Not sure if you got the memo but it is seriously pretty cold outside. We could go ahead and buy sunlight lamps and out-of-seaon strawberries to make ourselves feel better, or we could embrace the change. "Sweater weather" is pretty much one of the most beautiful phrases in the English language ("cellar door" be damned!) so this week we're honing in on inspiring knits. Wool and the Gang is a super-cool brand which sells fashion-forward knits—and kits (yes, with yarn and needles!) to DIY. Turns out their Pinterest page is everything we hoped it would be, chock-full of utterly awesome boards (for the home, focus on the details) which has us stoked for the nippy weather. Click through for sartorial inspiration out the wazoo—and maybe a little nudge toward knitting up a little something yourself.
Chunky but Super Chic
This youngster looks super hip in a delightfully oversized, bright sweater (by Wool and the Gang, natch.)
Superfuzz Meets Super Neon
Keep warm by covering your core, stay fashionable by popping on this little neutral/neon number.
Swath Yourself in Pink
A fuzzy pink sweater + menswear-inspired watch = sartorial success, every time.
Destroyed but Lovely
This is actually an art piece, but doesn't it looked like one of your more well-loved sweaters?
A Lovely Sweater Scene
This is probably what we'll be doing a lot this winter: wearing oversized novelty sweaters and ODing on OJ to combat SAD.
Biggie Knits Rule Again
Yes, this massive, big-gauge cape looks very warm. We'll take one in every color, please and thanks.
Cozy but Mod
There are so many great combos going on here (pastels mixed with black, clean shapes and cozy sweaters) and it proves that wearing a sweater doesn't mean you have to look like you're about to go hibernate.
Can't Get Enough Fuzz
We know, we know: another fuzzy pastel sweater. It's just too good not to feature again.
Street Style Knits
This is like the ultimate example of how to do a sweater in the street style vein: pair a bright knit with dark accents, "who cares" attitude.
Classic sweaters are classics for a reason; fun twists on the classics are super exciting.