How to Wear V-Neck Sweaters & Jeans

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V-neck sweaters and jeans are a very specific look that requires you to keep a few things in mind. Wear v-neck sweaters and jeans with help from the founder of an image consultancy agency in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and today I'm going to be showing you a couple of different ways to wear a V neck sweater with jeans. The first outfit I created is this great heather gray sweater and the reason I love it is that it has this very deep V here. So it's a little bit sexier, it's a little bit more to be worn out at night. The nice thing about it too is that you can pop any color of tank top you want underneath. I chose black for the evening but really gray is your ultimate neutral so you can choose any color you want to go underneath that. Another reason I love this is that it has this little bit of sparkle on it so it dresses it up just a little bit. I popped a belt here at the hip and the nice thing about putting a belt lower here is that it gives you the ability to blouse your sweater right here. So if your tummy is one of your trouble areas, this is a great way to camouflage it. For going out I paired it with a pair of skinny jeans and the reason I did that is because it just makes it a little bit trendier, a little bit sleeker. I would wear this cute little ankle bootie with that. Again that's going to add just a fun little pop of interest and detail all the way to your toes. A more classic version of jeans and a V neck sweater is to take a boot leg cut pair of jeans, pretty straight leg cut. These are going to go with everything. Then next you grab a little sweater that's more of a classic look to it. This has a very low V neck or a short V neck here so you don't really need a tank top underneath it but you could put one if you wanted. Also a great alternative look for this for a little bit more classic look is to put a button down collared shirt underneath. These are two great looks to wear with jeans, a little bit trendier and younger and a little bit more classic. So whatever you choose, just remember, make it your own style. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and thanks for watching.


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