Sweater Weather

Even though the temperatures are in their 90s this week in L.A., it is still officially “sweater weather” in my book – mainly because I’m heading East next month, where it’s freezing! I realize my wardrobe needs a re-haul, so I went online to see which sweater styles I like the best. Here are some of my favorites:

Cowl Neck Sweaters

PattyBoutik Women’s Cowl Neck Ruched Sides Sweater

The cowl neck doesn’t strangle and the ruched sides are reminiscent of the pregnancy tops I loved so much. They will play a big role in hiding the holiday fat.

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Ugly Sweater

Tipsy Elves Women’s Santa Unicorn Christmas Sweater

Break out the eggnog and ugly sweaters because they have become so trendy it’s no longer a Goodwill find. No holiday is complete without attending an “Ugly Sweater” party. This one features the mythical animal of the year – the unicorn.

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The Chunky Sweater

Moon River Women’s Cable Turtleneck Chunky Sweater

Nothing says “winter” like a chunky sweater. I love oversize cable sweaters. They have a classic look and are like a nice, warm hug.

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Sexy Sweater

Cosbeauty Women’s Sexy Deep V Neck Wrap Front or Backless Knit Sweater Pullover

This sweater is versatile and sexy whether you wear the V-neck to the front or the back. Really cute if you want to reveal a little or a lot.

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Keep you and your clothes static-free with Static Schmatic

I received a sample of Static Schmatic and it actually works. I’m a pretty static-y person in the winter, so this anti-static product, made with natural ingredients. There are different formulas available, for clothes, kids, pets, and more! Read more about the mother-daughter team behind Static Schmatic on their website: staticschmatic.com

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