Is it a pullover? Is it a foulard?
It is true that the way you style your clothes can totally change your look. Some fashion-savvy girls are masters at using styling tricks to improve the silhouette of their outfits and obtain fresh new looks using garments they already have in their wardrobes.
The co-founder and Chief Brand Officer of Moda Operandi, Lauren Santo Domingo, has, of course, many styling tricks up her sleeve. The American entrepreneur, who’s just re-launched her e-commerce site, was seen wearing the most clever trick that is perfect for this season.
Another stylish woman used the same styling trick to attend London Fashion Week recently, and also last year. Lisa Aiken, the Fashion Director at Moda Operandi, has an expert’s eye when it comes to putting together an outfit. She’s been in fashion for almost fifteen years, having worked as Fashion Editor at Matches, Mytheresa.com and the Net-A-Porter group before joining Moda Operandi.
So you can be sure that when you spot these two young women sporting the same style, it will soon be copied by fashion-enthusiasts all around the world!
The styling trick in question is so smart, yet so simple; anyone can pull it off. Plus, it is perfect for fall when you still have warm days, but you never know whether it will get chillier or not. So what can you do if you don’t want to go around carrying a pullover in your bag?
There are a few answers to this question: tie your knitwear around your waist, which isn’t really flattering, or wear it on your shoulders, which is a bit too preppy and boring. Or, Ta-Ta; wear it tied around your neck as if it were a foulard or a scarf!
The result is a contemporary and fun look that will keep you warm in autumn and add some edge to any outfit. You can achieve this look using your fav knitwear. But, because one can never have too many pullovers, check our selection of beautiful pieces in fall colours: