How To Cozy Up To Oversized Sweaters

There's more to an oversized sweater than a night-in with Flashdance and a tub of Ben & Jerry's. In fact, we're willing to bet that the oversized sweater will be the first thing you'll want to grab, just because of its versatile chicness. Oh yes, we said chic—when styled the right away, an extra-grande knit looks more fabulous than frumpy. Check out our five tips to wearing them with panache (no scrunchies, included!).
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Sparkle On—Turn up the sex appeal of an off-the-shoulder sweater with a sequined micro-mini.

Free People Easy Days Off Sweater, $98, available at Free People.
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Black Is Back—Don't store away your black leggings just yet. It'll be a long time before they go out of style, especially when you have a sleek, gray sweater and some super-high biker boots to wear them with.
Nicole Miller Rib Oversized Sweater, $345, available at Nicole Miller.
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Hide-And-Seek—Everyone has those pants that are extra flattering everywhere but the crotch. It's time to rock your statement pants with the help of an oversized sweater that provides some much-needed coverage.
Joset Black Soft Colour Sweater, $437.25, available at My Wardrobe.
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In-Tents—Just because your top is flowing doesn't mean you need to keep it tight on the bottom. With a pair of wide-legged trousers, an oversized sweater can look way high-fashion. Just remember to keep your shoes tall, and the knit fine.
DVF Ahiga Knit Top, $345, availabel at DVF.
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Short Supply—With a peek-a-boo pair of shorts (leather, lace, something equally as fun), an oversized sweater gets a dash of spunk.
Insight Snake Bite Knit Sweater, $83, available at Threadsence.