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It’s that time of year where being warm and cozy is above everything else. And thankfully, statement sweaters are here to save the day. They’re extra comfortable, amazingly versatile and well, they’re easy to wear! Keep scrolling for some of our favorite statement sweaters of the season.
1. Joie Meghan Sweater, $348
This multi-colored fringed sweater is a great way to stay comfy and chic this season.
2. Talbots Super Soft Stripe Mockneck Sweater, $89.50
Can’t decide on a color? Thankfully you don’t have to with this lightweight multi-colored sweater!
3. Farm Rio Graphic Jungle Sweater, $155
Good news — you don’t have to have a green thumb to rock this trippy plant sweater!
When in doubt, always opt for leopard print. We’re obsessed with this wintery-inspired take on the classic animal pattern.
5. adidas Fakten Hoodie,
We’ve already professed our love for all things colorblocked, so it’s no surprise that this punchy hoodie made its way onto our favorite statement sweaters shopping list.
This reminds us of those prom dresses from the ’80s, but we mean that in the BEST way. Pair it with your favorite denim or a fun fall/winter dress.
7. Madewell Flower Embroidered Sweater, $110
This year’s flower power trend isn’t going anywhere, and that’s apparent with this bright statement sweater! And bonus: you can totally wear it this spring, too.
8. J.Crew Embellished Alpaca-Blend Crewneck Sweater,
If you really love statement pieces, then good luck resisting this candy-inspired pullover!
9. Madewell Checkered Colburne Cardigan Sweater,
We’ve been fawning over checkered prints all fall and winter, so as soon as we saw this fun cardigan, we added it to our carts ASAP.
Ready to add more cozy pieces to your closet? Or a gift recipient? Check out the Coziest Gifts For Her Under $100!
Allison Wheeler is a writer, Bruce Springsteen enthusiast, and sixth-generation Texan living in Denton, Texas.