Today I’m sharing some of cute sweaters perfect for fall layering.
I’m all about the extra layers when it’s colder during the fall and winter. I always seem to be cold so having something cozy and cute is essential. So often sweaters are either one of the other. In today’s post I’ve pulled together some sweaters that will be sure to keep you warm and also give you a classic, pulled together look to your outfit. As always, you can find all of my fashion blog posts here. I also share my everyday outfits on Instagram, so be sure to check me out on there.
There’s nothing more perfect for fall than a button down cardigan (affiliate link). You can have it on in the morning and when it warms up in the afternoon it’s super easy to unbutton or take off entirely. I love that cardigans don’t add a lot of bulk to outfits either. Similar to cardigans, I love simple classic pieces like this crewneck sweater in black (affiliate link). It’s made of cashmere so it’s sure to be soft and feel great against your skin.
I’m all about the stripes, and blue stripes are my absolute favorite. You knew that I had to include a blue striped sweater (affiliate link) in this roundup. The stripes add some interest. Cables are a classic when it comes to sweaters, so I made sure to add one. This cream cabled sweater (affiliate link) would pair perfectly with a pair of jeans and boots. It’s the perfect fall outfit.
I’m all about the v-necks – whether it’s a t-shirt or a sweater. Camel is a staple color for me – especially during the fall, so combining the two in one sweater (affiliate link) is one of my favorite sweaters in this post. It would be perfect with a collared chambray shirt layered underneath, a pair of black skinny jeans and flats. Leopard is a great choice to wear during the fall with it’s mix of blacks and browns. This sweater (affiliate link) would be really cute with a black skirt.
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What’s your favorite go to sweater for fall?
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