7 Pastel Sweaters To Perk Up Your Fall/Winter Wardrobe
If settling in for several weeks of winter is getting you down, perk up your wardrobe and your soul with a pretty pastel sweater.
Forget having to wear black, navy, gray, and burgundy in Fall and winter. Pink, blue, yellow, mint green, and peachy-colored sweaters are overflowing in stores this year. It almost feels like Easter has arrived early!
Here are a few of my favorite pastel sweaters, from chunky knits to ribbed pullovers, the softest, prettiest cashmere sweaters, and more!
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Slouchy Blue Mock Neck
I love that you can look polished and feel cozy at the same time in this cloud blue mock neck sweater. I first noticed this style a couple of years ago, and now there are so many variations of it, such as this one which the drop shoulders and oversized fit.
Pastels are definitely the new wave of fashion this winter judging by this lemony cable knit cardigan sweater. This pop of yellow on a cold winter day is cheery and warm. The marled yarn and pushed-up sleeves give you a laid-back, sporty look that makes me want to dive in and snuggle up.
Mint green is chic, uplifting, and a wonderful color to add to your winter wardrobe. If there was ever a color to combat winter blues, it's mint green. This delightful puff sleeve sweater is soft yet striking and pairs well with just about any color.
Pink is a beautiful color to wear over 40 because it adds a nice blush to your cheeks and gives you a youthful glow. No need to go out in the cold to get pink cheeks! This lightweight turtleneck sweater expertly bridges the gap between fall and winter and winter and spring when you might not want a large, chunky sweater.
This soft, relaxed peach sweater with its ribbed V-neckline is slouchy and sexy. Cotton shaker stitch makes this sweater a cozy option on cold days. This sweater is a feminine way to add some magic to your winter wardrobe.
This lovely lilac sweater is stylish and practical. Its relaxed cardigan style and balloon sleeves give it a graceful, feminine look. The lilac looks lovely worn with high-contrast dark jeans, but would also look stunning with white jeans too.
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