Best Places to Shop for Fall Sweaters
Saying goodbye to summer might be bittersweet. Goodbye humidity? Yes please. Goodbye slow days and beach weather? Not so much. Regardless, saying hello to sweaters just plain sweet. Comfortable, cozy, and stylish are my criteria for the perfect sweater, and it’s not easy to satisfy all three. So, I’ve developed a list of my top 3 stores I can count on to deliver when the leaves turn crispy and the weather gets chilly.
Sure, it’s on the pricier side of most department stores and boutiques, but the quality makes the investment totally worthwhile. I’ve had sweaters from this store that I consistantly rely on to make an outfit during the winter – they’re well-knit, hardly ever fray, and come in lots of different variations and colors. The versatility of the selection is essential and much-valued in my books, and even better is their dependability. Hit up the stores or website in early September and late August (now!) to get your fill and stock up for the chilly days ahead.
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If you’ve ever been to an Anthropoligie store, you know that the place literally oozes comfort. The racks are lined with turtlenecks you can dip your chin into and cowl necks the burrow in and hide from that less-than-pleasant October breeze. From cozy cardigans to stylish sweater dresses, Anthropolgie is the place to go if you’re in need of a statement piece for your closet.
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The massive, European online retailer supplies majority of the closets across the pond, and there’s a reason: this jumbo store has everything, cozy knits included. From sweaters that’ll engulf you like a blanket, to cropped knit tank tops that pair perfectly with your high waisted skirt, ASOS has it, and a lot of it. Seriously – the hardest part isn’t finding what you want so much as narrowing down all the amazing options. And better yet – you can get cute, trendy things for an affordable price that won’t break your wallet.
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Where will you find your cozy knits this fall? Let us know in the comments below!