Sweater Weather Is Around the Corner—36 Under-$100 Cozy Knits I'd Wear Every Day


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Sweater weather is upon us. If you haven't already, now's the time to switch out your closets from summer and spring pieces to layer-friendly fall and winter items. If you're in need of a few extra knits to better prepare you for the chillier days ahead, you've come to the right place. As a shopping editor, I know how quickly the costs associated with a little wardrobe facelift can pile up, so I've decided to highlight gorgeous under-$100 sweaters and cozy knits I've seen across the internet. 

You can expect a range of beautiful pieces, from turtleneck sweaters to everyday cardigans. I've included affordable fashion selects from top-tier online retail hot spots like H&M, Mango, and Eloquii. Keep scrolling to uncover your new favorite fall knit. 

Associate Shopping Editor
Chinazor "Chichi" Offor is a Georgia-born, Los Angeles–based associate editor and model who has recently relocated from Brooklyn, New York, and joined Who What Wear's West Coast offices. For WWW, she utilizes her love of personal style to dish out shopping advice to the masses.After graduating from the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism, Chichi moved to Brooklyn and began hustling to make it in the NYC media world. Before landing at WWW, she spent some time at Vice Media Group, where she helped revolutionize Refinery29's plus-size and inclusive fashion coverage and even co-hosted a summer styling series. Prior to R29, she supported Bustle Digital Group's commerce team and freelanced for various publications.Chichi is a multi-passionate, pop culture–obsessed television and music lover who enjoys a good concert and a yummy meal just as much as she loves analyzing cultural trends and throwing together a solid outfit. After work, you can probably find her bopping around the best L.A. restaurants talking about her latest ADHD-fueled hyper-fixation (e.g., Jesse McCartney's underrated career, TikTok black hole discoveries, and theories on the emo-rock music revival).