13 Perfect Sweaters to Hide Your Thanksgiving Food Baby
Josilyn (DNA) photographed by Adeline Mai for this story. Styling: Alyssa Shapiro
As cooler temperatures arrive, I immediately find myself hoarding sweaters as though I’ve never seen one before…there are so. many. good. ones. If I could wear all of these tomorrow, I would.
The kind of sweater your older relatives might not get, but you won’t care because you will be happily caressing your own shearling-covered self all night long.
I’m gonna go ahead and dub this the “eating all night bc IDGAF sweater” because its silhouette, when on, is a beautiful flow-y thing that widens around the midsection. Also: pockets for an added bonus, and it’s a perfect autumn hue.
This glorified ball of fluff will be in the mail to me by the time I publish this post. And that’s all I’ve got about that.
The ways I love Acne are beyond my counting abilities and this high-fashion teenage ninja turtle sweater is no exception. And, it’s most definitely something grandma can get behind.
One of this year’s CFDA runners-up, Ryan Roche is majorly girl-crushable. This knit, in her beloved pink hue, is 100% cashmere and hand-knit in Nepal.
The kind of sweater you’ll wear to Thanksgiving by default because you haven’t taken it off in 10 days.
A knit for the sophisticate in all of us.
The Row brings their usual luxury in the form of this cable turtleneck in cashmere/silk.
If the conversation grows tense, you can always turn the topic of conversation back to your own sweater.
This chunky boucle wool looks almost like shearling and will make you feel like you brought a blanket to the table.
Zara brings us more affordable cashmere in the prettiest seasonless blue.
Another perfect autumnal hue, though you may wanna scrunch up those sleeves before serving any spoonfuls of gravy.
For the trendy-prepster who feels nostalgic for pep rallies when visiting home.