I try to treat myself to one really nice sweater each year--especially since my closet slim-down. It's a fun hunt to find one to splurge on that I'll wear several times a week, so I thought I'd share a few I've found in my internet travels that are currently in the running!
1. Knit Sweater by Shelia Couture on Etsy
I'm a HUGE fan of this designer's confetti-colored knits. Click through to her shop to see her collection of fabulous accessories, clothes and home goods!
A good vest is hard to find...especially one that isn't puffy and looks great under a coat. I've never regretted a single Loft purchase so I'm going to pay this Lou & Grey vest a visit soon at their new flagship location in NYC (I hear it's dreamy).
I'm ready to channel some Full House vibes with a peppy pink sweater and high waisted jeans. I love candy-colored cashmere under my oatmeal boucle coat in the winter!
Let's get real...I'd never wear this because of my thing with cardigans...but I think it's fabulous for someone that won't drag it through snowy sludge in the city streets.
This one might be a touch matronly for my style...but I was drawn to the tie and could get aged down with some patched/topstitched denim!
Again...let's get real... I won't be purchasing this unless I win the lottery next week, but it's certainly worth the price tag considering someone stitched this together by hand. PLUS--the lion's mane fringe collar is very Lindsey Crafter
Now here's my No. 1 pick. I'm obsessed with a chic mock turtleneck. I have two quarter length turtle necks from Target that I wear constantly during the winter, but this version is far higher quality and might last me a few more seasons.
I LOVE the chunky cuffs on the sleeves of this sweater. In the past I've had problems with the thick cuffed collars of some Anthro sweaters I've purchased (and returned) so this is definitely one to try on in the store.
9. Alpaca Blend Sweater with Thumb Holes on Etsy
I'm really trying to be more aware of the environmental impact of my purchases. Supporting makers that craft garments by hand is a great way to change your shopping habits and I love the look of this cozy hand-knit sweater stitched together in Canada!
10. Cropped Cashmere Crew by Everlane
Don't be basic--just wear basics. This cozy cropped cashmere is a step up from a fruit of the loom sweatshirt if you're feeling like putting in a lil'bit of effort.
Happy Fall Ya'll! And remember most of your garments end up in landfills so make thoughtful purchases this (and every) season!
xo Lindsey Crafter