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Make statements in sweaters

By  Maria Diamond
07 May 2022   |   3:53 am
The fashion of sweaters in Africa is such that it works only during two major cold climate conditions, harmattan and rainy season.

The fashion of sweaters in Africa is such that it works only during two major cold climate conditions, harmattan and rainy season.

For lovers of sweaters, as the rains gradually dominate the season, it’s that time of the year when the cold effect from this climate condition gets you to rock your sweaters in all its shades, styles and designs to warm you up whilst looking gorgeous.
  
However, if you’re still struggling with the idea of a sweater as a statement making piece, it would interest you to know that gone are the days when these pieces were functional wears for warmth alone. It is now a fashionable, elegant and versatile iconic outfit for both men and women.

Types of Sweater
Cardigan – This is an iconic button-up design and wide V-neck sweater. Cardigan is a timeless fashion piece that is versatile and classy for both men and women. Most men prefer cardigan as it bestows a smart look for both casual and formal outfit.
 
Irrespective of the gender, this comfortable, warm and elegant piece goes perfectly for all occasions so long as you pair and style appropriately. Styling with a pair of body fitted trousers or jeans depending on the occasion would come out perfect.

Turtleneck sweater – This one is a style classic that holds firm on your neck to provide extra warmth for the coldest days. It can be paired as desired.

Sweater Vest– This is a round or V-neck sleeveless piece worn over a shirt. This knitted piece makes a perfect accompaniment for a formal suit or a casual outfit when paired with jeans.

Sweater Dress – This piece is basically for women as it is built and shaped in long straight-sided pullover to be worn alone without pairing. More importantly, they are one of the most comfortable outfits for office wear during the cold weather.

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