Those of you who’ve been hanging out here for a while know that I’ve got a thing about tops and sweaters that cover my collarbone—I just don’t think they flatter me much. But we’re in the middle of a cold snap here in New York, and suddenly a cozy, high neckline is looking very appealing. Take, for instance, this chic brown specimen.
A camel sweater is just so elegant, and the ever-so-slightly flared sleeves here are a cool touch.
I love the fuzzy texture and hot pink hue of this one, and I don’t mind the side slits either.
The way the arms here are kind of puffy and then narrow at the elbow feels very pricey-Euro-chic to me, but this sweater is from Allsaints and is pretty well-priced.
A cozy cashmere option in icy grey.
Would you call this a jewel tone? Because they are on my mind since so many women turned up at the inauguration in them. Whatever it is, I like it: such a fun, bold way to wear color.
This dolman sleeve specimen is dirt cheap and comes in a decent variety of colors.
The over-long sleeves and contrasting ribbing on this merino turtleneck from La Ligne are both really chic touches.
Another cashmere sweater that’s the just-right amount of slouchy.
I really dig a short-sleeved sweater—so perfect for layering—and have been looking around for a good one for quite some time. This cowl neck might just be the one.
A sharp cable knit sweater that also comes in a very rich cognac.
I thought I’d outgrown being a sucker for an asymmetrical sweater, but clearly not.
This grey cashmere mock neck is designed for a close fit, so if you want something roomier, size up.
This wool-alpaca blend looks hand-knit and fancy to me, but it’s from Cos and rings in under $200.
I like the swingy shape here, and the ribbing on the arms as well.
Just a really good leopard print that’s currently marked down.
The slightly puffy sleeve on this ribbed sweater gives it a feminine touch.
A cute spacedye number that everyone will think is Missoni,
A nicely oversize option from Vince.
I feel like I owned this awesome sweater in the 80s. It also comes in a cobalt-y blue colorway, but I think this option is much more sophisticated.
I like the nubby texture and broken stripes on this one.
This mockneck comes in a zillion colors (many on sale) and is just a good, classic choice.