Can I use the expression "Not faraway" when wanting to talk about another matter that is strongly related to the previous one?
She always appears in the most beautiful clothes ever. Not faraway, her sister gets out with very casual if not cheap clothes.
The two sentences are in contradict to each other, so "On the other hand" and similar expressions can perfectly work. But regardless that, I want to convey the initial description above.
"Faraway" has two meanings in which one is literal:
A long way away
While the other one is:
If you have a faraway expression, you look as though you are not thinking about what is happening around you
The meaning I want to achieve is not explicitly stated, besides that I want it in its negative form in order to fit.