These New England temperatures have us cozied up in our favorite winter sweaters and cold weather accessories. We’re wearing unexpected colors and cuts, no one wants a plain Jane sweater, after-all — who said cozy can’t be cute?! Read on for our favorite cozy sweater guide, under $30 and $50.
I’ve been loving blush tones this season, using them as a neutral and building your outfit around some key pieces. I’m also obsessing over untraditional details like bell sleeves, bows and cuts. And shapes that have lots of volume, paired with skinny jeans and over-the-knee-boots or block heels.
An easy way to break the rules is wearing winter white, a la Natasha’s look below.
This Top Shop sweater is marked down from when I bought it, so naturally I got it in black too. Loving the color on this one and the oversized cut. I’ve been wearing it on the weekend for running around doing errands and dressing it up for work with ponte leggings and low block-heels.
Top Shop wide sleeve sweater – $34
Joe’s Jeans Icon Jeans – $99
Canada Goose Trillium Parka – $895
Lips: Bite Kimchi Lipstick – $26
As you know, Natasha’s fashion claim to fame is her minimalistic view. I’m loving the black and white take on this outfit for a cozy winter day. Winter white is totally a to-do, and pairing that white with black accessories keeps it safe but not boring.
J.Crew Vneck Pullover Sweater (similar) -$49
Paige Skylinne Skinny Jeans – $133
Hunter tall boots – $150
J.Crew Parke topcoat – $350
J.Crew pom-pom beanie – $39
More of our favorite cozy winter sweaters at prices so good, you’ll need to buy a few in new neutrals:
Fluffy Sweater – $24
Frill Sleeve Sweater – $25
Tie Cuff Sweater – $25 (with code wrap-up)
Balloon Sleeve Sweater – $29
V-Neck Sweater – $29
Bell Sleeve Wrap Sweater – $31
Shauna & Tash