// Best Of: Cozy Knits for Fall and Winter by Modern Eve


The first part of the week has been rainy and chilly here in Dallas. It’s the type of weather that requires warm socks, cozy knits and a hot cup of hot chocolate. Lately I’ve discovered some serious sweater crushes and I thought I’d round up my favorites to share with you. I’m loving oversized shapes, detailed embellishments (like zippers and rhinestones) and statement prints. My favorite knitwear trend for 2013 has to be intarsia – a method of knitting using separate balls of yarn for each color area. I love this fresh take on color-blocking. Here are my top 17 sweaters on the market right now, ranging from $28 to $765. Talk about a high/low!

(No. 1) Tibi Mini Splatter Dot Pullover$265; (No. 2) Stella McCartney Striped Wool Sweater at NET-A-PORTER, $765; (No. 3) Xhilaration Juniors Pullover Check Sweater from Target, $28(No. 4) rag & bone Candace Cardigan at Nordstrom, $288(No. 5) Rebecca Taylor Colorblock Intarsia Sweater at Shopbop, $325(No. 6) Joie Valera Bow Sweater at Shopbop, $298(No. 7) J.Crew Leather Panel V-neck Sweater$158(No. 8) Equipment Rei Colorblock Sweater at Shopbop, $209 on sale(No. 9) Zara Two-tone Oversize Sweater$36(No. 10) Topshop Knitted Fluffy Leopard Sweater$88(No. 11) Tibi Lurex Merino Intarsia Sweater$298(No. 12) Rebecca Taylor Blocked Leopard Pullover$295(No. 13) Equipment Shane Plaid Sweater at Nordstrom, $288(No. 14) River Island Check Sweater at ASOS, $80(No. 15) Joie Jalea Sweater$358 (also in olive green)(No. 16) Rebecca Taylor Rhinestone Sweater$450(No. 17) Elizabeth & James Asymmetrical Zip-Detail Pullover at Cusp, $455.


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