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Hyasinth Ruched Merino Wool-Blend Sweater, $585 at Net-a-Porter
Asymmetric Sweater With Trims, $45.90 at Zara
Fine-Knit Sweater, $24.99 at H&M
Ribbed-Knit Sweater, $550 at Net-a-Porter
Aric Sweater, $151 at Totokaelo
Dolman-Sleeve Sweater, $59.99 at Mango
Shadow Crew, $128 at Free People
Curve Sweater With V Back, $45 at ASOS
Aiden Striped Button-Down Cardigan, $59 at Urban Outfitters
Northern Lights Vest, $78 at Free People
Button-Back Sweater, $69.50 at J.Crew
& Other Stories
Puffy Merino Wool Sweater, $65 at & Other Stories
Laddered Knit, $299 at ASOS
Ribbed-Knit Turtleneck Sweater, $285 at Net-a-Porter
Bold Sleeve Sweater, $65 at Topshop
Open Side Raglan Top, $375 at Need Supply Co.
House of Holland
Hooded Patchwork Merino Wool-Blend Sweater, $400 at Net-a-Porter
Knit Cardigan With Faux Pearl Button, $35.90 at Zara
Spring likes to play by its own rules. It can be bordering 70 degrees one day, then plummet to the mid-50s by the end of the week. That’s why it’s vital your sweater game remains strong. Whether you’re covering up a simple tank top or a frilly spring dress, the key to layering this season is lightweight fabrics or open weaves. Wool is allowed in small doses, just make sure a decent part of your pullover’s content comes from other sources. There are also sweaters begging to be worn solo. And there’s no need to stick to spring-appropriate brights, expand your color horizons by including earth tones instead of relying on pastels.
Obviously, your stockpile of all-enveloping knits that rival the puffiest puffer won’t work. So here are 18 lightweight options to refresh your spring sweater supply.