This fall and winter, I’m guessing that most of us will be living in oversized, cozy sweaters, conducive to hardcore lounging. The one pictured above is one of the comfiest, coziest sweaters I own and I get a million questions about where it’s from whenever I share it. Sadly, it’s old from Mango but this cardigan is similar as is this one. And I spent last night pulling together a giant list of the coziest sweaters I could find.
I’ll start with my favorites: An oversized turtleneck ($59) and an oversized crewneck ($79). I bought both of these (turtleneck in blue and crewneck in medium brown) to wear with leggings for WFH and whatever else we’re able to do all winter. And this super long cardigan ($59) fits the bill too. If anyone thinks I’ll be wearing jeans more than once/week until this pandemic is over, you are quite incorrect. That’s why length is important in cozy sweater quest 2020.
If you’re a longtime follower, you might remember this Tuckernuck turtleneck sweater ($88) that I used to wear constantly. Sadly it got a giant stain on the front that I could never get out but they brought it back which makes me so happy. It was my top seller for months when I first got it! A few others from Tuckernuck that I’m loving are this two-toned cardigan and the priciest one on the list which is just gorgeous if you have $260 to drop on a sweater today.
Some others that I love are this lovely little cableknit number from Blair Eadie’s latest Nordstrom collab ($79) that also comes in orange, red, yellow, and mint. And this merlot-colored sweater would look beautiful with a slip skirt and boots for Thanksgiving ($248). And this ribbed v-neck ($49) just looks perfectly comfy and chic.
Last but not least… you can’t go wrong with J.Crew. This mock neck sweater ($89 but usually on sale) is a cult favorite. I have it in hot pink and love the fit. And if you’re looking for something more cropped, this cardigan is the perfect cropped length.
And here are a few more winners…