Hi guys! How did the weekend treat you? After what seemed like a month of non-stop rain we finally had a beautiful weekend! We headed to the beach to soak in chilly mornings and sunny beach days. I love the beach this time of year because it is SO much quieter and the weather is usually amazing at the end of September into early October. We were also finally allowed to bring our dogs on the beach which makes me happy. It felt so good to be away for a little bit. Doesn’t it always feel nice?
Chilly mornings and nights call for longer sleeves to keep warm. My wardrobe definitely starts to get more casual during the colder months so I make sure to stock up on the basics like long-sleeve knits and sweaters. I hardly ever splurge too much on sweaters and I’ve found 4 great go-to shops that have the best selection of quality knitwear that don’t break the bank. Often times you think cheaper knitwear won’t last more than one season but I’ve definitely been super surprised at that how much the quality of my sweaters from these shops have held up.
1. H&M – This is my favorite place to load up on sweaters. They have such a big selection with a lot of neutral colors to choose from. This sweater that I’m wearing above is so thick and cozy. Perfect for those chilly fall days. I also picked up this sweater (under $30) in like 3 different colors. It will be perfect for layering underneath jackets.
3. Everlane – Everlane is great for high quality basics at a discounted price! They are well-known for their cashmere sweaters that come in every color you could ever want and I just picked up this sweater in camel because I know it will go with all my tweed blazers. I also own and love this simple crew in black that I’ve gotten a lot of use out of.
4. And Other Stories – I’m really into the sweaters at And Other Stories right now! I just picked up this rusty orange turtleneck that is SO soft and cozy. I am loving rusty orange so much this season and they have a lot to choose from like this one and this one.
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