The one with the rhombuses (argyle)
If you want it like a college look , match it with a men's shirt and gray flannel trousers. If you want to wear it like Paris Hilton, use a velouté tracksuit and sneakers.
A jacquard of snow
It has as many aspects as it is the characteristic designs that decorate it. You can do more folklore with a brown corduroytrousers and tall boots, more "schoolyardish" wearing it inside an overall or "ski-ish", combining it for example with warm tights and apres ski boots.
A long jacket
It is worn as a coat without its own volume, something that makes it ideal for a hyperactive worker who can wear it in the weekend with cowboy boots and denim in a boho style.
The archetypal is an oversized male sweater that over the woman's body becomes a dress. Combine it with dark opaque stockings or tights, with high heels or ankle boots with "something inside" (eg shirt) or not.
A Lurex Blouse
You try to disconnect it from its (disco) past, but use it as a tease of automatic "glamouring" a daily fabric trouser or a straight woolen skirt.