Winter is coming, whether or not we're mentally prepared for it. Unfortunately, gone are the days when throwing on a sweater was more of styling choice and less of an absolute necessity. It's (almost) November, which means that for most of us, we're going to need all the layers we can get from now until March. With that in mind, we're sharing the outfits that have us inspired to reach for our largest, coziest oversize sweaters. Fear not: It is, in fact, very possible to bundle up without appearing frumpy. With just a few styling tricks to keep in mind, you'll want to keep these oversize sweater outfits in constant rotation throughout the dead of winter.
Go on to see the oversize sweater outfits that are inspiring us to layer up in the coziest knits all winter long—and shop the coolest sweaters out there.
Try a turtleneck with wide-leg trousers in an unexpected color.
A super-chunky knit looks clean with cuffed jeans and white sneakers.
Go monochrome by matching your trousers to your sweater.
Don't shy away from volume. Try an embroidered or patterned one.
Belt it. Throw on a wide waist belt to give shape to an oversize sweater.
Matchy-matchy. Try coordinating knits in a sweater-and-skirt set.
Pretty in pink—we love this rosy option to break up all your dark winter tones.
Try color-blocking as a fresh way to add some bold hues to your look.
Keep this outfit combo in mind next time you have "nothing to wear": oversize sweater + satin skirt + mid-calf boots.
Give a striped sweater a retro treatment with flared jeans (wire-frame glasses optional).
Pair with cool leather pants and a touch of leopard print.
Tuck into all your high-waisted jeans.
A mock neck always look sleek.
A minimalist's dream sweater.
This would be so pretty layered over a lace slip.
Try an oversize knit.
Pair with retro plaid pants.
Never wear another boring sweater.
Structured yet voluminous.
Leopard print is having a moment right now.
The cashmere turtleneck you'll always reach for.
J.W.Anderson fans will be obsessed with this collab.