Monday, August 31, 2009

Fall List: Comfy and Stylish Sweaters

The first thing on ST's must-haves-for-fall are sweaters. They're easy, comfortable and perfect for layering. We've got six of our picks in a variety of styles and price ranges.

1) Merino Argyle Sweater, $295.00
You can't go wrong with a classic argyle sweater. Get one in a feminine color to dress it preppy or funky.

2) Long Cardigan wiht Sequins, $348.00
A fresh take on the boyfriend cardigan. This one is a great way to try out sequins for day.

3) Zipped Hood Cardigan, $118.00
Looks like a put-together coat yet is way more comfortable since it's actually a sweater. It's unique buttons and cinched in waist make it a must-have.

4) Sprayed Floral Sweatshirt, $17.80
A different take on florals for fall! A graphic floral sweatshirt is as comfy as it is chic.

5) Cable Pullover Sweater, $108.00
This cable sweater is definitely not boring. It's bubble sleeves exude a more girly sexy side.

6) BDG Striped Pull Over Sweater, $58.00
Slouchy pullovers are perfect paired with skinnies and they're super comfortable. Go for one with stripes in funky color combinations.


While the an argyle sweater can be dressed up the classical way with some jeans and a jacket, why not try something unexpected? A preppy sweater paired with a patterned summer skirt is a fresh take on this timeless piece. Slip on a pair of nude sandals and minimal jewelry to keep the focus on the clothes.

(Forever 21 Skirt, Urban Outfitters Sandals, and Charlotte Russe Ring).

While this sweater's graphic is sweet, make it more edgy by pairing it with distressed shorts on top of black tights, dark hued suede booties, and tough jewelry. With a black and white canvas go for a colorful shoe that will pop out against your outfit. A special talon ring and a stack of studded ones will instantly change the vibe of your floral sweater.

(American Eagle Shorts, Charlotte Russe Tights, Payless Booties, Made Her Think Ring, and Urban Outfitters Rings).

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