These are the heavy hitters; the sweater outfits we pull out over and over again throughout the season for those days we really want to be warm, and cozy. You’ll find a mix of both high and low statement sweater options, paired mostly with skinny jeans and booties. Consider this your winter uniform!
You will wear this gorgeous A.N.A. sweater on your ski vacation or in our case any day of the week! It’s SO pretty, warm and snuggly. I love that it is also a bit longer so it works very well with skinny jeans. And, did I mention affordable? It’s ONLY $22! These jeans are REALLY good too and ONLY $49. The booties don’t look like they would be comfortable, but they are. I wore these when I was in California shooting for JCPenney’s and I was on my feet for a few hours.
This star cashmere sweater from Bloomingdale’s is really great. Aqua, an in-house brand, is a go-to for me when it comes to cashmere. This may not look traditionally cozy, but trust me when I say it IS super soft and comfy and you basically will want to live in it. It’s a perfect weight too. Ideal for keeping you warm and for layering. I seriously wear this once a week. You will thank me for this one.
This chunky pom-pom sweater is so cute and chic! It’s also a blogger favorite. It is VERY chunky so you won’t be layering over a coat over this one, but it’s perfect for those of you who live in a mild climate and just need something super warm on a chilly day. Everyone will want to give you a big, giant hug when you wear this sweater.
I also love wearing winter white to mix things up because we all get bored of black and gray from time to time.
I love the navy, pink and olive standout color combination of this sweater by A.L.C. It’s also oversized and longer so it works well with jeans or leggings.
These See by Chloe boots are SO good. They have a rubber, lugged sole so they will work even in crap weather. Unfortunately, there are only a few sizes left online. You might be able to find them at Intermix if you have one near you. These boots also pretty pricey so I linked some less expensive options below.