Insomniac Sale Picks: Non-bulky, Warm Winter Sweaters

*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Torey requested a few picks for non-bulky, warm winter sweaters, so here we go:

Pim + Larkin Cashmere Crew Neck Sweater – was $129, now $109.50

Yes, cashmere is expensive. But this fiber is warm and cozy in a way that most other sweater fibers aren’t, and even a featherweight cashmere will keep you toasty. Especially if layered. This particular sweater has a slightly casual feel with the criss-crossed stitching at the neckline, but tuck a button-front underneath and a statement necklace at the collar and you’re ready for a fancy occasion. Or work! Available in this citron, orange, red, hunter green, cobalt, and a light heather gray in sizes XS – L. (For a plainer option – minus the neckline detail, see this Sofie Cashmere Crew Neck for $98 in 10 gorgeous colors.)

Classiques Entier Seta V-Neck Cardigan – was $158, now $78.98

Naturally, this cardigan requires layering. But it’s a thin knit made from a blend of cotton, silk, viscose rayon, and cashmere. And that double-whammy of silk and cashmere means it will trap body heat beautifully. Pick more silk or cashmere for your underlayers for even more warmth! Available in sizes XS – XL in black, mustard, and red.

Smartwool Cascade Creek Cowl Neck Sweater – was $140, now $125.99

Smartwool knows warmth, and this 100% merino cowl is fitted but undoubtedly cozy. The fiber itself is a warm one, and it always helps your overall body temperature to keep your neck covered. Available in heather brown, heather gray, and black in sizes S – XL. Size availability and price vary by color.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for non-bulky, warm winter sweaters:

  1. Pure Collection – This vendor focuses on cashmere and cashmere blends, and is almost always running a sale of some sort.
  2. Wintersilks – Sweaters are pretty basic, but this silk specialist sells a variety of style year-round.
  3. J.Crew – The acrylic blends are thin but not-warm. J.Crew’s cashmere and wool, however, tend to be bulk-free and cozy. The merino Tippi sweater is a good bet.

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  • http://line4line.blogspot.com K-Line

    Great picks Sally.

  • Mary

    Hooray!! I am a week late for this post, but it was just what I was hoping for!!
    Scouting out natural fibers is crucial to my winter-wear shopping. I just have no patience any longer for acrylics or viscose as primary “ingredients” in my sweaters. In them, I sweat like crazy but am still shivering!
    I love love love wool, wool-blends, and a good deal on cashmere when I can find it. Thank you, Sally!