of the sweater
Personally I love to see this sweater tucked into trousers or a skirt. Do you know why it looks so good? Because it’s so softly and subtly fitted that it totally suits any type of trouser, whether fitted or wide. With the former it gives a really balanced look because the neckline accentuates the shoulders, and with the latter it invokes a more stylish air. So, without doubt it works both ways.
Wear with high boots for fitted pants, or flat laced Converse style canvas shoes with wide trousers.
Hairstyle: When your clothes are that bit more fitted, I like the rest of the look to be cleaner, and hairstyles should be a little more sophisticated or classic than sexy. Thing about putting hair up, perhaps a ballerina style low chignon, or else a high bun to accentuate the neck.
Make up: Use a really fluid foundation and plenty of mascara. The liquid texture of the base plumps up the complexion to give a hydrated look.
For an extra-special look
To maintain the carefree sophistication of this look, this colour combination along with the knitted finish goes so well with black or white jeans. Ballet pumps, always a favourite, finish this off with a very French look that is so feminine that it suits us all.
Hairstyle: Loose and carefree, flowing hair adds the finishing touch – that “just rolled out of bed” look which in fact took plenty of work to achieve! Clips and more clips – keep them visible – combining textures from straight to wavy – that typical 7 a.m. hair.
Make up: Very natural. You need only a little lightly tinted moisturizing foundation like a BB cream – and plenty of lip balm.
Why did I design it this way?
Putting a pure white with black usually attracts light, but when we combine an off-white instead, the aesthetic image chills out a little, making us look that bit more beautiful.
Agnés Sunyer quality certificate: The fabric used in this garment has been manufactured specifically for the brand by a sustainable workshop, where professionals have a decent salary.