Brrr. It’s turned cold here again! I keep pushing spring in my mind, but I guess it’s a useless cause. So today I’m sharing a compromise. I’ve got a beautiful, bright and colorful sweater that is suitable for winter now as well as the early days of spring. PLUS I’ve gathered 9 other colorful sweaters for you to choose from, too.
Here’s to brightening up these cold winter days with some beautiful, colorful sweaters!
This beautiful sweater is actually even called Spring Stripe Sweater. So there ya go! It’s amazingly soft and has lots of give. I’m wearing the medium here, but I’ve returned it for the small. I don’t think the photo above accurately portrays how roomy it is because I tried to make it look more fitted for the post. Trust me, lots of give in this sweater.
After I ordered this creamy cotton blend drop sleeve sweater, I saw two other style bloggers share it. Then I was so excited to receive mine because they made it look so good.
The other bloggers who shared this same sweater paired it with jeans, one with black jeans and one with blue. And those pairings looked casual, smart and lovely. But since I thought you might have seen them, too, I decided to pair it with my black pants.
I was thrilled that this sweater paired so nicely with both jeans and dress slacks. You know I’m all about versatility!
So yes, the stripes on this creamy backdrop are pink and true black. So you could also wear it with a black wool pencil skirt or black cords.
You could add a cami under this sweater or even a button up shirt, if you needed the extra warmth. But I think this sweater is also light enough to wear into the early days of spring. And it’s an easy layer to take off if the spring day heats up.
After finding this little gem I thought I’d see if there were other pretty, colorful sweaters that could beautifully refresh a tired winter wardrobe. And I hit the jackpot! Below are 10 colorful sweaters to breathe fresh air into your weary winter closet.
But don’t forget about this one, too. Last I checked it was fully stocked. And I think the price is pretty reasonable, too. I’m looking forward to wearing this sweet sweater with jeans, too.
Shop the Look:
You can shop the look through the links in the copy above or through the shopping widget below. Sale prices are not always reflected in the widget, so click through to get pricing info. Remember, if you purchase anything through these links I potentially earn a commission, but at no cost to you. Thank you for shopping through Dressed for My Day. I am grateful!
I hope you enjoyed this post and that it inspired you to breathe a little fresh air into your weary winter wardrobe. Of course, you could also add a pretty, colorful scarf. But if you liked what you saw here, I hope you’ll share it on Pinterest or Facebook. Thanks so much for stopping in today!
Don’t Miss a Post:
If you like what you’re seeing here at Dressed for My Day, I invite you to subscribe to my email list. You can receive an email each time I post (about 6 times weekly) or just on Saturdays. You choose! But you’ll also receive the password to open up all the subscriber freebies I offer.
I’ve linked today’s post to Jo-Lynne Shane’s Fashion Friday Link-Up. Be sure to check out the other great style ideas there.
Do you have friends who are older and younger than you? I have to say, I really enjoy my time with both older and younger women. There’s so much to be gained either way.
From my older friends I learn wisdom. But from my younger friends I am gain perspective, too. They remind me to be grateful for the journey the Lord has brought me through thus far. They keep me current, too. I like to think that I contribute something to my older and younger friends, but mainly I like to listen when I’m in their presence.
In the same way, older women are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers, not addicted to much wine. They are to teach what is good, so they may encourage the young women to love their husbands and to love their children, to be self-controlled, pure, homemakers, kind, and submissive to their husbands, so that God’s message will not be slandered. ~ Titus 2:3-5