Is there anything cozier on a cold day than a sweater you can wrap yourself up in? Not really, which is why we’re sourcing some of the cutest, coziest oversize sweaters we can find to warm up your winter.
Almost long enough to be worn as a dress with tights and a belt, this oversize scoop neck sweater with charcoal and ivory stripes is a stylish way to keep warm ($150). Just loose enough to be ultra-comfy but not so loose it’s falling off, this is the perfect layer for days you just want to feel toasty without having to steal your boyfriend’s cardigan.
Casual cowl neck
Jeans and sweaters go hand in hand once the temperature drops, and we’re currently coveting this one that just seems to exude warmth ($165). It might be oversize, but it’s definitely not baggy, which means it can actually be dressed up. We love the split hem and mix of textures that give it some added interest.
Bright and boxy
Add some bold color to your cold weather wardrobe with this vibrant poppy red boat neck sweater with a trimmed patch pocket on the front ($104). The super-soft material and slouchy fit make it as comfy as it is cute. Pair with anything from jeans and flats to maxi skirts and boots.
Nod to Nordic
Nordic stripes are a classic sweater pattern that never really goes out of style. Wear your Nordic stripes with pride on this oversize chunky knit sweater ($90) that’s sure to keep the chill out on even the coldest days. We’ll be wearing ours with faded skinnies and flat lace-up ankle boots for relaxed colder weather style.
This blue openwork sweater reminded us of something that could easily have come from a boyfriend’s closet but with a feminine twist that kicks it up a notch ($60). The dropped shoulder, scoop neck style features an asymmetric hem, three-quarter sleeves and side slits to further up the fashion-factor. Layer over a collared shirt or pair with a slim-fitting skirt and boots.
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