It’s bad enough that it gets dark at 4:30 these days; don’t replicate the endless winter night in your wardrobe. To make up for the lack of sunshine, swap out those black and gray sweaters for some fresh colors and new textures. Scroll down below to see 22 easy sweaters in every color, all of them available right now.
Some people think red is bold; others (like me!) see it as a neutral. Either way, these Theory and House of Fraser sweaters will go with practically everything in your closet.
House of Fraser Sweater, $100 at House of Fraser; Theory Sweater, $115 at the Outnet.
Pair these beautifully soft and warm sweaters with contrasting black or white bottoms, and you’ll look like a street-style star instantly.
Aritzia Sweater, $55 at Aritzia; H&M Sweater, $25 at H&M.
If you like a more subtle tone, consider this sweater from Rag & Bone. If you prefer a coral color, this Ann Taylor sweater is a steal at only $60.
Rag & Bone Sweater, $139 at Farfetch; Ann Taylor Sweater, $69 at Ann Taylor.
If you’re nervous about playing with color, start here. Pratically anything that goes with blue or black will look just as good with green.
Acne Studios Sweater, $316 at MyTheresa; Topshop Sweater, $65 at Topshop.
Purple doesn’t have to paired with other bright colors or prints. Try it with nude or white neutrals for a modern look.
Tibi Sweater, $375 at Tibi; & Other Stories Sweater, $100 at & Other Stories.
Instead of the usual slim-fit cashmere sweater, try one of these oversize ones from Raey and Genuine People. They’ll add texture and a warm layer over all your jeans.
Raey Sweater, $231 at Matches Fashion; Genuine People Sweater, $89 at Genuine People.
If you have a closet full of black sweaters, switch things up with a chunky pullover like this one from Steven Alan. On the other hand, if you need a basic, this Trademark pullover is the way to go.
Lauren Manoogian Sweater, $587 at Steven Alan; Trademark Sweater, $160 at Matches Fashion.