Top 5 of the week: graphic sweaters

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It is so boring to get dressed this time of year, when warmth can take a back seat to style, but these poppy, fun sweaters go a long way towards redressing that balance. This sequin-embellished number might be too much in a brighter hue, but it’s pretty much perfect in marled gray.

A Bowie-esque lightning bolt against a camel backdrop really pops.

You can’t argue with the sentiment here, and I really like the color combination.

The concentric stars here are appealing, in a very 1970s way.

And speaking of the 70s, this sweater put that Bee Gees song into my head, where—maddeningly—it has remained for a while now, but I do think it’s quite cute.

 

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    Kimberly A Samuelson
    11 Jan 2019
    2:47pm

    I bought the Marcus Luffer mouth sweater last year and it is not aging well at all. Very disappointing. My Bella Freud is still in decent shape. And yes it was spendy.

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    MaryAlice
    10 Jan 2019
    11:08am

    That rainbow lightning bolt sweater is calling my name….

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      Viajera
      10 Jan 2019
      11:23am

      Ditto. It is gorgeous.

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        Adrien Arnold
        10 Jan 2019
        1:52pm

        Ugh, yesssss.

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    Maryse
    10 Jan 2019
    11:16am

    As a post menopausal woman that lady sweater reminds me of something totally different.

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      Eloise
      10 Jan 2019
      11:55am

      Was just about to say the same thing!!

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    Maryse
    10 Jan 2019
    11:17am

    Last sweater!

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    Kathi
    10 Jan 2019
    12:20pm

    The small scallops on the neck and sleeves of the star sweater are intriguing. Hmmmm, delightful.

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    Mamavalveeta03
    10 Jan 2019
    11:59pm

    I’m never willing to spend money on something trendy, which graphic sweaters are to me. It’s my midwestern upbringing influenced by my Scottish or Norwegian heritage!

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    Joannawnyc
    11 Jan 2019
    11:20am

    Always happy to find a colorful alternative to the fair isle sweater!

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