The Stripe Sweater Edit

I love a good stripe! My closet is filled with different sweaters with stripes, and I have to stop myself from ordering more. Recently, my husband pointed out that after I tried on a new great striped sweater, maybe I had enough. I am not sure if that is possible. If you love striped sweaters like me or want to update your fall wardrobe with the stripe trend, you will enjoy this stripe edit of sweaters. There are different price points to cover splurge options and budget-friendly options under $100. Do you have a favorite brand that wasn’t included? Comment below and share your favorites with the EDP community. 

Sweater weather is just around the corner. I purchased a few new sweaters for the upcoming season. 

The Stripe Sweater Edit

All the above sweaters can be found in this post here.

JCrew Striped Sweaters

There are two great hero sweaters from J.Crew. This one is under $100 and a reader favorite. It’s not super thick for cold days, so layer something warm underneath. I sized up to a medium. I also own the cropped Emilie cardigan, which is super cute and on-trend.

Under $100 Striped Sweater Options

I have been loving GAP and Mango these days. They have great, affordable sweaters that won’t break the bank. I own this sweater in the black and white colorway in size small.

Sézane Favorite Striped Sweaters

I love the James jumper from Sézane. It was on my wish list. It’s a heavier cable knit sweater with button detail on the shoulder. You will want to reach for this cozy knit striped sweater for colder days.

Striped Sweater Edit Madewell ReCashmere Sweater

This post on striped sweaters wouldn’t be complete without adding this adorable one from Madewell.

La Ligne Striped Sweater Edit

La Ligne has so many great striped sweater options. I had to stop myself from adding more to this post. 

Alex Mill Striped Sweater

This button-back crewneck sweater from Alex Mill is a favorite. I own it in the solid green and reach for it all the time. It comes in an ivory and black striped option. You can wear the buttons on the front or back to mix it up or as a cardigan sweater.

How to Style a Stripe Sweater

Style these with your favorite flats, Chelsea boots, and jeans to instantly feel pulled together. 

I prefer to do a front tuck with my sweaters for a more fitted style at the waist. 

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