Things are getting pretty drab out there, weather-wise, and we still have so much winter to get through, and so why not throw on something bright and cheery instead of succumbing to the relentless grayness of it all? This asymmetrical-hem sweater is a good starter piece if you’re not used to wearing brights.
I like the unexpectedness of the yellow on this cool cashmere Breton-style sweater from Kule.
The spacedye on this short-sleeved sweater reminds me of Missoni, but it’s actually from Cos.
Just a nice, rich green on a well-priced alpaca-blend sweater.
I am loving the combination of stripes and tie-dye here.
A nifty, oversized colorblock cardigan that looks mighty cozy.
I like the loose knit on this one, and how the stripes sort of fade into each other.
The purple stripes here really pop against the more neutral-colored ones.
A half-zip sweater with a very sportif feel.
This pink zebra-stripe number is not left in a lot of sizes, but it’s so good I had to include it anyway.
Thick rainbow stripes give this one a playful vibe.
A super-inexpensive cashmere V-neck in a nice rich blue.
This purple leopard print reminds me of sweaters I owned in 1985.
Just a nice deep red turtlemneck that’s way marked down.
Vertical stripes against a chevron-stripe knit make this one nice and statement-y.
I always like rainbow stripes on a black background, and they look especially chic on this wool and cashmere number.
A deep fuchsia hoodie for kicking around on the weeekend.
I’m just a fan of the cool color combination here.
A green zebra print that’s loud in a really good way.
I love safety orange, and think it looks especially great on this waffle knit recycled cashmere sweater.