is the way to go with this one.
Adding a touch of quirkiness and cheerfulness to corporate wear shouldn't be difficult either! Check out this On Cloud Shine Shirt that we've matched together with our Black Chandelier Necklace, Hold on Tight Midi Skirt and upcoming Crafter Dinner Knit Cardigan! Who says you cannot inject some fun into class?
Now that you've mastered many ways to dress up some cool weather clothing, go out there and prove how much of a fashionista you really are!
Model: Ang Geck Geck