Today I’m sharing a list of fun fall sweaters.
Despite temperatures in San Diego remaining staunchly moderate, I’m feeling more than ready to launch into my autumn wardrobe.
Will I be shedding these sweaters by noon in a sweaty, panicked flurry? Yes, until mid November at least. That’s what the shoulder-tie is for, I suppose.
I shared a couple of gorgeous sweaters from Sézane a couple of weeks ago in this reel, but I included pieces for every price point in today’s post. I think it’s a nice little roundup.
I have always loved Aerie’s sweaters. And while they usually don’t last more than a year or two, in my experience, it’s nice to throw something less expensive on with leggings without worrying about ruining them with the hazards of mom life. I love the Festive Olive color of this one.
I’m loving their take on the zip-up style cardigan. I feel like the black would look so cute chic with a bun and gold earrings.
This half-zip from H&M is so cute and legging-friendly. This could even be baby bump friendly and possibly even nursing-friendly?
I feel like this textured mock neck from H&M looks way more expensive than it is. This is the exact type of style that would be so cozy for Thanksgiving with trousers or baggy jeans.
And one more from H&M. Maybe it’s the former dancer in me, but I am just a total sucker for a wrap top. I think this sweater is so elegant.
Okay, I bought one of these from Free People last year and wore it CONSTANTLY. This is the same iconic material as their best-selling tunic sweater but in a cropped version. Comes in a million gorgeous colors and available at Nordstrom too. (Just found this striped version on sale too! So cute).
I went back and forth on my Sézane order and ended up just keeping both the light blue sweater with the scalloped details and the striped henley. I have already worn the henley twice and can’t wait to style the light blue one.
I love this short sleeve mock neck from Kathleen Post’s collab with Abercormbie–the perfect sweater for Southern California.
Lastly, this cashmere cardigan from Quince just arrived in the mail for a collab I’m posting next week. It looks *exactly* like the $500 Jenni Kayne cocoon cardigan and costs $139. The quality is top notch, and I am OBSESSED.
It’s a pre-weekend pick me up: just a little note with links to the latest blog posts, what I’m reading lately, and products I’m obsessed with. Think of it as a friend dropping off a surprise latte in the morning--you know?