My Secret Hack for Scoring Cute Sweaters for Real Cheap

No matter how "stylish" or "different" you want to be, come fall, your uniform naturally resorts back to jeans and a cute sweater. Since repeating the same sweaters over and over can get a tad dreary, but spending all of your hard-earned money on lavish ones doesn't really make sense, I decided to fill you in on my little secret for taking those two qualms and meeting them in the middle. The key to scoring cute and cheap sweaters you can wear all season long is shopping at Forever 21.

Not sure if you heard, but Forever 21 is soon to be closing, so before it does, I highly suggest you stock up on the retailer's knitwear. Forever 21 is known for a lot of things, but I'd bet a lot of money you didn't really think to turn to it for expensive-looking cheap sweaters. From the chicest pearl-adorned cardigans to cozy oversized cable knits, the selection of cheap sweaters ahead is truly the best and will have you feeling comfortable and looking stylish this fall without breaking the bank.

The best part, however, is when the compliments start to roll in and people ask you where your sweater is from. The look on their faces when you say you got it for $18 is going to be priceless every time, trust me.

The perfect going-out top for the fall season and beyond.

Hurry and copy this look ASAP if you know what's good for you.

Two sweaters for the price of $35? We'll take it.

Pair a preppy sweater with a chunky chain for a cool-girl fall aesthetic. 

The fall wardrobe basic you will wear tirelessly. 

Snag this one in every hue and your seasonal layering woes will all disappear. 

Oatmeal-colored sweaters are the pumpkin spice lattes of sweaters. 

I'm sorry, but this sweater looks so expensive. 

Can't resist the fuzz. Don't want to. 

Wear this one buttoned up for a simple yet striking fall top option.

Throw this on during the weekend with leggings and sneakers.

Cher Horowitz would 100% approve of this sweater.

Just the right amount of prep on this one.

I plan on wearing this one over a black silk slip dress.

In case you're craving a little frill.

Watch out—this hue is about to be everywhere this spring.

Cardigans as tops are clearly all I can think about right now—sue me!