I don’t think you understand how excited I am that it’s finally sweater weather! Pullovers are basically all I wear when the temperature starts to drop, but it still hasn’t gotten to the I-can’t-feel-my-face kind of cold. The slouchier the better.
I feel like Free People’s Lurex Stripe Pullover (pictured above) is about to be all I wear for the next three weeks. It’s super cozy and with an oversized fit, a scoop neck and wide dolman style sleeves.
Talk about comfy, last week when we were prop shopping, Joanna impulsively picked up the chronicle texture pullover sweater from Made Well and I’ve basically seen her wear it every day since. It’s knit from super-soft yarn, has relaxed drop sleeves and a cool exaggerated shirttail hem plus this color is soooooo good.
Bold graphic statements are definitely more up my alley and the two-tone knit on this bobble knit sweater is what my fall dreams are made of. A mix of metallic and mohair yarns give this so much dimension and texture. It’s super boxy and on-trend with those dropped shoulders and oversized sleeves.
Vince Camuto has just the right amount of playfulness in this chenille embroidered mock neck sweater. The embroidered flowers add a touch of girlish whimsy to the speckled cottony-soft sweater with a roomy fit, long raglan sleeves and such a good mock neckline.
Keep things extra cozy with a blend of laidback streetwear and high-fashion in the crisse sweater. Wood Wood’s neat silhouettes and minimalist layering pieces shine through in this gridded mock turtleneck that is begging to be paired with your favorite skinnies or cute skirt.