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Friday
Dec032010

Fashion Friday - Holiday Sweaters That Don't Make You Cringe

Holiday Sweaters

The first thing that comes to mind are the knit sweaters with little Santa and Reindeer appliques, right? Little bells sewn on that jingle when, um, your grandmother (because I KNOW it's not YOU wearing it) walks down the hall?

You no longer have to fight the urge to buy a holiday sweater!

I've found a few acceptable pieces that are both festive and fashionable. Wear them to school, work, or even that neighborhood holiday party. And instead of the sweater making noise, let the jingle come from the fabulous bling around your wrist!

Calvin Klein Fit and Flare V Neck Sweater

 

Perfect with a pair of skinny jeans and boots, this sweater will look even more festive with the perfect necklace (not the one that looks like plastic lightbulbs) and earrings.

 

Splendid Superfine Long Sleeve Cowl Neck Sweater

Purple is the perfect holiday color! It works for Christmas or Hanukkah, or New Years. It says, "I'm festive but I'm non-traditional. I'm unique."  Or maybe it just says "I don't want to wear an ugly holiday sweater and there is nothing you can do about it." You go girl.

 

FULL TILT Essential Cocoon Womens Cardigan

 Ahhh - the winter whites. What better way to celebrate the holidays than with a white sweater that evokes thoughts of the first snow and cozying up to a warm fire?

 

Which holiday sweater are you?

Janine

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Reader Comments (1)

I just love the last one. LOVE.

December 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMusings of a Housewife

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