Over the weekend I picked up this basic sweatshirt from Target. I was really drawn to it because it was so stinking soft but I also loved the fit and the style. I started thinking about how this could be worn so many ways, so today I am sharing just 5 ways to style a basic sweatshirt like this one but really the possibilities are endless.
5 Ways To Style a Basic Sweatshirt
This look is probably the most obvious way to style this sweatshirt and likely the most common. I just tucked in with a pair of jeans and added a pop of color with these fun tassel loafers.
There’s nothing crazy about this look but would make for a great work from home outfit because it’s comfortable but still put together.
I love this look because it shows that not only can you wear this sweatshirt dressed cute but also on those lazy running errand days or even to the gym while you are warming up. This looks makes me want to go back and get this sweatshirt in every color.
To really add some pizzazz to this basic sweatshirt I threw on some wide-leg jeans which I feel like always elevates looks along with a new tie. The necktie definitely spruces up the look and always don’t be afraid to mix prints. Because the jeans and sweatshirt are so neutral I went with a cheetah shoe to tie everything together.
PS: sorry this photo is out of focus. I didn’t realize it until it was too late.
Just because it’s a sweatshirt doesn’t mean you can only wear it with jeans. I love the way this sweatshirt makes this skirt instantly casual and easy to wear.
I went with this skirt because it is very casual and has a lightweight cotton material so it pairs nicely with the sweatshirt. One watch out would be thinking about the fabric together. I wouldn’t recommend going with polyester or dressier fabric because it might look off when styled together.
Lastly, I wanted to throw in one look for fall because it’s quickly approaching. Because of the cream, I wanted to offset this look with black and other dark neutrals. This would be a great transition look because it definitely screams fall but isn’t unbearably hot while we’re in those transition months.