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Sweatshirts aren’t just for washing your car or cleaning the house anymore. Dress one up like Letoya Luckett and you just might be date night-ready. The R&B songstress hit the Sip & Share Brunch in Charlotte, North Carolina looking fab in a Mickey Mouse sweatshirt paired adorably with a leather pencil skirt and glasses. She finished her fun look with red lipstick, ankle strap pumps and stacked bracelets on her wrist.

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Take a cue from Letoya Luckett and give your sweatshirt more leverage this winter. Style it with heels and a sleek skirt for a fashion-forward look. Give the sweatshirt a glamorous touch with red lipstick, jewelry and a cool pair of glasses. Ready to give this bold trend a try? Check out three options we found online.

Look #1: ASOS sweatshirt / Gianvito Rossi pumps

Dress up an ASOS sweatshirt with Gianvito Rossi pumps and a River Island skirt. Finish the look with a Michael Kors clutch, a Guerlain KissKiss trio, Muse glasses and Michael Kors earrings.


Look #2: ASOS sweatshirt / Akira pumps

Style an ASOS sweatshirt and skirt with Akira pumps. Round out your look with a Les Petits Joueurs clutch, a Johnny Loves Rosie watch, a Chanel phone case, Tom Ford glasses and Rimmel London mascara.


Look #3: Necessary Clothing sweatshirt / Dolce & Gabbana pumps

Team a Necessary Clothing sweatshirt with a Hugo skirt and Dolce & Gabbana pumps. Bring the look together with a Kate Spade bag, Diane von Furstenberg bracelets, Jean Paul Gaultier perfume and Covergirl lip gloss.



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