„Oh, we used to wear those sweaters when we were young, are they trendy again?“ It’s likely that either your parents, grannies or other people who were born in the former decade already asked you this question. And now that’s a fact: with a chunky Norwegian knit sweater, the chances are even higher. Back in the 70s of course, they styled those comfy companions with flared jeans and ski outfits. This season, however, the jumpers are getting their update: they match perfectly with the chunky sneaker trend.
How to Style Chunky Sweaters
Whether you like the current temperature situation or not, the sweater weather season is not over yet. Just keep in mind that the actual cold months from January to at least March are still pending. Luckily, chunky Norwegian knits provide a cozy remedy in this regard. All cuddled up just like in a blanket, the jumpers keeps you warm and make your outfits look stylish and fashionable at the same time. Actually, their talent is to be a great all-rounder, since they match with different styles; from skinny jeans to cycling shorts or wide-leg pants, there is always a way of styling the wintery sweater accordingly. Considering the freezing weather conditions, they apparently work as layering looks as well. Just wear a turtleneck underneath, throw over a long coat and there you go!
How to Make the Most out of the Versatile Chunky Sweater
Considering that the trend of chunky sweaters has just came up simultaneously with the dropping thermometer, the chunky sneakers hype, in contrast, has been around for quite a while now. And it will stay. Especially when looking at the several 90s inspired collections for the upcoming spring/summer 2019 season, chunky dad sneakers will keep on being your good and comfy friends.
So, such as it is worth it to invest in new Norwegian knits (or check out the great amount of sale offers), it makes sense to keep an eye on the sneakers’ side as well. Since they look best together, let’s call them the chunky power duo of the season, which is definitely „trendy again“.