Outfit | Berenika Czarnota Ribbed Sweater

9. February 2016

fashion-landscape.com | Berenika Czarnota Ribbed Sweater

Wearing: Berenika Czarnota Ribbed Sweater c/o, H&M Leather Cropped Flared Pants (old but similar here and here), Mango Slingbacks (shop similar here), Ray-Ban Sunglasses c/o, and a Saint Laurent Bag

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I must confess I am not the biggest fan of layering nor of the ‘homeless chic’ aesthetic that’s been so popular during the past couple of years. Instead, I’d wear a huge thick ribbed sweater any day or will simply throw on an oversized wool coat to keep myself warm. Less layers = the better. Less is definitely more in this case for me and the clearer the lines in an outfit, the more it catches my eye.

This architectural ribbed sweater by Berenika Czarnota, an amazing Polish designer I recently discovered, is a work of art in its own right. It’s definitely a piece that will stand the test of time and will add structure and volume to any outfit. Pair it with slim pants to play with and balance the outfit’s proportions and finish the look with sleek yet comfy heels.

How about you? If you had to choose, do you prefer layering or wearing thick knits/wool coats?

Hope you are all having an awesome week so far. x


Ich muss zugeben, dass ich kein großer Fan von Layering bin. Die ‘Homeless Chic’ Ästhetik, die in den letzten Jahren so populär geworden ist, ist einfach nichts für mich. Statt viele Schichten zu tragen würde ich lieber einen dicken XXL-Pulli oder einen übergroßen Mantel anziehen. Umso weniger Schichten ein Outfit hat, desto attraktiver erscheint es, da für mich klare Linien am wichtigsten sind.

Dieser strukturierte Strick-Pullover von Berenika Czarnota, einer großartigen Designerin aus Polen, ist ein Kunstwerk. Er ist ein zeitloses Kleidungsstück, dass einem Outfit spielerische Proportionen geben wird. Man kann ihn mit Skinny-Hosen oder Midi-Röcken kombinieren und dazu trägt man High-Heels.

Wenn ihr euch nur für eins entscheiden müsstet, was würdet ihr lieber tragen? Schichten oder dicke Pullis, Mäntel, oder Jacken?

Ich hoffe, ihr habt bisher eine tolle Woche gehabt.


Debo confesar que no soy fanática de las superposiciones ni de la estética ‘homeless chic’ que se ha popularizado en los últimos años. En vez de llevar varias capas, prefiero ponerme un maxi abrigo o un jersey de punto muy grueso. Entre menos capas, mejor, ya que considero que las lineas claras en un outfit lo hacen más atractivo.

Éste jersey es de Berenika Czarnota, una diseñadora polaca que descubrí hace poco. Es una pieza de dimensiones monumentales y con una estructura que parece inspirada en un capullo que agregará un juego de proporciones a cualquier outfit. Lo podéis llevar con pitillos o con faldas midi, pero lo más importante es agregar tacones para lograr balance y armonía en el conjunto.

En caso de estar forzadas a escoger una opción, ¿qué preferiríais? ¿Capas y superposiciones o abrigos y jerseys gruesos?

¡Espero estéis teniendo una feliz semana!

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3 comments so far.

3 responses to “Outfit | Berenika Czarnota Ribbed Sweater”

  1. Vicky says:

    Die Crop Pants sind echt cool und super schön zu den Slingback Pumps!!!

    hab einen schönen Tag!
    Vicky // The Golden Bun

  2. Vanessa says:

    Love love love!!!

    Der Pulli in Kombination mit der Hose sieht super aus <3


  3. Lavinya says:

    I am fan of both layering and chunky knits! Your jumper is definitely a work of art, I love the balloon arms! – x

    Lavinya Royes – Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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