Bask in Sweater Weather

SHAPE (USA) - - Front Page - By Jenn Bart­hole

You’ll want to bun­dle up in the lat­est state­ment knits

Win­ter’s new­est knits come in a range of flat­ter­ing sil­hou­ettes and cozy fab­rics, pep­pered with un­ex­pected de­tails like struc­tured shoul­ders and feath­ers. Just fol­low your style—re­laxed, bold, over­size, sleek—and show the cold who’s boss. On model: Ganni The Jul­liard pullover ($490, ganni.com).

Pat­terned

GO GRAPHIC An ar­gyle sweater with color-blocked edges feels mod­ern and gives the il­lu­sion of a lay­ered look. Zara Se­quin Ar­gyle sweater ($50, zara.com).

Tex­tured

FEEL GOOD Olivia Palermo uses a ca­ble-knit sweater to add easy so­phis­ti­ca­tion to flow­ing pants.

At top: Re­becca Tay­lor La Vie Wavy Ca­ble pullover ($295, re­bec­ca­tay­lor.com). Wil­fred Cham­peaux sweater ($168, aritzia.com). Ray-Ban Club­mas­ter Clas­sic sun­glasses ($153, ray-ban.com).

Over­size

Iro Vasen turtle­neck ($287, the­out­net.com). Re­becca Minkoff Jaylin boot ($228, re­bec­ca­minkoff.com).

LONG AND LOOSE Mix­ing a re­laxed sweater with struc­tured boots, as Blake Lively does, can be low­main­te­nance sexy.

ADD FLAIR Edgy, waist-cen­tric em­bel­lish­ments bring a vo­lu­mi­nous sweater from loungy to luxe. Kate Spade New York ($428, kates­pade.com).

pho­to­graph by DEAN ISIDRO

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