Marshall Artist button-up cardigan $225.
As Canadians, our appreciation for sweaters is strong. We wear them for the majority of the year, so we need variety, details, and quality. The sweater selection for this fall is already looking great with lots of knits and retro details.
This Marshall Artist button-up sweater is my favourite, it’s a jacket in the fall, a sweater in the winter, and the details give it a very rustic Canadian feel.
Gsus knit sweater $129.
The preppy rugby stripe never fails to be casual but not too casual, especially when it’s done in rich navy and burgundy. With a scarf and cords or jeans, this is the perfect piece for an easy weekend outfit.
John Varvatos merino wool sweater $185, Horst stripe v-neck $135.
Light sweaters aren’t only great for early fall days, they’re also good for layering and wearing under jackets in the winter. If you’re trying to stretch your money out over more seasons, look for thin knits with bright colours like the purple and blue ones above.
Phil Petter cardigan $325.
Add a cardigan to your outfit for instant sophistication, and when they’re as soft and luxe as this Phil Petter cardigan, you’ll never want to take it off. They can also be easily dressed down for weekend outings.
SAND grey shawl collar sweater $298.
Last but not least is a cozy sweater from SAND, a perfect weight for fall days and ultra soft and cozy. Once October hits, you’re going to want one of these.
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