23 Warm Sweaters For Anyone Who's Allergic To Wool
From crewnecks to turtlenecks, here's everything you need to stay comfortably and stylishly warm this season.
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3. A fuzzy striped sweater with a relaxed, oversized fit to pair with your favorite over-the-knee boots and jeans.
4. A long, polo-knit that'll come below the hips to keep most of your body warm in the colder months.
5. A lace-up ribbed knit pullover for a chic athleisure fit you can wear during the week or the weekend.
7. An asymmetrical cowl-neck sweater for a stylish and cozy fit you'll get compliments on every time you wear it.
10. A knit mock neck with thumb holes to keep your sleeves from riding up, especially when layering with other tops and jackets.
12. A cotton and cashmere crew neck for a timeless piece that can range from business to casual with each wear.
13. A long-sleeve cardigan with a chunky knit that'll be the perfect outfit staple whenever you get cold at work.
14. An asymmetrical buttoned sweater dress to wear with your favorite accessories, leggings, and boots.
18. A thin crew neck lightweight enough to put over a t-shirt or sweater dress for a little extra layering.
20. A knit pullover that can be dressed up with slacks or down with jeans for a comfortable and warm fit.
21. A scoop neck "love" sweater that'll keep you snug in frigid temperatures with a message of affection.
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