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Sweater season is here. Are you as excited as we are? Well, you should be, because 2023 is bringing with it some majorly cozy knitwear trends you’re going to want to start shopping for ASAP. Cozy turtlenecks, classic crewneck shapes, bright and bold patterns, timeless fisherman textures: all the sweater trends dominating the fashion landscape this season will stay in your wardrobe for years to come. And now’s the perfect time to stock up.
While knits like cashmere crewnecks and winter whites check all our classic boxes, there are some updates that feel notably fresh and new. When it comes to your turtleneck silhouettes, for example, go oversize in shape, opting for styles that swing and billow with ease. Similarly, in the knit-dress realm, the sweaters now hit at mid calf or longer, boasting a look that feels effortless and light.
For those who love a pop of color, opt for multicolored stripes, bright red hues, and more. No matter the shape, it’s a sure bet that all eyes will be on you with these head-turning shades. And, of course, you can’t forget about an everyday stripe that will take you from day to night, seven days a week.
Ahead, discover all the best sweater trends for the season to come, and check out even moreyou’ll want to incorporate into your wardrobe this year.
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