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Ultimate Fall Sweater Guide


While you’re very aware that denim is my number one favorite piece of clothing, followed very closely behind, and possibly tied for first are sweaters. I get so excited this time of year when brands start pushing out their new knitwear, and this season I’m seeing so many great options. From updated basics, to statement pieces that won’t break the bank, here is my list of sweaters that you need for this fall! Over half of them are less than $75!
1. Sea NY — I recently unboxed this sweater in a YouTube video and have gotten so many questions about it! It also comes in blue and beige, and there’s an affordable version here!
2. JoosTricot — I wore this a few times during Paris Fashion Week, and it inspired me to make an entire shopping guide just for metallic knits here!
3. See by Chloe (affordable version here) — I love the ties on the sleeves that make it so much more interesting. I’m wearing it in the collage above!
4. BP ($45) — This sweater reminds me of a favorite of mine from Vince that I’ve had for years.
5. Mango ($60)
6. Topshop ($65) Also comes in 3 other colors!
7. Topshop ($65)
8. Madewell
9. Mango — The puffy sleeves are what sells me on this one. Everyone needs a basic black sweater, and just that small detail will make you stand out even on your lazy days.
10. Sea NY — This is the same one as #1, but I had to call it out on it’s own because there’s also an IDENTICAL version from Mango for $60.
11. Chloe — I just wore this in this blog post during NYFW!
12. Something Navy x Treasure & Bond — You guys know this is my number one this fall and it’s only $99!
13. Mango — If you don’t have an oversized turtleneck, you don’t know what real comfort is. Get this sweater and you’ll thank me afterwards.
14. ASOS — same thing goes for oversized cardigans and this one is $50!
15. ASOS ($48)
16. Vince


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