What can I say about cashmere that hasn’t already been said? It’s luxurious, it’s comfortable, it’s timeless. In the fall it’s practically a part of our everyday uniform. The one thing we don’t love about it? The price. Luckily, our cashmere edit is full of direct-to-consumer companies (and some old favorites) that are making cashmere sweaters every bit as cozy as the high-end stuff – but it won’t break the bank.
J.Crew is reliable, stylish, and I am obsessed with their monogramming feature. The classic crewneck comes in a rainbow of colors, whether you’re looking for a go-to neutral like gray or camel, or something a little more colorful like this pastel pink.
One of my favorite trends this fall? Reimagining the cashmere sweater in new silhouettes, like a retro-inspired polo sweater or something a little more sporty. Bloomingdale’s polo cashmere sweater comes in black or oatmeal, and I love how 70’s the collar feels. Everlane’s version is a little more casual, but comes in a delicious olive shade as well as cream. Naadam’s cashmere hoodie is a wonderful way to step up your loungewear game, and I love the sporty, striped navy and white version from Bloomingdale’s.
Sometimes, it’s all about the little details. Club Monaco’s pale pink sweater is lovely, but the stitch dolman sleeve gives it an extra flair. The faux pearls on this Bloomingdale’s sweater make a case for maximalist dressing.
Feeling like really treating yourself? Look no further than Raey’s perfectly oversized recycled cashmere sweaters. Indulge in a navy deep v-neck perfect for layering over a t-shirt, or a classic boyfriend-inspired charcoal crewneck. Jenni Kayne’s brand of California luxe is full of pieces you can wear everyday, like this cashmere sweater coat in either navy or oatmeal.
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