Here’s a roundup of comfortable pullovers that are an easy “pull-on-and-go”. Some of the styles are very casual, whereas others are sufficiently dressy to wear to the office with business casual separates. Be sure to check out the different colour options.
- Theory Rainee Crewneck Terry Sweater: Super soft and cuddly, and a little more tailored than the rest of the items.
- Theory Silvan Top: A modern, drapey V-neck tee that can be dressed up or down.
- Marc Jacobs Claudia Cotton Blend Sweater: A mixed media, grungy piece with busloads of textural slub.
- Trouvé Side Slit Tunic Sweater: The tapered and textured sleeves provide just enough structure for this oversized item. Read the rave reviews.
- Trouvé V-neck High-Low Sweater: A similar piece in a V-neck. More rave reviews.
- Trouvé Braid Trim Open Knit Sweater: Crisp drape and more structure. The sporty stripe down the sleeve is fun and adds a little extra to the garment.
- Trouvé Sheer Panel V-neck Sweater: More mixed media and another V-neck, both in the back and front.
- Nordstrom Collection Cashmere Swing Pullover: It’s less orange and more tomato red in person. The back detailing is divine, although it’s not clear from the photo. It swings open and is super alluring in a subtle way. Might be best to wear a tank top so that you’re covered when waving around your arms in a work setting. I love this non-itch and romantic piece, which is now on my wish list.
- Vince Camuto Three Quarter Sleeve Bubble Stitch Top (Plus): Ever so sightly fluid, really pretty, and great worn with shades of grey and black accents.
- Vince Camuto Slouchy Pocket Sweater: A pullover that reminds me of the ‘80s and is begging to be worn with boyfriend jeans.
- Halogen Polka-Dot High-Low Sweater (Plus): Gorgeous with a black pencil skirt. Refined, modern, playful and non-itch.
These pieces will probably look just as good with white jeans and bottoms, especially as we move further away from Winter and into Spring.