Sweater Weather

Sweaters are such a great go-to gift – for the holidays, for winter birthdays, you name it. As long as you’re buying during sweater season, of course. It’s not only practical, but a chance to buy something snuggly, almost as a way to present your giftee with a virtual hug from you whenever they don your gift. With that in mind, I picked out a few sweaters for the ladies today that I think many gals might be pleased to unwrap.

Sweater Weather

Top Row (L to R)
Teal & Grey Sweater – $59.95 @ Mexx: Colour blocking is still very much a trend. This 3/4-length sweater is perfectly suited for a weekend brunch or a day in the office. Also comes in a grey & pink combo.

TOPSHOP Fluffy Sweater – $52 @ The Bay: Pastels have made a surprising impact on fall fashion. This nubby, baby-soft sweater is a perfect way to keep a spring in your step while staying warm.

Geometric Tulip Sailor Sweater – $98 @ Milk Handmade (via Shopcaster): Something about this sweater reminds me of traditional Ukrainian Easter Eggs (aka psyanky). Nordic prints are a perennial sweater motif – this is just a bolder version.

Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details – $54.50 @ RW & Co: The zips give this simple sweater a bit of pep, plus the length makes it a potential match for leggings. Also available in wine red.

Polo-neck Jumper – $59.95 @ H&M: Who says sweaters can’t have a bit of sex appeal? This seemingly innocent white turtleneck actually has sheer panels in the front, giving it chameleon powers depending on what you wear underneath.

Sunday Stylin’ Sweater – $39.99 @ ModCloth: Cheery space-dyed stripes makes this sweater an easy winner. The extra-long sleeves also make sure your wrists and hands will stay toasty between sips of spiced tea.

Shell Pink Sequin Snowflake Sweater – £17.99 @ New Look: If you’re going to do a festive sweater, at least make sure it’s fun and maybe even pretty. This soft blush colour is all over the place right now and is used to great effect with this soft, sparkly pullover.

Lace Print Pullover – $49.50 @ Ricki’s: The lace print actually has a slimming effect by outlining a woman’s natural curves. Plus the bold red colour can read festive or neutral, depending on what you accessorize it with or where you where it to.

Speaking of style, how about a Stansberry bonus entry? Just tell me in the comments below – which of these 8 sweaters is your favourite?

12 Responses to “Sweater Weather”
  1. Debbie Bashford says:

    I like the Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details

  2. Julie G. says:

    I like the Lace Print Pullover

  3. Joan G says:

    I like the Sunday Stylin’ Sweater but I’m not sold on the extra long sleeves.

  4. Annie Demill says:

    I like the Lace Print Pullover and also the Drape Neck sweater

  5. cookie3 says:

    I love the lace print sweater but also love the drape neck sweater.

  6. Grace F says:

    My fave is definitely the dark taupe Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details. I love all sweaters that look good with leggings.

  7. Taps says:

    I love the lace print sweater Bonus entry.

  8. Susan says:

    My favourite sweater today is RW & Co.’s Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details – although I would probably pick it in a different colour if I could!

  9. Diane says:

    My favourite is the Drape Neck Sweater by RW & Co.

  10. Alison K says:

    Bonus Stansberry entry: of these 8 sweaters, my favourite is the “Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details – $54.50 @ RW & Co” … and I was thinking the same thing – with leggings!

  11. beewbedard says:

    I like the Drape Neck Sweater with Zipper Details – $54.50 @ RW & Co:

  12. Bici Love says:

    I like the Sunday Styln’ sweater

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