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Are You a Chunky, Cozy Sweater Girl?


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Fuzzywife Fuzzywife 8 years
My husband talked to me about this before we were married, told me to try it if i didnt believe him, i did, and its true. He told me that to most men sweaters were the sexiest thing a woman can wear besides lingerie, but to stay away from thick knits, poorly fitting, and super hairy ones, a little short fuzz is good but not necessary. Also V and scoop necks are better than turtlenecks but tnecks work with a "good" bust. I bought a few and just wore them with jeans. I got and still get considerably more attention from quality guys than when i wore my halters and shorts. Dont believe me? try it.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 9 years
I love them but I always look frumpy when I wear chunky knits. If I were petite I'd wear them all the time but they just make me feel strange at my size.
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 9 years
Hell no. They are ugly.
emalove emalove 9 years
Yes! Wrap-style ones are my favorite. I'm always cold. And I love the way they look layered over a pretty, feminine dress.
baltimoregal baltimoregal 9 years
Yeah, I'm short, busty & allergic to wool. AND I can't wear turtlenecks without feeling claustrophobic. So I'm afraid it's layers for me!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 9 years
Amen WhiplashGirl. My sweater turtlenecks (they make my neck nonexistant), no wool/wool blend (insanely itchy....even low grade cashmere is too itchy for me), and it can't be big and chunky. Makes me look big and chunky. I prefer thinner sweaters I can layer over/under. MUST be soft.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
I ahte itchy things! Like I can't STAND them! So I rarely wear sweaters...
piraterie piraterie 9 years
They don't look good on me, and I don't really like feeling all bulky anyway. Cute on other people, but just not for me.
OliveBlack OliveBlack 9 years
I like the idea in theory, but in reality, I prefer thin layers. I tend to overheat in thick woollies.
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 9 years
it's hard to find ones that aren't made of wool, which i'm insanely allergic to. boo.
princessAlexi princessAlexi 9 years
I love them with skinny jeans and tall boots!
kitkatherine kitkatherine 9 years
i always feel dwarfed and awkward. being 5' 2"(almost...not quite), it's easy for things that are too large to dwarf me and really make me look tiny, which isn't always a bad thing, but huge sweaters just always make me feel like i'm wearing my boy's clothing. i like it on other girls though, and i see it and i want to wear them, but then they just don't work out for me.
SmallTownFab SmallTownFab 9 years
It's hard to find ones that are flattering, but I love them none the less....I live in northern Ontario, and we get a lot of snow. I love to cuddle up in a oversized, cozy sweater and relax.
--Natalie-- --Natalie-- 9 years
I like it.
SweetFirefly SweetFirefly 9 years
I would be if I didn't live in Florida.
aimeeb aimeeb 9 years
Yes, but it has to look a certain way...
littlemissme littlemissme 9 years
Wish I had more chunky, cozy sweaters!
wren1 wren1 9 years
I love a big snuggly sweater on a cold day. but not an itchy one!
penguins268 penguins268 9 years
Very very true, whiplashgirlchild
WhatTheFrockBlog WhatTheFrockBlog 9 years
I wish I could wear them but those kinds of sweaters don't look very flattering on those of us who are, um, well-endowed up front.
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