For Those Hot Summer Nights
When I went to Ireland in the first grade I wore a green sweater that was a lot like this with my purple fuzzy pullover. I was all about the layering. And it was as heinous as you can imagine. Anyways, when I went to Anthropologie a couple weeks ago with my Mom (that was a bit of an event because I have to go all the way to Washington D.C. to go there) I stared at this sweater for about 5 minutes. Which is amazing because I used to think I had ADD. Honestly though, it's the perfect cold weather sweater. It makes me want to go to a ski lodge and sit in front of a fire, of course if I wore it right now I would probably sweat so much it would slip off of me. $128.
Okay, the only reason why I made this post is because I really, really like that sweater from Anthropolgie. But I'm just going to post my favorite sweaters now. Like the Lacoste sweaters. I don't understand how anyone on Earth could not love a Lacoste sweater. Even when I was going through my weird grungey phase I liked them. They're as comfortable as a sweatshirt but not ugly. This one's a bit more stylized and has a bateau neckline. Which means it's more expensive than the classic sweater, $135 from Neiman Marcus.
I've kind of gotten off the knitten path (hahaha, oh you know you think I'm funny) but I can't not mention cashmere v-neck sweaters. I used to have a million of sweaters like this in different colors but one winter I took them out of storage and they all had little holes in them. That was one of the darkest days of my life. Really though, if you have a closet full of sweaters like this you always have something to wear that's a little more dressed up than a t-shirt and jeans. Ya-Ya cashmere sweater, $286.