Hello #sweaterweather – it’s been a long, hot summer and I’ve been itching to buy some cute and cozy sweaters. I think the last time I bought sweaters, I was pregnant with Jaxson (my 2.5 year old) and in my second trimester. I filled my cart with anything soft and stretchy to get my through my winter pregnancy.
So since it’s been a good three years (and I live in the chilly midwest region close to the Great White North), I’m overdue for a Fall Sweater Haul!
I recently decided to try out SHEIN after I fell in love with a couple of their sweaters on Pinterest. Their prices are unbeatable, and they have great reviews. I loved shopping on their website because they offer reviewers the opportunity to upload photos of themselves in the outfits they purchased, and don’t filter any not so great comments. These reviews made it easier to navigate the clothes I thought would fit me better and be a better spend for my one-income wallet.
Well, without further ado, here is my Fall Sweater Haul from SHEIN…
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Pink Off The Shoulder Sweater
I adore this off-the-shoulder sweater! The color is so feminine, and even though it’s one size, the ‘neck/shoulder’ part is super stretchy and fits like a glove. It comes in a one-size option, but even on my smaller frame it fits just fine.
The sleeves are really warm and wide, which I’m not particularly used to, but are comfortable.
For about $10, this sweater is pretty incredible – and super flattering!
The back laces up, and there’s a simple front pocket. Because I’m more on the petite side, the one-size only option was a little concerning, but I think it looks great.
It comes in a pretty ‘khaki’ color (which is more like a mustard) that I wish I had gotten along with the gray.
Grey Long Sleeve Loose Sweater
This sweater makes me want to grab a cup of hot cocoa, and snuggle up with my boys and watch some Hocus Pocus because it is crazy comfortable. I love the dropped shoulder look, although I don’t think I’d wear this out of the house.
Crisscross V Neck Marled Jumper
I think this one was only about $13, and is only available in the gray color.
Boat Neck Striped Knitwear
I recently wore this nautical-esque sweater to the cider mill with the boys to pick out some pumpkins, and it was really warm and cozy.
This sweater comes in a one-size option, and seemed to fit really well.
Dip Hem Marled Knit Jumper
This sweater is one of my faves from my Fall Sweater Haul, because of both the color and the fit. This would look great with some leggings, and maybe a light scarf.
It’s certainly a cuddle-by-the-fire kind of sweater!
Olive Green Drop Shoulder Textured Sweater
If there’s one color I need more of in my closet, it’s olive green! I have tons of neutral colored clothing – whites, grays, and blacks, so this is a great and welcome change.
This sweater can also be worn as a drop shoulder, but I find it more comfortable on both shoulders ;).
Cold Shoulder Solid Sweater
I love that this sweater is called a ‘cold shoulder’. Seriously, how cute is that?
I certainly don’t feel cold wearing this sweater (shoulders and all), and love the rich deep burgundy color.
V Neck Striped Sleeve Sweater
This gray sweater is super comfortable, but the front of it is kind of short. It might look better without an undershirt, if you are confident enough to forgo wearing one. I always wear an tank top underneath everything, especially in fall/winter so I can layer up when the cold weather hits Michigan.
Two Tone Raglan Sleeve Dip Hem Sweater
This sweater is a little bit of cozy heaven! I love a good color block, and these two colors together are perfection.
I also like that the back side of the sweater is lower than the front.
Criss Cross Front Sweater
More color block action with this sweater! This is, of course, right up my alley with those neutral vibes I love. I don’t usually mix my neutrals together on one shirt, though, so this is still a change for me. But I really like it.
*The black straps are part of my sports bra, not the sweater I’m wearing.