I started noticing these popping up around a year ago, and it’s a trend I can really get behind, because even though it is indeed a trend, it’s also quite a classic look. I haven’t pulled the trigger on one yet, and I think it’s probably only a matter of time till that happens. But which one to go for? Perhaps this charcoal-hued, ribbed number? It also comes in several other good colors.
The spread collar is a cool touch here, as is the slightly heavier weight, and of course the mustard yellow.
A sweet and bright option that really pops.
This chunky, ribbed specimen is so elegant in that oatmeal-ish hue.
First of all, the orange here is just outstanding, and I like that it’s Merino wool—which is so nicely un-itchy.
This one from Vince is made from boiled cashmere, which sounds so cozy and luxe. It also comes in black, and I am deeply torn over which I prefer.
Relatedly, this Loft sweater also comes in a black stripes/white background iteration, which seems like it would be ideal for spring and summer. Also, it sells for just a hair above $75, which isn’t at all bad.
Just a nicely slouchy option from Madewell, in a deeply neutral hue.
This cashmere V-neck is marked down, and has a nicely deep neckline.
I really dig the front pockets on this navy cardigan, as well as the slightly cropped silhouette.
And finally, a short-sleeved version from Kule that you could have all sorts of fun layering.