Fashion Fridays: Snuggle Worthy Sweaters

Nothing beats a cozy sweater. Throw it on and immediately you are enveloped in warmth provided by the soft and snuggly fibers. There are so many great options in colors, styles and materials when it comes to finding the perfect sweater to add to your wardrobe. If you find yourself struggling to know which one to pick up, remember the fewer, finer rules. Aim for natural fibers verses synthetic, neutral colors and styles that are versatile. Here are a few we’re loving right now.

Reversible Organic Cotton and Cashmere Tunic, Eileen Fisher $289

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Spun with a blend of organic cotton and cashmere, this choice is super-soft like a kiss on the skin. We love the light colors and the versatility of this sweater, too. It’s reversible so you can switch up the look from a lighter to a darker option. It’s a great addition to any fewer, finer wardrobe!

Off-Country Turtleneck, Patagonia $99

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This piece is made from reclaimed cotton and polyester products, spun together through sustainable methods that cut environmental impact by 98% compared to traditional non-regenerated yarn. Now that’s something to celebrate!

Alix Cardigan, Amour Vert $158

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Wool is classic sweater material, but it can be bulky at times. This number is made of 100% extra-fine Merino wool making it a slim fit without sacrificing warmth or shape.

Cashmere Crew, Everlane $100

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Everlane does it again by providing consumers with a quality product with great materials and an even better price point. Cashmere often times seems out of reach for many, but this option is classic in style, and it comes in a variety of colors. We love the texture on this option!

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