There is something about the ever so slightly cooler temperatures in Dallas that get me so excited for fall! Once we start consistently having days below 90 degrees I know that means it’s safe to break out the sweaters. One of my absolute favorite outfits for easing into fall is a cozy cardigan with a pair of skinny jeans and a tee. I swear it is always the easiest looks to put together that end up being the cutest and the ones you wear the most!
I am excited to be partnering with New York & Company in today’s post to show off some of their beautiful new sweaters. There is nothing I love more than cozying up in a long cardigan and both of the ones I have on allow just that…
Cocoon cardigans are a must-have item for fall. Whether worn with jeans and a scarf or layered over a more professional outfit for work, this sweater is a versatile piece you’ll find yourself throwing on multiple times a week. I love the fact that this textured-knit sweater has a shawl collar that helps to create a flattering shape. I live for pieces like this during fall. The one I’m wearing comes in four colors and because of how affordable it is, I decided I just might need the burgundy one too!
This fringe trim open-front cardigan is so playful with the prettiest grey and white print. The cardigan is a statement-maker so I would recommend pairing it with something simple or with solid colors. I paired mine with a white tee and faded grey jeans from New York & Company’s Soho Jeans collection. I could not believe how well these superstretch legging jeans fit me and I am seriously considering ordering them in another color. They have just enough stretch that hugs in all of the right places and makes them super comfortable to run around in. I scored mine on sale for only $35! I think their pair in white with tan boots would look perfect with this fringed cardigan.
Which sweater is your favorite? New York & Company has so many new sweaters out (and many on sale!) that you can shop HERE.
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Collaboration in partnership with Shopping Links and New York & Company