Sweaters: One of the best thing about cold weather…….

I spent Christmas in my hometown of Oakland, California where the weather was just beautiful. Endless 58 degree days where a light jacket was all that was required to stay warm. Now, I am back in NYC and I am freezing. To help cope with my new reality I’ve spent my Saturday looking at all the best sweaters for winter. As we get ready for the New Year I want to support everyone in making the most of this awkward bit of time between Christmas and New Years by helping you have plenty of things to shop for during the holiday break.

First up: Turtle Neck Sweaters.

Possibly one of the biggest sweater trends this season is the turtleneck sweater and I live in mine. I have the Grey one featured below and its easily one of my favorite winter staples, especially living on the east coast. Below you will find my favorite finds from this weekend at every price point.

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Grey Turtleneck sweater (I’ve worn mine probably 5+ times already this winter)
Beautiful bright pink oversized turtleneck sweater

Next: Bold Colors

Bold, bright, and colorful sweaters are adding a burst of color this winter making the season less dark and dreary. The first sweater (featured below) was one of my favorite finds of the weekend. The variety of colors makes it easy to pair with items already in your wardrobe and the contrast of the pale pink, bright orange, and green give it a unique color palette.

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Drop shoulder striped sweater: Under $25!
Coral red balloon sleeve cable knit sweater
Jade Green turtleneck sweater: great jeweled tone making this a sure closet staple.
Yellow sweater with texturized details, under $30!

Lastyly: The Cardigan

Cardigans/duster sweaters are an absolute must-have in the winter. I love warm cardigan sweaters because they make great layering pieces, not only to keep warm outside but also to keep warm INSIDE. Yes, when you live in cold weather places you will realize everyone likes their heat on a different setting. This means temperatures inside fluctuate and having a sweater you can throw on and easily remove becomes clutch.

My favorite finds are below, click the picture to shop

Longline Cardigan in Pink, $40
Plaid Cardigan, on sale for under $100
Oversized Cable-knit Cardigan, slight splurge
Favorite Cardigan find, Leopard print duster. Low in stock, under $30
Wool belted cardigan, worthy splurge.

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