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Sweaters have been keeping us warm for hundreds of years, though these days they are as designed to be stylish as well as functional. There are several sweater types to pick from to match your style and comfort preferences. If you’re interested in sweater aesthetic but aren’t sure where to start, we can help.

Popular Sweater Types

With so many sweater types available, it can be hard to choose a favorite, though there are some popular options to consider.


V-necks are the most popular type of sweater there are, hands down. They are light, yet warm, and incredibly stylish. V-necks can go from casual to dressy with only a few layering changes.

Crew Necks

Crew necks come in light, medium, or heavy weightsand are another extremely versatile sweater. They come in several fabric options, with a variety of colors to choose from. Add a few to your wardrobe and dress them up or down as needed.


Cardigans come in several styles, including regular or collared, thin or thick, and multiple buttons or just a few. They have a comfortable, yet polished look to them. Slim cardigans are best for layering, so keep the bulky ones for home use.


Like other sweaters, pullovers are quite versatile, so they can be paired with jeans or dress pants as needed. They also look somewhat less stuffy than a cardigan, with a slim fit that accentuates your torso rather than hiding it away.

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Quick Sweater Looks

There are so many ways to wear sweaters, though some looks are easier to pull off than others. Here are a few to try out.

Crew Neck and Sport Coat Combo

One great outfit option is combining a simple crew neck sweater over a collared shirt with a sport coat over top. This is a great option for work meetings or a dinner out with friends.

V-Neck and Tie

For something a little dressier, you can layer a dark V-neck over a collared shirt and tie for a semi-formal look that is stylish, yet comfortable.

Casual Pullover

If you need a more casual look, you can try combining a pullover with jeans and sneakers or dress it up a bit with a collared shirt, khakis, and a pair of stylish boots.

Sweater aesthetic

How to Style a Sweater With a Leather Jacket

The best thing about sweaters is that they look as great with a leather jacket as they do with the rest of your wardrobe. Keep in mind that some leather jacket styles are form-fitting, so stick with lighter sweaters for the most comfortable fit. In fact, you can add a leather jacket to any of the styles above, layering it over the V-neck or pullover and replacing the sport coat over the crew neck.

Ladies can also make these looks work since they have the same sweater options, plus a few more, including the sweater dress and the off-the-shoulder look. Add some accessories and a great pair of shoes to complete the look.

Final Thoughts

Sweaters are great for cool weather, allowing you to layer your clothing without overheating, no matter where you are. Different styles and colors can create new and interesting outfits that you never thought possible. If you have any sweater tips to add, feel free to leave a comment below.

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