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My Favorite Places to Shop for Sweaters

It’s sweater weather! Now that I’m living in Pennsylvania I can FINALLY wear sweaters! But even though I haven’t been wearing a ton of sweaters in California, I still managed to amass quite a collection – so I feel like an expert on the subject. Below are some of my favorite places to shop for sweaters. You’ll find options at all price ranges and styles!

Where to Buy the Best Sweaters

I would actually encourage you to check out my post about Where to Get the Best Ethically + Sustainably Made Sweaters. That post has a more updated list of brands that I buy most of my sweaters from. PLUS I have a lot of discount codes for the brands listed in that post so you can get the best deal on a high quality sweater!

Designer and Affordable Sweaters

*This post is in partnership with Shopbop.

Shopbop is one of my favorite online retailers to check out when I’m looking to shop a curated selection of designer sweaters AND sweaters from some of my favorite affordable brands. I’m really into Alex Mill right now and Shopbop has a curated selection of their sweaters. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the sweater selection from Vince. Their sweaters are classic and just plain gorgeous. Ba$sh is another brand on my wishlist that makes effortlessly chic sweaters. And even though these are designer brands, Shopbop has amazing sales so you can always get them at the best prices.

If you are looking for sweaters under $100 then check out Madewell at Shopbop. (Sometimes Shopbop is having a sale when Madewell isn’t so you can get your favorites at an even better price!).

Dupes for Brand Name Sweaters

Quince is able to offer high quality sweaters at an affordable price because they cut out the middlemen and ship directly from their factories. You’ll find dupes for brands like Jenni Kayne, Naadam, Everlane, J.Crew and more! Most notably I’ve heard about their dupes for Jenni Kayne – like the Cashmere Fisherman Sweater, and Oversized Cashmere Cardigan. I have yet to try this brand but I’ve heard good things about them. You can find 100% cashmere sweaters for as low as $50! If you are on a budget and looking for affordable cashmere, wool, alpaca or cotton sweaters – Quince is definitely the place to look.

Quality Sweaters at a Good Price

I picked up the one that I’m wearing at H&M last month. It’s a part of H&M’s Premium Quality line. I love this line because the pieces are made using higher quality materials, like silk or wool, and when they go on sale they are really affordable! This one is a mix of wool and cashmere but I paid less than $50! (similar sweater here).

Minimalist Sweaters

This one is no big surprise if you are a follower of my blog but Everlane is at the top of my list for quality sweaters. Everlane makes reasonably priced cashmere and recycled cashmere sweaters. I love that Everlane transparently prices their products so you can see how much it costs to make and what they charge. One of my favorite sweaters from Everlane is the Alpaca Sweater – I have it in two colors!! I also really love their cotton cardigan.

Romantic, French Sweaters

If you didn’t know, I’m obsessed with Sezane!. I love French culture and I’ve always wanted to visit Paris so wearing one of these sweaters (which come directly from France) make me feel a little bit closer to getting there. Plus, everything at Sezane is GORGEOUS. I have several of their sweaters and they never disappoint. My favorite sweater so far is probably the Gaspard Jumper because it can be worn forward, backward, or as an open cardigan. So versatile!

Ethically Made Cashmere Sweaters

NAADAM is my go-to for cashmere and cashmere blend sweaters. NAADAM also offers a super affordable $75 cashmere sweater in a ton of colors! They also offer reasonably priced luxe cashmere, merino cashmere, and 100% cashmere pieces. I have one of their cashmere lounge sets and it’s SO COMFORTABLE.

NAADAM does have sales 20-30% off every once in awhile and end of season sales that can get up to 50-60% off so definitely pick something up during one of their sales!

Classic Sweaters

I always end up picking up a few sweaters from J.Crew and Banana Republic every year. Both of these retailers have great sales – usually up to 40% off – so I don’t have to spend a lot. J.Crew has a $118 cashmere crewneck sweater available in a ton of colors right now.

Honorable Mentions

I didn’t buy sweaters from these places this year but I always love their selections! If you are looking for really affordable basics, Uniqlo is a great place to go! Aritzia always has a huge collection of sweaters that range from modern to feminine to sporty.

Let me know your favorite places to shop for sweaters in the comments!

Don’t forget to check out my post: Where to Get the Best Fall Boots!

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  1. That looks like such a cosy knit and I love the orange colour! I don’t wear a lot of pieces like this in BRisbane either, but I do want to add a few new ones to my wardrobe this year for something different 🙂

    Thank you for the link up!

    Hope that you are having a good week 🙂 It’s Australia day today, so a public holiday which is nice 🙂

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  2. That colour is gorgeous!

    I get most of my sweaters from Gap! Old Navy and H&M a great for sweaters at a lower price point too though I find you get what you pay for in that sense.

    Have a great weekend!

    xo Jules

    1. Thanks Jules! I used to go to Gap a lot too! Yeah, when I’m in H&M I try to only buy the sweaters made from wool and not acrylic…that way they hold up better! And Old Navy is great for cheap, trendy pieces 🙂 I hope you have a great weekend too!

    1. Thanks so much Jess! I couldn’t resist this color 🙂 It might be a little to warm for California but I got some use out of it when I was visiting the east coast during the 20 degree weather!!

  3. I love the details on your rust colored sweater, and it’s such a perfect color for this time of year. Such great picks! Have a great week!

  4. I hear you Jessica! I am patiently waiting for the weather to cool off a bit more so I can start wearing my sweaters! In the meantime, I love looking at what’s new. Lately, Madewell has caught my eye and I have heard great things about Sezanne. I love the pop of color and also the way it really makes it stand out with a pair of black pants. Amazing combo!

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