Why This Will be the Only Thing You'll Want to Wear This Season
You guys, a sweater dress is essentially a Snuggie that you can wear in public. We know—life-changing, right? We'll let that sink in for a sec. The beauty of the sweater dress is that you don't need to choose between comfort and looking somewhat presentable. Now, you can bring that cozy, bundled-up, "I'm too content-slash-lazy to move" feeling to every aspect in your life, even non-couch-related activities. Yes, you can have it all.
As the cold-weather version of your summer maxi, a ground-grazing knit offers head-to-toe coverage (aka protection from the elements), which serves as a loophole to wearing a dress in the winter sans tights. And, best of all, it's a key layering tool. Treat it as a base under a slip to achieve one of this season's biggest runway pairing, pull over a sweater for doubled-up insulation (and to fake a sweater-skirt look), or layer a button-down underneath for instant workwear vibes. Below, 10 sweater dresses you're going to want to live in all season long.
The most versatile sweater ever. Let's count the ways: 1) Leave it open and treat it as a cardigan, 2) As a cardi-dress, buttoned all the way down, 3) As a top, buttoned halfway, with wide-leg pants, 4) Wear it backwards as a ribbed knit LBD.
Sporty meets girly with this half-zip plum knit dress.
Striped ribbed cuffs add a kick of interest.
How to pull off cut-outs when you're so cold all the damn time: skinny skin-revealing slivers on each wrist.
Instantly harden this ivory number with black patent extras.
You = a lady in red in this dress.
A sweater dress with a twist (OK, it's more like a knot, but you get what we mean).
Deliberately slouchy and outsized, this looks like a boyfriend's shirt—but stretched out so you don't have to stress about a too-short length.
Rag & Bone
A fine knit version is perfect for layering.
Spun from soft cashmere, you can't blame us when you fall asleep at your desk.