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I’ve been a Sézane fan and customer for years now. The Parisian based brand has chic wardrobe pieces that are classic and timeless. The first thing that drew me to the brand many years ago was their sweaters. I am a bit of a collector. I do live in New England after all, where it’s sweather weather at least 8-9 months out of the year.
I’m going to walk you through how to create a classic and stylish look with your Sézane sweaters. Whether you’re dressing up for a special occasion or wearing a sweater for a casual night out, I’ll show you how to create looks with classic pieces that will stand the test of time in your wardrobe. So, whether you’re ready to buy your first Sézane sweater or are an avid fan, you’ll find plenty of ideas and inspiration to help you master the art of styling a Sézane sweater.
Sézane sweaters are well made, come in classic styles, and they’re incredibly versatile and easy to style. They are comfortable too, and will compliment any wardrobe for years to come. Some of my tried and true favorites include their classics like the Leontin Sweater, the Gaspard Cardigan, the Betty Cardigan and the Lucas Jumper. There are plenty of styles to choose from whatever your style may be, and today I’m showing you how to style Sézane sweaters with plenty of outfit ideas for every season.
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Sézane Sweater Outfit Ideas
Leontin Sweater and Le Crop Jeans
The Leontin is probably my favorite Sézane sweater. I got this style when it first came out a few years ago and it’s still such a classic. It now comes in a bunch of additional color options. It’s organic cotton with a slight balloon sleeve. It looks great with jeans and shorts and it’s the perfect style for tucking in because it’s not too long. I sized up in this style for an oversized fit but the length is slightly cropped so I’d recommend getting your true size or one size up.
Wear it with white jeans or shorts for spring and summer and pair it with leather sandals for a classic and preppy look.
Sami Jumper and Straight Leg Trousers with Sandals
The Sami jumper is a gorgeous neutral knit with a button sleeve detail that makes it anything but boring. I wore this on our warm weather getaway in Florida and got tons of compliments.
I love it paired with these straight leg pants for an elevated and sophisticated look that’s still so comfortable and effortless. For spring and summer leather sandals are great and for fall loafers or flats are a nice option. This look would be a great outfit for the office, especially in the warmer months if you work in an office building that blasts the AC. It looks professional and polished but also really comfortable.
Gaspard Cardigan with White Tank and Jeans
The Gaspard Cardigan is a Sézane classic. They’ve had this style for years and it’s absolutely timeless. What I love about this style is you can wear it open as a cardigan with the buttons in the front or wear it closed with the buttons in the back as a pullover sweater. I really like the navy because it’s such a versatile color for a wardrobe, but the Gaspard comes in a bunch of beautiful shades.
This style fits fairly true to size but it’s recommended to size down if you’re in between sizes. I did size down and like that it’s more fitted that way. It’s a nice light cardigan that keeps you warm but is a thinner knit so easy to layer under jackets or blazers. It looks great with everything from jeans or trousers to dresses.
Lucas Jumper with Skinny Trousers and Clogs
The Lucas Jumper is a great knit for fall and winter (and spring if it’s chilly where you live). It’s a slightly chunkier knit sweater with a front button detail and ribbing at the sleeves and hem. This style will keep you warm and cozy layered over a button down or black turtleneck in the winter months.
Betty Cardigan with Maxi Dress and Booties
The Betty Cardigan is more like a jacket made with merino wool. It has a shirt collar and front pockets with buttons. I ordered several sizes up in the Betty Cardigan because I wanted it oversized, but this style of jacket is cropped so keep that in mind. It looks great over dresses but also can be styled in a casual outfit with jeans and booties.
Tunic Jumper with Skinny Trousers and Clogs
The Josette Tunic Jumper is incredibly warm and cozy. It’s one of my favorite oversized sweaters for cold weather. This would be a great style to pair with knee high boots, but I also love it with skinny trousers and clogs.
Another great winter outfit is to pair it with wide leg jeans and a wool coat. This would look really cute if you have fitted leather pants or faux leather leggings with booties.
Cropped Jose Jumper With White Jeans
If you’re looking to add a pop of color the Jose jumper is so pretty in blue or pink. It’s a thicker knit perfect for chilly weather with a slightly cropped fit. I also love it with the Le Crop jeans and booties for spring. You could dress up this sweater with a midi skirt or layer it over a dress like I did here.
Louise Jumper with Wide Leg Jeans
The Louise Jumper is one of my favorite neutral sweaters. It looks gorgeous dressed up or with a casual outfit like wide leg jeans and a wool coat. This style also looks really chic with the Cyprien Straight Pants. I love this style for fall and winter because it’s a lighter knit but very warm. The button sleeve detail is so pretty too.
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