Cozy Chic Sweaters For $50 OR LESS!

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Dressing well for cold weather is no walk in the park… more like a sludge through wind, rain and frozen pellets of snow/ice.

Especially if you live anyplace like Cleveland!

This weekend was especially raw, cold and disgusting and it made me want to go and layer on the thickest, softest sweater I own. My favorite sweaters are those luxe, cashmere knits in classic neutrals that never go out of style and can look perfect (no pilling!) for season after season. However, sometimes when I’m craving something a little bit more fashion forward it’s nice to have cute and inexpensive alternatives.

With the holidays just days away, I thought it would be fun to curate a collection of this season’s best on-trend, party-ready, cozy-chic sweaters — all for $50 or less! Throw one on with a favorite pair of jeans and your party heels, and you’re ready to go.

(Click on the images below for product details!)

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How pretty is that periwinkle blue of #7? Those bell sleeves add just enough detail to make it extra special and something that looks way more expensive than it is. By the way, it’s only $49.95.

The sleeves of #11, just bring that drama! It would look awesome with BLACK LEATHER PANTS and THESE HEELS!

Now, #12 just might be your new favorite sweater of the season. Two years ago, I added a TURTLENECK SWEATER PONCHO to my collection and I’ve worn it countless times since. It’s such a warm and stylish piece for any woman’s wardrobe!

Also, before I forget — #14, that OLD NAVY BUFFALO CHECK OPEN CARDIGAN also comes in a traditional red check! How cute would that be for Christmas morning and all of those early morning holiday photos? Wear it with SKINNY JEANS and my favorite WINTER BOOTS (which just happen to currently be on very rare SALE!), or just layered over your best PAJAMAS.

Stay warm, friends!

cozy chic sweaters under $50


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