I think this striped number is awfully cute (it also comes in blue and white) and it’s actually machine washable, which you can’t beat.
This floral pattern appeals, and the white really pops against the light brown.
This striped sweater from Cos also comes in a blue and black colorway, but I’m in love with the pinkness of this iteration.
A recycled cashmere crewneck from Madewell with a nice, boxy-but-not-sloppy shape.
I dig the hints of color on this ecru sweater, and the shoulder buttons are a cool addition.
I’ve already shown you the cardigan version of this leopard print, which I love and want, but I’m also partial to this one. The pops of color are just excellent.
And speaking of small details, I like the wee buttons on the sleeve of this sweater. Unfortunately it’s almost sold out in the black, but click through to see the purple version, which is pretty great too.
And again with the wee details: this mustard yellow crewneck has the best, most subtle hits of very pale pink, which is both unexpected and fun.
This center-seam sweater rings in at under $75 and comes in several good colors.
I love burnt orange, and this textured yarn sweater is pretty much the perfect burnt orange. It also looks pretty luxe to me.
The pops of pink on this zebra-patterned cashmere sweater are just a lot of fun.
This oversized cashmere crewneck from Cos is right up my alley, but if you’re looking for something more form-fitting, check this out.
Most high-low hems look like clothing mullets to me, but the one on this sweater is nice and gradual and totally butt-covering.
A bright and happy space dye sweater that looks like it could be Missoni.
I just really like the nubby texture here.
It’s always worthwhile to remember that J. Crew’s cashmere classic-fit crewneck is very nicely priced, and comes in a veritable rainbow of hues.
And finally: a wool cashmere cable crewneck that’s just cropped enough to look super-cute with high-waisted pants.
I live in a “no acrylic zone”! I have NEVER had good luck with acrylics – they get pilly, stretched out, and really just don’t look that good for long. I DO, however, happily abide in the cashmere arena. 😉
For some reason acrylic always makes me cough…i think I’m allergic
Thanks for sharing the Vince sweater from Nordstrom’s. Just ordered one. I had ordered a similar sweater from Nordstorm’s a few years ago. It was a bit more polished instead of being overly big/sloppy. So it worked well for the office (in the before times) as well as the weekend.
I have found that the J Crew cashmere (and this was a few years ago, so might have changed) sweaters are kinda skimpy in the women’s sizes (especially the arms). I am a size 12 or 14 top and the men’s cashmere sweaters fit me really well in a medium. And they do have specials for cardholders.
Sweater mullet made me giggle. This is a brilliant list. Especially love all the Sezane choices!
I purchased the jcrew sweater in floral multi heather this past weekend. It is 20% off if you have a jcrew card. It fit well and it’s super soft.
Several here I would be happy to own. Great selection, Kim. Also wanted to say Patagonia is doing a recycled cashmere sweater thing. I haven’t seen them in person or tried one on so I can’t attest to the quality or fit or anything else, but I’m a big supporter/fan of Patagonia.
Ditto – I am currently wearing their fleetwith black romper right now – I love them mostly because you can return your items to be recycled and they give you money back or money you can trade towards an upgrade. It’s been a godsend with my two teen’s winter coats as they’ve grown over the years. They do have a nice kind of woven burgundy sweater out now
Great selections! I’m seriously debating the mustard Madewell despite it being, well, mustard.
There’s a sweater Jennifer Aniston wears in the first (or second) episode of Season 2 of The Morning Show – she wears it at her ‘country home’ and it looks amazing. How does one find out where that sweater comes from?