Tuck, tie, belt, knot and twist. All ways that you can style your sweaters. Now, I know what you’re thinking, ‘are there really that many ways to wear a sweater?’ My answer is ‘YES!’ Yes there is. Today I’m going to show you how to tuck and tie your sweaters to really elevate your look. It’s easy to just throw on a sweater and walk out the door which is one way to wear it but today I’m sharing a few more that might interest you. I should note that some of the ways to tuck and tie your sweater will reveal some skin so if this makes you uncomfortable then I recommend styling with high waisted bottoms so less skin is showing. I’m sharing a video of all these methods at the bottom of this post.
This one is obvious but sometimes just letting your sweater hang out just doesn’t cut it. Simply tuck it in. If you’re wearing jeans then add a cute belt for more detail. You can tuck your sweater all the way around or just a small piece in the front. A small front tuck works well with chunkier sweaters.
Tuck into your bra
Take the bottom portion of your sweater in the front (or all the way around if you prefer) and tuck it into the bottom of your bra. This method makes your sweaters look more cropped.
Grab a portion of your sweater in the front and knot it. You can do this right in the middle or off to the side. It’s such a cute detail. This method works best with thinner materials. The chunkier the sweater, the larger and more bulky the knot. Just something to keep in mind.
Tie it in an elastic
Grab a portion of your sweater in the front and tie an elastic around it. You then tuck this tail up into your bra. This method creates a cute twist in the front that you don’t get from the other methods.
Clasp the belt around your waist (over your sweater) and pull the upper portion of your sweater overtop to make it look like a crop. (See video below is this one is confusing) You can also clasp the belt under your sweater and tuck your sweater underneath the belt. This method is a little more secure than just tucking it into your bra. This method works best with heavier and thicker materials.
Thank you all so much for reading and watching. Until next time,