Winter Knitwear Edit.

Winter Knitwear Edit

Winter Knitwear Edit

Today’s post is a big roundup of our favorite knitwear. Even though winters in Charleston are definitely milder than New York, we have both been bundling up. Also! La Ligne has extended my code for the month of February, if you are a new customer GRACE10 will get you 10% off. I love the Lean Lines Sweater (I wear the medium) and the Marin (also a medium!).


I am always cold and I know I sometimes drive Carly nuts by constantly turning the heat up in my house as we are working. So I rely on big cozy sweaters that are still cute as I want to be cozy but not look like a total slob. My number one, most favorite sweater is the La Ligne Marin sweater. It is perfect. I wear the medium (my usual size) but it is a bit oversized and slouchy. I like it that way!

My number two most worn sweater is the Jenni Kayne fisherman sweater. My cost per wear on this one is ultra low, I’ve had it a few years and it shows zero signs of wear. Just a really great basic. This one runs more traditional in fit; I take my usual medium but size up if you want it to be oversized. I also have found myself shopping a lot more at Sezane this year. They make pretty basics that always feel interesting, and the prices are reasonable. We’ve included three favorite sweaters from them below!


My goal for 2024 was to take a step away from being the resident lazy friend in the winter months…aka letting my look consist of a beanie, hoodie, and sweats. Because of this, I truthfully had such a hard time narrowing down my top picks to include in this edit! Although our winters in Charleston are minimal at best, I try and take advantage of the cold weather because it feels like my style really shines through when I can afford to put on more than just a light tank and shorts. This Reformation sweater was a birthday gift to myself (Scorpios love to splurge!) and I cannot express how much wear I’ve gotten out of it. The crop adds a youthful touch but can still give a look of luxury with some jeans or a good trouser.

I find myself constantly going for a cardigan this season, and this & Other Stories fitted knit is just too good to resist. The fitted waistline paired with the relaxed sleeves? To die for! My last two must haves from this edit are this COS mohair tank and this Sezane cardigan. Believe me when I tell you it is Sezane’s world and we’re just living in it! Molly Blutstein (@accidentalinfluencer — one of my all time style inspiration) wore a Sezane sweater in this gorgeous dusty blue and I’ve been so eager to recreate this look.

Related: Our Winter Shoe Edit

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  1. m:

    Fellow southerner here and I’m always trying to stock my closet with lighter weight sweaters for fall and winter. I love the pointelle options at Sezane because they give a teeny bit of ventilation and are just so beautifully made at a great price point. We have such a short sweater season down here and I want to take advantage of every second of it!

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    • grace at the stripe:

      I love those too! Same with Doen!!!!

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