How to Style Cashmere Sweaters.

July 27, 2022

Take advantage of sweater weather with a few easy to copy styling tips.

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Fall is officially here—and if you’re anything like us—you’ve been patiently waiting for the weather to cooperate so you can finally start wearing all of your cozy sweaters. With this welcome change in season, we figured it’s the perfect opportunity to offer a few tips and tricks for styling our cashmere knits. Prepare to get inspired with the fall layering ideas below and shop our sweaters to recreate the looks for yourself!

When in doubt, tuck it.

The half-tuck has been getting all of the attention lately, but why not switch it up with a full tuck? Our relaxed turtleneck looks chic and slim tucked into high waisted jeans. You can even add a belt for a very of-the-moment look.

Double Down

Channel old-school preppy style by layering two sweaters. Casually tie our relaxed turtleneck sweater in a contrasting color over your shoulders or go for a more relaxed drape, sans tie.

When the weather wont make up its mind.  

For those typical fall days that start off warm and get chilly, it’s always a good idea to have an extra layer at the ready. Try twisting our boxy cropped sweater under your arm and tying it crossbody for an unexpected look that’s both cozy and fashion forward.

Go crazy for color.

Our boxy cropped sweater in vibrant red looks great when styled with other bold colors. Here we pair it with electric blue pumps and high-waisted black jeans, but it works just as well with deep jewel tones like burgundy, amber, and fuchsia. Pro tip: Add in color in the form of accessories and stick to a max of two shades, keeping the rest of the look neutral.

Dress it up with silk.

The beauty of cashmere? It’s as easy to dress up as it is to dress down. We love the contrast of a smooth, silk skirt paired with a soft, textured knit like our mock neck sweater. Not into skirts? Try half-tucking a cashmere sweater into a pair of wide leg silk pants for a look that’s just as chic.