These soft, chunky knits may just be the best thing about fall (besides pumpkin spice, of course).
Two by Vince Camuto Cowlneck Sleeveless Sweater
The sleeveless cut on this hip-length sweater makes it an ultra-versatile styling piece—wear it on its own while the weather is just cooling off, then layer it over something long-sleeved once the deep chill sets in.
To buy: $69; vincecamuto.com.
Topshop Cropped Cable Knit Jumper
All the appeal of a carefully sourced vintage fisherman knit, but with a more figure flattering (read: it won’t totally overwhelm you) cropped silhouette.
To buy: $65; topshop.com.
Joan Vass Cowlneck Sweater
With its long tunic length, this marled grey turtleneck makes the perfect weekend companion piece for your favorite leggings.
To buy: $30; saksofffifth.com.
NYDJ Fairisle Cascade Cardigan
Like the best blanket—but more appropriate for leaving the house—this super soft wrap cardigan will keep you warm and snug all season long.
To buy: $198; nydj.com.
Madewell Cotton-Blend Sweater
Cozy and cute, thanks to on-trend details like wrist-tie sleeves. Also available in three other colors.
To buy: $80; madewell.com.
J. Crew The 1999 Funnelneck Sweater in Merino Wool
This pretty periwinkle number has super chic extras, like a refined funnel neck and ribbed detailing at the cuffs, hem, and shoulders. Also available in ivory.
To buy: $118; jcrew.com.
GAP Mockneck Batwing Tunic
Whether you wear it as a tunic over skinny jeans, or as a sweater dress paired with flat, over-the-knee boots, this pick will keep you warm in style. Also available in black.
To buy: $90; gap.com.