I know I just did a post on crewnecks back in November, but they are what I find myself wearing most of the time this winter for some reason, so I’m revisiting. They’re just so easy, and a little preppy, which I guess I’m digging, and you can make them look cool with a striped tee or patterned shirt peeking out underneath. I just saw this marled cashmere number in J. Crew’s New Arrivals and even though I don’t need any new sweaters, I want it so much.
Just a really good pink, which you don’t find every day, and it’s nice and slouchy too.
A big, fuzzy mohair sweater at a nice price.
I like the speckled effect on this cashmere option from Rag & Bone .
A boxier version of Everlane’s classic crewneck.
The stripes here are so playful, and I love the mix of colors.
The interplay of textures here is divine.
The Kate Moss for Equipment line has just released a new collection, and there are some really stellar prints in in, starting with this one, which incorporates circles and stars, two of my favorites.
Love the shooting stars here.
This one has an eye print: definitely not for everyone, but delightful in its way.
Lately, I’m liking the idea of a single, bold, statement-making cuff. It’s an easy way to turn a boring outfit interesting quick, and there’s something about its solidness that gives me a little dose of confidence when I wear one, which is a funny thing to say about a piece of jewelry, but it’s true. Mostly, I go for specimens with clean, simple lines, like this one from Annie Costello Brown.
You can’t go too far wrong with a like a classic sterling silver cuff (here’s a less expensive option).
I love the bubbly texture here—it feels like it would be fun to wear.
The deep cross here is so striking.
And the cutouts here are kind of sexy, no?