These are what I see myself living in this fall and into winter, because why not? They’re comfy, no-fuss, and have become, in recent years, increasingly cool. This tie dye number has such a gorgeous and rich color combination, and no two are exactly alike.
A coffee-hued leopard print that makes a statement, but not too much of one.
This one from Allsaints has such a graceful waterfall front.
This slightly cropped baloon-sleeved sweatshirt looks just as polished as any V-neck sweater might.
How fun and graphic is this zebra print from Kule? I especially like the pops of blue and red at the sleeves.
This Rachel Comey specimen isn’t cheap, but it’s so damn chic and looks like the kind of piece that’d go into seriously high closet rotation.
I dig the rainbow-ish stripes here; they really pop against the grey.
Just a classic black sweatshirt at a good price.
This short sleeve puff shoulder sweatshirt from The Great is pretty sweet, and would be good layered over a long-sleeved T-shirt.
I really love the fuzzy texture here, as well as the handy side-zips.
Such a chic-yet-classic little dolman sleeve option that also comes in a good inky black, and is just about cheap enough to spring for both, if you so choose/can’t make up your mind.
The old-school details are stellar on this one.
And of course you know how cute and flattering I think a twist-front is.
This seems appealingly lightweight, and I dig the camo print.
This lace-up sweatshirt from Madewell has appealingly wide sleeves.
The puff sleeve here is sweet and borderline prissy, but not if you pair it with beaten in jeans or cargo pants.
I just really love this blue.
And finally: a python print, for when you’re feeling sassy.