The leaves are changing, the temperatures are dropping, and the rain is officially here – which means its sweater weather in Seattle. It’s officially time to rotate out your summer wardrobe and rotate in your fall wardrobe and favorite fall sweaters.
Every season, I look forward to donating and refreshing my sweater collection. There are sweaters I end up keeping throughout the years and sweaters I end up taking to Value Village. If you’re looking to clean out your sweater drawer and refresh your fall wardrobe, this blog post is for you.
Here are 7 Cute Fall Sweaters to Add to Your Wardrobe this season:
The Fuzzy Sweater
Princess Polly Boutique recently gifted this fuzzy sweater this October (Thanks Princess Polly). I love how you can wear this sweater button down as a top but also layer a tank top underneath and wear it open as a cardigan. I styled this sweater with AGOLDE jeans and a fun snakeskin belt bag from Who What Wear Collection.
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You can buy this fuzzy sweater on Princess Polly.
The Turtleneck Sweater
Did you know turtleneck sweaters emerged from Sportswear in the 19th century? Turtleneck sweaters were worn polo players in the 1860s. (source: The Good Trade)
Turtleneck sweaters made their way into women’s wardrobes in the 20th century. And in 2019, the turtleneck sweater is still a staple for fall and winter wardrobes. Whether you prefer knitted, waffled, or woven, here are a few turtleneck sweaters to choose from:
P. S. I picked up my turtleneck sweater from T.J. Maxx this season!
Photo: Holly Phan
The Zebra Sweater
Animal prints remain a steady trend of 2018 and 2019. The Who What Wear Collection sent over this adorable zebra sweater earlier this month! Thanks Who What Wear!
I decided to style this zebra print sweater with my asymmetrical denim skirt, white cowboy boots, and a mini bag.
Or any other Animal Sweater Print Sweater
Here are a few more animal print sweaters to add to your fall wardrobe:
The Henley Type Sweater
What’s a Henley top of sweater? It’s usually a collarless pull over sweater or top with 2-5 buttons. Like turtleneck sweaters, Henley sweaters originally began in menswear but have made their way over to women’s wardrobe.
The Camel Colored Sweater
If you love neutrals for fall, you need a camel colored sweater. You can pair it with a leopard print skirt and boots or jeans for an everyday look!
The Pastel Colored Sweater
Sometimes I like to be rebellious against traditional fall colors and breakout in pastel colors. I picked up this pastel colored sweater from Forever 21 last winter.
Photo: Karya Schanilec
What are some of your favorite cute fall sweaters this season?
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Thank you for reading!