It’s official, winter is defiantly here and ready to stay. Because of this, it’s basically too cold to wear anything but warm sweaters. During this time of the year you may fall into a pattern of layering the same sweater you’ve had for years over every outfit you put together. However, you shouldn’t sacrifice your fashionista status just because it’s cold out. Below are four sweaters you must have in your closet to survive these chilling months in style. And added bonus? They are all on sale!!

Basic Staple Sweater

 

This sweater is supper soft and cozy and is important to have in your closest because it can be worn as a high level item or a lower more casual item. To dress this sweater up, try pairing it with your Spanx Faux Leather leggings and a bold statement necklace!

 

Patterned Sweater

 

 

 

 

 

 

Something I’ve noticed over the past few winters is that people tend to save brights and patterns for warmer summer months. But you shouldn’t restrict your self to only solid colors in your winter wardrobe. Challenge your self by adding a patterned sweater. They are perfect to wear with your favorite jeans or again with your Spanx leggings to add a little glam to your look.

 

Trendy Sweater

 

 

 

 

 

The 70’s style trend is being seen everywhere right now. So why not bring it into your sweater collection? I love this one by Moth, it is very soft and the cut is perfect for pairing this sweater with a pair of jeans.

 

Balloon Sleeve

 

 

 

 

 

Balloon sleeve sweaters are another great trendy sweater that are awesome for layering a patterned long sleeve under them. Because the sleeve hems are pulled in, you can push them up slightly adding more volume to the sleeves and allowing some of the long sleeves to poke out of the bottom.

 

 

 

 

 


 

Try adding these other closet staples to your closet to pair with your new sweaters!

From left to right

Floral Mesh Top, Denim Button-up, Basic Turtleneck, Sheer Floral Top

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