Tuesday, October 4, 2022

The 25 best winter sweaters for women of 2021: Festive, pullovers, more – New York Post

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Let’s talk about how women’s winter sweaters are the new blazers.
Serving as a fine piece of loungewear, a go-to for weekend brunches and a staple to pair with work pants, a quality sweater is one of the most practical articles of clothing to stack in your closet.
From Lulu’s turtlenecks and M.M.LaFleur cashmere sweaters, to ASTR the Label’s knits and The Loft’s petite finds, I’ve garnered quite the cute and cozy collection.
That said, a chunky or striped sweater doesn’t have to break the bank. You can find a wealth of options on Amazon, along with Zaful, for affordable, warm fabrics you’ll want to wear all winter long.
Ahead, find the 25 best women’s winter sweaters we cherry-picked just for you, catering to every style, color and budget. Plus, we included sizing options and if our top picks come in other colors to make online shopping a snap.
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This watermelon-inspired festive sweater is one of the cutest we’ve seen, with ‘merry and bright’ looking like Christmas tinsel. If you don’t want the stereotypical *ugly* sweater, this one will garner many compliments at this year’s holiday party.
Keep things classic with a red and Gingerman design. For less than $20 at Boohoo, the sweater comes in pink, too — also with a sweet candy cane print.
SHEIN has been taking TikTok by storm, and this chic Christmas tree-embossed sweater is the perfect compliment to this subtly sexy off-the-shoulder style.
Going to an Ugly Sweater Party? Tap into the tropics with this decked-out flamingo number that’s less than $35 at Target.
Though a splurge, the textile detail on Boden’s sweaters are second to none. Invest in the cutest reindeer print ever, along with other colorful designs we’re swooning over.
As one of my favorite cardigans, the Belmont Button Down style from ASTR the Label looks great layered with a basic white tank and light wash jeans, or with work pants and heels for a fresh pop of color.
Aerie is the definition of cozy, and its Oversized Cable Cardigan is no exception. Knit to the nines, it’s perfectly oversized without being too big.
The Relaxed Dolman Sleeve Cardigan from Express is great to pair with the brand’s High-Waisted Slide Slit Midi Sweater Pencil Skirt and Cropped Square Neck Sweater Cami. Plus, it’s on sale for just over $40.
Let’s talk about WFH staples. This wrap-around Striped Fringe Cardigan from Anthropologie answers all our chic and cozy boho dreams. And, it doubles as a blanket.
Though we’re approaching winter, we’re still about the fall tones. This peach and ivory cardigan is just the right amount of crop and relatively affordable, just over $50.
We’re gushing over this off-the-shoulder style. With slightly oversized sleeves and an exaggerated neckline, it’s one to pick up in every color.
Flattering and slimming, the Lovers and Friends Booker Sweater from Revolve fits akin to a bodysuit and looks dynamite with leather pants and a solid clutch.
L.L.Bean knows the true meaning of pullover. This cozy knit style is great for snowy winter days or mornings when it’s too frigid to brace the cold. And, it pairs well with the brand’s bean boots and matching socks.
Holy purple — we’re amazed at Free People’s color palette this season. The pullover is the perfect medium between lounge and brunch-aceptable, and we’re digging the brand (especially for gifts).
Madewell’s Dillon Mockneck Pullover Sweater is one of my all-time favorites, notably for the sweet mint color and its cozy fit. It’s an investment piece you’ll always resort to, for sure, and pairs well with the brand’s Chunky Large Hoop Earrings.
As one of our favorite cashmere sweaters, Quince serves all the colors for only $50 (!!!). Seriously, go add one of each to your cart before they’re gone.
M.M.LaFleur knows how to cashmere. I have two of the brand’s Arbus Cashmere Sweaters stocked in my closet for holiday dinners, cozy date nights out and back-to-office treks. And, they’re so dreamy.
For a preppy and polished take on cashmere, consider Everlane’s The Cashmere Polo. Our favorite is the kalamata color (like the olive) but it’s such a staple, it comes in other neutral tones, too.
Ah, J.Crew. The mother of classic fashion. Pick up its bestselling cashmere crewneck in this gorgeous periwinkle shade, along with a palette of others, for just under $120.
Reformation not only has some of the most stunning (and sustainable) dresses, but the brand offers just as spectacular cashmere styles offered at Nordstrom. Oh, and we can’t get over this lovely deep green tone.
Even if it’s winter, wrap tops are still in. Pick up this one from Amazon in all the colors your closet is wishing for.
Plaid will never go out of style, and this split-checked sweater has one of the coziest, relaxed fits we found. Not to mention, it’s a quality option for less than $40.
Black, black baby. Pick up this well-textured waffle knit sweater for a dark-toned natural to add to your winter fashion pile. Plus, it comes in a variety of other shades.
OK, we’re heart eyes for Amazon’s newest sweater arrival, the Ribbed Knit Collar Jumper. It answers all our Pinterest hopes and dreams and looks incredible with denim jeans and gold jewelry.
As a classic trend, color blocking is one to sport this winter. Uniquely, this green and ivory knit is a vivid yet neutral blend that’s fun to style.
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