Winter HAS COME my friends… How’d that happen so fast? But rather than feel miserable all season long, I like to see the changing of the seasons as a new opportunity to play with my wardrobe and think about how to stay chic and cozy when it’s getting cold outside.
Today I rounded up a few of my favorite winter sweaters, from bold hues to the perfect cream cable knits and classic turtlenecks or fun cut-outs, to show you how you can bundle up in style throughout winter.
Millennial Pink Sweaters
Millennial pink — that particular shade of pink which ranges from beige with a touch of blush to a peach-salmon hybrid — seems to be popping up everywhere. The color has a certain charm to it so why not add a millennial pink sweater (or two 😉 ) to your winter arsenal now?
I paired my look with a cheetah faux fur from Julie Brown Designs (I wear mine in size P which is still available or you can get similar one like this one or at a great price like this one), a pair of effortless girlfriend jeans from Cello, my cylinder leather bag from Ms. Little’s Bag, and mid-calf boots like these.
My Millennial Pink Sweaters Picks:
Cream Cable Knit Sweaters
A cozy cable knit sweater is all you need when dressing warm for cold weather. Choose it in a sophisticated cream (or off-white) and you will always look stylish no matter the temps. To add even more coziness to my look, I put on this sequin knit beanie hat from Scala. I also paired this look with John Paul Richard‘s pants (use my code KAT30 to receive 30% off) and some serious platform boots like these or these.
My Cable Knit Sweaters Picks:
A classic turtleneck is always a great idea. For those of you ladies who say it’s too tricky to look chic and stay warm at the same time, look no further than the turtleneck sweater: one of the coziest and chicest trends of the season. I got mine from Chicwish and I’m obsessed with its tan color! It also feels really comfy and I’ve been wearing it on repeat this fall and winter season. Since nothing can be more classic than a turtleneck, I went for the basics in this look as well and I styled this look with these Mott and Bow High Rise Medium Dark Skinny Jeans, the same cylinder leather bag, a leather jacket, and a pair of super comfy boots from J Slides that I’ve been wearing non stop as well.
My Turtleneck Sweaters Picks:
Cut-Out sweaters are another category of sweaters that I’m excited about this season. The one I got has an open-knit design in a front V-shape. I also like its relaxed-fit construction. Looks super chic and super effortless with my John Paul Richard‘s pants. Add a plaid winter coat like this one or this one and a fancy scarf like this one or this one from Charming Charlie and you’re all bundled up!
My Cut-Out Sweaters Picks:
Baby it’s cold outside… Said no one ever after reading this blog post. 😉
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Omg I’m obsessed ❤😍 you look amazing and those sweaters are giving me life!
Yay!! So glad you’re loving the looks Cyndi! Thank you for stopping by! Xoxo
Loving the turtle neck look with the moto jacket! That’s one of my favorite looks and sweater weather is my favorite season!
Thanks for sharing!
-Alex | SoFitSoPretty
Agreed, turtle neck and a moto jacket is always a great idea 🙂 So glad you’re loving the looks and thank you for stopping by! Xoxo