As you can see from this week’s posts so far, I’m on a real color kick these days, I think because it’s so easy to get into a style rut in the winter, and color seems like a reliable way to change things up. Most of my high-rotation sweaters are black or grey, but I think it would be fun to throw something like this lively colorblock cardigan into the mix.
And here’s another colorblock option, from Alex Mill.
A very sharp-looking sweater jacket in rich fuchsia.
A poppy red fair isle cardigan that I like the idea of layering with a contrasting pattern, like here.
A perfect pink crewneck that’s really just as easy to pull on as a black one, but is so much more fun.
The space dye stripes here make this one look like Missoni.
I always think rainbow stripes are best against a dark background, and here is an excellent object lesson as to why.
A very sportif cardigan that comes in a few other good colors.
Really digging the pink and brown combination here.
Such a rich red here.
I’ve wanted to incorporate a polo sweater into my wardrobe for a while now, and this one is just so good.
A sweet kelly green cardigan.
I think the shape here is really standout: chunky but not too chunky, and just kind of perfect.
This Fair Isle sweater is a subtler shade than most of the ones I’ve gathered here, and would therefore be a good choice for easing into color.
And finally, a chunky striped number with an appealingly deep V-neck.