No One Will Ever Surpass Chloe Bailey’s Chic Sweater Weather Look

The singer-actress took cozy dressing to new heights.
Chloe Bailey

Chloe Bailey.

When you think “sweater weather,” do visions of cozy, yet simple knits come to mind? While that’s likely the case for most of us, singer-actress Chloe Bailey just took the aesthetic to an entirely new level.

On Tuesday, the 25-year-old attended the world premiere of Amazon Prime Video’s Candy Cane Lane in an absolutely stunning Kwame Adusei sweater dress made of the coziest-looking material. The brown wool maxi dress featured an attached scarf wrapped artfully around Bailey’s head, while the gown hugged her curves perfectly. 

The ensemble, styled by Timothy Luke Garcia, was accented by bold and beautiful glam, including lots of lashes and an oxblood-colored lip. Bailey accessorized with an oversized pair of silver hoop earrings and several bangle bracelets. She showed off her look on Instagram on Nov. 29, the day after the Los Angeles event took place.

“sweater weather 🤎✨,” Bailey aptly wrote in her caption. “was so happy to create the opening and closing songs for the movie Candycane Lane.. watch me perform them tonight on NBC during the Rockefeller Christmas Lighting!”

Tons of the “Have Mercy” singer’s 7.1 million followers, including her sister, The Little Mermaid actress Halle Bailey, chimed in to the comments section with compliments.

“so amazing!!!! 😍😍,” Halle gushed.

Candy Cane Lane, the comedy-horror film starring Eddie Murphy and Tracee Ellis Ross, hit the streaming platform on Friday, Dec. 1. On Wednesday evening, Bailey performed songs from the soundtrack at the annual Rockefeller Christmas tree lighting ceremony hosted by Kelly Clarkson in New York City.

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