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The Best Sweaters To Beat The Fall Chill

How is it September already? It’s the question all of us are asking today, as we bid farewell to the summer we never really had. While we’re feeling more than a little confused by the rapid-fire change in seasons, we’re also pretty psyched at the prospect of replenishing our wardrobes with fall-ready ankle boots, trench coats and cozy sweaters. Welcome sweater weather with open arms with our picks for the best sweaters to get you through the transitional season and beyond.

The Wear-With-Everything Pullover: Topshop Oversized Funnel Neck Sweater
It’s the sweater you’ll want to live in: the funnel neck will keep you warm up to your chin, while the contemporary silhouette and side slits make it look as cool as it feels cozy.

The Best Cardi: Aritzia Ammonius Sweater
This cardigan pulls double-duty, as it’s a sweater with the feel of a light jacket. With its longer length and attached hood, it’s the perfect layering piece.

The Best Dressy Knit: Club Monaco Millennie Bow Sweater
Subtle design details including bell sleeves and bows elevate a simple pullover silhouette.

The Cool-Girl Cardi: Equipment Shelly Cardigan
There’s something that feels a bit Kurt Cobain about this sweater that lends an instant cool factor to those red and blue stripes.

The Best Oversized Pullover: Zara Asymmetric Sweater
Dress this pullover up or down; with its asymmetric cut and oversize silhouette, it looks both fashion-forward and casual at once.

The Best Statement Sweater: Aritzia Bernelle Sweater
This lightweight knit has a pointelle stitch that gives it a pretty peekaboo texture, while ruffle details lend a feminine vibe.

The Best Slouchy Knit: H&M V-neck Sweater
A deep V shows a hint of skin, while the fine-knit and slouchy fit means you can style this pullover in multiple ways — wear it fully draped, or half-tucked for a casual-cool feel.

 

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How is it September already? It’s the question all of us are asking today, as we bid farewell to the summer we never really had. While we’re feeling more than a little confused by the rapid-fire change in seasons, we’re also pretty psyched at the prospect of replenishing our wardrobes with fall-ready ankle boots, trench coats and cozy sweaters. Welcome sweater weather with open arms with our picks for the best sweaters to get you through the transitional season and beyond.

The Wear-With-Everything Pullover: Topshop Oversized Funnel Neck Sweater
It’s the sweater you’ll want to live in: the funnel neck will keep you warm up to your chin, while the contemporary silhouette and side slits make it look as cool as it feels cozy.

The Best Cardi: Aritzia Ammonius Sweater
This cardigan pulls double-duty, as it’s a sweater with the feel of a light jacket. With its longer length and attached hood, it’s the perfect layering piece.

The Best Dressy Knit: Club Monaco Millennie Bow Sweater
Subtle design details including bell sleeves and bows elevate a simple pullover silhouette.

The Cool-Girl Cardi: Equipment Shelly Cardigan
There’s something that feels a bit Kurt Cobain about this sweater that lends an instant cool factor to those red and blue stripes.

The Best Oversized Pullover: Zara Asymmetric Sweater
Dress this pullover up or down; with its asymmetric cut and oversize silhouette, it looks both fashion-forward and casual at once.

The Best Statement Sweater: Aritzia Bernelle Sweater
This lightweight knit has a pointelle stitch that gives it a pretty peekaboo texture, while ruffle details lend a feminine vibe.

The Best Slouchy Knit: H&M V-neck Sweater
A deep V shows a hint of skin, while the fine-knit and slouchy fit means you can style this pullover in multiple ways — wear it fully draped, or half-tucked for a casual-cool feel.

 

Kristen Vinakmens kristen.vinakmens@29secrets.com Administrator Kristen is the Editor-in_Chief of 29Secrets.com. She mostly edits, and occasionally writes, and prefers to go incognito with a ghost avatar until she can figure out this Wordpress thing. 29Secrets

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