Black Ribbed Mock Neck Cutout Shoulder Sweater Dress (As pictured top) (Buy here)
Today was probably the first perfect spring day of the season – a beautiful, sunny, 75 degree day – which got me thinking whether I should start packing away my sweaters as the warmer weather nears.
I love sweaters, particularly chunky, cable knit ones (and especially ones with turtlenecks), so I do get a little bummed when I have to tuck them away for a few months. But luckily there’s a happy medium, I think, that should certainly be discussed in this post. And that is cold shoulder sweaters.
First of all, let me start off by saying that cold shoulder sweaters are ridiculously hard to come by for whatever reason. It kind of brings me back a few years where I was really into leggings, and this was a year or two before they became extremely popular. I remember having such a hard time finding basic black leggings, it was maddening! I feel like cold shoulder sweaters might be going through the same phase but who honestly knows.
However, I managed to find a few of these sweaters which I feel are still appropriate for the spring season.
Gray Long Sleeve Cold Shoulder Sweater (Buy here)
I love this sweater in particular because it shows the perfect amount of shoulder. Also, the underarm fabric doesn’t droop down so far as you’d normally see on cold shoulder sweaters with larger shoulder slits, so it gives you more shape – and personally I think it looks more elegant this way.
I also love the fold-over turtleneck, a favorite of mine on cable knit sweaters. I think this sweater is still suitable for spring. It’s still airy enough to keep you cool.
White High Neck Cold Shoulder Cable Knit Sweater (Buy here)
If you’re looking for something a bit chunkier, a bit looser, and with bigger shoulder slits, this white cable knit sweater may be a great alternative for you! It’s cool, comfy, yet casual, and still spring-weather appropriate.
Mock Neck Cold Shoulder Knit Pullover Sweater (Buy here)
If you’re not into the tall turtlenecks on sweaters, there’s a bunch of alternatives out there. Above, is one with a mock neck (or as I like to call it – the half turtleneck).
Or, if you’re not looking for cable knit sweaters altogether, there’s cold shoulder sweaters in a variety of other fabric types. Check out the few I selected here:
From Left to Right:
New Look Cold Shoulder High Neck Jumper (Buy here)
ASOS Knitted Tunic with Cold Shoulder (Buy here)
New Look Petite Rib Cold Shoulder Turtle Neck Top (Buy here)
River Island Cold Shoulder Cable Knit Jumper (Buy here)
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