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12 Cozy Sweaters

12 Cozy Sweaters

It’s sweater season! Some sweaters can be bulky and itchy, or thin and fraying, so we set out to find the coziest ones. Here are twelve pretty sweaters to live in this winter (how cute is that rainbow number?)…

Thoughts? Which would you pick?

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  1. The boucle cardigin is definitely my fave! Thanks for the great outfit photos :)

  2. That chunky ribbed knit sweater looks so cozy – give me this, a cup of tea and a good book.

  3. My choice of a sweater would have to be a color-blocked sweater. I tend to wear a lot of cardigans, too – they are easy to style with any article of clothing.

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  4. That cropped cashmere crew just won my heart! Love cosying up in sweaters with a mug of hot chocolate, especially since the snow arrived today.

    Nat Lewis
    Rocky Mountain Decals – Cute Wall Decals for kids, and kids at heart!
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  5. The boucle cardigan would be great with a floral dress and emerald green earrings.
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  6. Meryem says...

    The rainbow one is so cute. I could see myself wearing it. I will never get the “Harper sweater” just because it’s called Harper…
    With love from Canada

  7. Sweater weather yay! Thanks so much for the roundup.😊 I would love to cozy up in the chunky ribbed knit, the striped funnel neck and the mohair turtleneck!

  8. Madie says...

    I’ll choose a chunky ribbed knit every time, and that white one is an interesting option… not sure how I feel about the sleeves, though. I found a surprisingly great sweater at Old Navy recently – this chevron stitch: http://oldnavy.gap.com/browse/product.do?cid=60790&vid=1&pid=716860042 I might have to get it in a 2nd color!

  9. Darcy H says...

    Thanks for all the vegan options. They are CUTE.

  10. That rainbow sweater is a total flashback to my childhood, I had a t-shirt like it and wore it every.single.day with purple dolphin shorts! thanks for the giggle, I just may have to pick it up! xx

  11. I’m digging the chunky knit and the colorblock–I tend to wear a lot of black in the winter which is weird because I adore color! Adore it. I need to make a point to add more yellows and whites in to the fall / winter rotation. Love your blog!!! XO

  12. Kristin says...

    I love the chunky ribbed knit!!! Any suggestions on a budget version?

  13. CJ says...

    All cute, but I’m pretty loyal to my tried-and-tested LL Bean wool sweaters.

  14. Jane says...

    All of these are lovely, but fairly similar in neckline (crew). For us girls with a more voluptuous figure, I’d love suggestions on V-necks.

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      yes of course!! sorry, i am so flat chested that i am so used to looking for pieces that fit that shape — i am trying to get better at that! here are three really cute V-necks, hope this helps…
      http://goo.gl/F8euIj
      http://bit.ly/1j85qq1
      http://bit.ly/1HYRWU1

  15. Meg says...

    Love, love the chunky rib knit, and I just did a little KonMari on my closet, so I’m in the market for sweaters. I’m pretty bummed out, though, that they’d charge $80 for a sweater made of acrylic. I’ll have to see what my mum can do, too!

  16. Lindsay says...

    Ahh! Perfect timing! I was just looking for a cute sweater to wear to Thanksgiving with my boyfriend’s family.

  17. Elizabeth says...

    Cute sweaters, but . . . this list is majorly short on plus size options. We like cute sweaters, too!

  18. Leslie says...

    Absolutely love the red Asos faire isle! A little pricey, but maybe worth it for the quality.

  19. I’m not a sweater person – I’m not really a fan of clothing with sleeves, actually, which is 1,000% impractical for fall/winter in D.C., – but I’m totally swooning – hardcore – over the “colorblock” and “chunky ribbed knit.”

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      the colorblock is so cute!

  20. That is so funny! I just talked about “Sweater Weather” on my blog. I love the roundtrip turtleneck, it looks so warm!

  21. Such a lovely collection! I like knitting but usually knit for my daughters (because of the small size, haha). Only recently I’ve started to knit for myself too – such fun! I’d like to try the shape of the cropped sweater. It would be so pretty with high waisted pants or long skirts!
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    • Joanna Goddard says...

      that is so amazing that you knit! jealous :)

  22. I love the rainbow one!! I’M a big fan of knitting my own sweaters so I’ll try to knit some of this.
    Kisses from Spain!
    Malka

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  23. I love all of these! What a great variety. I’m pregnant though, and having a hard time finding perfect maternity sweaters. I looked all over last night! I want something thick but attractive, that actually closes over the belly (not not necessarily pull-over). Like a dark grey, thick soft, one, with cable details and big buttons. Really I’m imagining one I saw in my first pregnancy and regret not snatching up! Plus I have a long torso and they are almost always too short for me and my belly or style.

  24. It’s become increasingly hard to find sweaters made of natural fibers. I know some are represented here, but also so much acrylic and nylon! They just look texturally kind of … tacky? And they’re usually sweatboxes and get underarm odor fast that’s hard to get out. I wish this general trend would change…

  25. Mary Jenkins says...

    great picks! i would wear the middle one on the bottom with high waist jeans and secretly pretend i am in a ski lodge.

  26. I love the vintage ski motif one! Too bad I’m pregnant and will be nursing come January…doesn’t seem all that practical for me! Thanks Dylan for the tip on the boucle cardigan!

    • Joanna Goddard says...

      congratulations! xoxo

    • Megan says...

      Hi Joy, I’ve been nursing for almost two years now. I just wear whatever I want and lift it up to nurse. My daughter only nurses at night now, so I don’t nurse in public anymore, but when I did, I just wore a stretchy tank top underneath. I pulled the top layer up and the tank top down, and everything stayed covered. It can be hard to find stylish, well-fitting clothes that are nursing-friendly, so I just had to figure out an alternative.

  27. This list comes right on time. I was assembling a list of my own, so this is super helpful.
    I like the Everlane line the best.

  28. i love sweaters. seriously such great picks here. the cardigan is part wool and alpaca :) now you know that is gonna be warm!

  29. Dylan says...

    Target has a boucle cardigan that is nearly identical to the one featured here, but for $30 instead of $60! Got myself one today, so cozy and soft.