Once the weather starts dipping below 65˚, or even 70˚ for that matter, it's so easy to want to grab a sweater and throw it on. A big problem, though, is that most people's sweaters are too heavy for this weather, but here we have sweaters ranging from a thin weave to a chunky, cozy knit. Thus: whatever the weather, you can always throw on a sweater whether it is 45˚ outside or 65˚.
Each of these sweaters has their own unique quality. The black BB Dakota one is light and perfect to throw over a tank with shorts while this slow transition to fall continues. The thicker marled sweater from Nicole Miller's Artelier line, which is "sportswear with a twist," is a great casual sweater that goes great with skinny jeans, booties and a handbag for when you're out running errands and shopping. The chevron sweater by Jack, a BB Dakota line, is a fun, uncommon pattern which is always good to have when you get sick of the plain cable knit sweaters. The last brown hued sweater is one of my personal favorites. This sweater, by Sisters, has chained detailing around the neck and down the center and back of the top. All of these warm tops are perfect with your favorite pair of jeans, colored or not, and are easy to accessorize. With a fun watch and the perfect bag and maybe a bracelet or two, the look is complete! Ok, maybe not so complete...you still need shoes...
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