A sweater like this paired with sweats is becoming my fall uniform lately—it’s a look that says I made an effort, but not a huge one, which sounds about right at the moment. This one from Madewell is made of recycled cashmere, and I like the patch pockets and really good navy hue.
Spacedye is always chic, and you could easily fool people into thinking this one is Missoni.
I am crazy for the texture of this one (which also comes in a few other good colors). It reminds me of a much, much pricier sweater by A Detacher I splurged on a couple of winters ago.
And here’s another furry one, which is very well-priced.
The side tie on this one is appealingly Japanese-y.
This Fair Isle sweater has such an appealing color combination, and I really dig the gold buttons, which give it an authentic, old-school feel.
The pockets here make this one a good stand-in for a jacket on days that aren’t too too cool.
This one looks like it was dug up at a vintage store, and I like the shawl collar, which is something I typically do not like.
The polished detailing here is kind of Chanel-ish.
If I was only going to buy one sweater this season (and so far I’ve actually purchased none) it would be this extra-versatile one from Vince.
The contrasting stripes here are cool.
The leopard print details at the pocket on this one are just fabulous.
This cropped number would be perfect for pairing with a dress.
This is pretty much the perfect long black cardigan. Its beauty lies in its simplicity.
The white buttons here really pop, and it’s the just-right amount of chunky.
OK, this one is on the splurgier side, but it’s boucle cashmere, which just sounds so luxe.
And finally: a nice long one that’d be ideal for lounging about.