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The Coolest Sweaters to Keep You Warm This Winter

By Tammy Woeppel

If the temperature is going to remain in the single digits, at least we can rejoice that it is really truly sweater season! Knitwear is having a moment with all the statement lengths, sleeves, shoulders, and embellishments. We rounded up our dream shopping list of the coolest pieces to get you through a long, cold winter. 

1. Pixie Market, $108
The scallop detail plus the crop fit plus the flare sleeve. Love.It.All. 


2. Rag and Bone/JEAN, $250
Basic but not with the contrast stripe detail


3. I Love Mr. Mittens, $451

Throw it on over E'ERTHANG.


4. Free People, $128

This is the hero sweater that will instantly look adorable under any blazer or coat in your closet. 


5. Sezane, $135

Just enough frill but not trying too hard- Sezane always gets it so right! 


6. Vince, $185

Part-sweater, part-sweatshirt, this would be adorable paired with a patterned midi skirt and white boots


7. Chloe, $2150

 Uggghhhh Chloe, why do you always have to be so good?!


8. Self-Portrait, $340

A sleeve, shoulder, and stripe detail that somehow still looks basic enough for everyday wear. 


9. Monse, $850

LOVE the black colorblock back detail- great for someone who prefers neutrals but wants a little pop of color. 


10. Goodnight Macaroon, $89

 The piped ruffle detail and cable knit pattern make this sweater. Pair it with a cool, pleated maxi skirt or cropped wide-leg jeans.


11. Co, $775

 The pearl embellishment on this puff-sleeve sweater is just so sweet!


12. Tibi, $495

Tibi has the best ladylike pieces and her knitwear is no different


13. Everlane, $125

Everlane's wide selection of basic cashmere is wallet-friendly and totally wearable


14. Rag and Bone, $275

You'll live in this all winter 


15. Sonya Rykiel, $550

Love. Need. Now. Right? 


16. Stella McCartney, $960

Sleeve details are not going anywhere and this Stella piece is quite the statement.


17. Adam Lippes, $375

Super into the tonal pattern on this marled fair isle number.


18. Sandro Paris, $325

So simple, yet so amazing. The French brands just know how to dress a woman!


So if you've made it through that list without dying from the amazingness that is out there in the form of sweaters, show us your cold weather picks. We wanna see! Stay cool and keep warm Mamas!


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THESE Are the NYE Looks You're Going to Need to Ring in 2018!

By Tammy Woeppel

Everyone wants to start the New Year off on the right foot, and in my book, that means having the most perfect outfit. I can neither confirm nor deny that I will be in bed by approximately 9:30pm that night (and every other night for that matter), but a girl can dream, right? If YOU, however, have plans that do not include pizza and joggers, read on to gather inspiration for your next NYE ensemble.  

A super fresh take on the sequin mini (from Revolve)


With those arm slits and architectural shoulders, this is anything but your plain old party dress (from Barney's)


And....the more wallet friendly option (from Asos)


Lady-like in lace, but still edgy and party-ready with black contrast crochet panels (from Forward)


Layer a black turtleneck under for day or wear with your sparkliest chandelier earrings to watch the ball drop (from Nasty Gal


You can wear your mini and eat your cake too in this brilliant sweatshirt dress (from Caycee Black)


Modest yet sexy all at once (from Anine Bing)


Channel your inner 70's vibe in this gorgeous velvet number (from The Reformation)


A flirty little number versatile enough to wear long after the clock strikes midnight (from Intermix)


Leave it to Ray Ray to come up with the most perfect glam metallic jumpsuit (from Rachel Zoe)


A sweet-yet-sophisticated romper paired with a moto jacket is a great 

 alternative to your traditional mini dress (from Neiman Marcus)


The high neck countered by the high slit makes this super wearable yet still show-ey enough for a New Year's night out (from Fame and Partners)


A deconstructed take on the traditional allover sequin dress (from LULU the label)


The LBD gets a fresh twist with a subtle sequin detail (from ALC)


Such a pretty, feminine take on a jumpsuit silhouette (from Anthropologie)
If you don't want to commit to the full spangly look, pair this iridescent sequin turtleneck with black leather shorts (from Sammy B)
We're super psyched for 2018, so let's ring it in right! Here's to looking good on NYE and all. year. long! xx. 

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