I Live in Cozy Sweaters This Time of Year, and These Are Topping My List


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I'm pretty sure I've worn the same outfit for the past three days, and I'm not even kidding: a sherpa sweatshirt, Lululemon Wunder Under leggings, and fuzzy socks. On repeat.

No matter how much heat we blast in our apartment, I am always cold. Maybe it has to do with being anemic, but I'm convinced that there is just a constant chill in the air after November 1 that does not go away. It also doesn't help that I'm always in cold weather. From New York to Chicago for Thanksgiving, I have gone from frigid to freezing in a 2-hour-and-45-minute plane ride. 

Despite it feeling like Siberia wherever I go, my sister has informed me that after three days of lounging around our apartment in my sherpa sweatshirt, I needed to change. She came up to me and sniffed me, wondering if it's me that smells instead of our dogs (it's definitely our dogs). Regardless, she does have a point. I really need to change.

So I searched my closet and realized that all of my favorite sweaters are in my New York apartment, and my clothing here in Chicago is my high school wardrobe, which I really do not need to relive. I obviously cannot go and change into something more structured; I need my cozy sweaters. And so I'm turning to the most affordable and easily attainable option I know: Amazon.

I immediately knew I made the right choice. There are chunky knits, bouclé turtlenecks, even a few sherpa numbers I added to my cart as soon as they appeared on the screen. Within two days, I know I will have an entire new wardrobe of sweaters at my door, without the judgemental glare from my wallet. So check out below all of the 23 cozy sweaters we're living in this time of year.

(And Lily, you can stop sniffing me now.)


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