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50 Sweaters Under $50

There's nothing better than swaddling yourself in cozy wool or luxe cashmere come December—we've put together a wintry mix of polka dots, stripes and Fair Isle patterns that won't leave you shivering.

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This timeless striped pullover is just roomy enough to layer over a bright blouse.

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A loose, fuzzy knit that looks effortlessly pulled together when thrown over skinny jeans.

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Cozy and oversized, for those days when venturing outside seems entirely unbearable.

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An easy-to-wear cut in a neutral that’s flattering on every skin tone.

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Playful snaps set off the most stunning shade of orange.

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The swingy shape gives you room to breathe post-holiday feast.

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The cashmere and angora blend makes this classic shape super soft.

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A winter white cable knit perfectly suited for the slopes (whether or not any skiing is involved).

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A wild leopard print toned down by a modest cut.

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When layered over a camisole, this delicate open knit shows just the right amount of skin.

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A classic Breton-striped style with handpainted flair.

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Just as sweet (and dessert-inspired) as its kicky name would suggest.

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Gorgeously graphic, with a hit of salmon pink.

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If this sunny color doesn't make you smile, something might be wrong with you.

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Baja-inspired at an absolutely unbeatable price.

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Punchy, pink and polka-dotted.

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Delightfully reminiscent of the angora numbers Cher wore in Clueless, no?

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The traditional holiday sweater gone ballistic in Day-Glo tones.

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A sweet little sweaterdress gets tied up with a bow.

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Leopard print: the new neutral.

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Tennis racquet not included (but preppy charm is).

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The perfect ballerina sweater to sweeten a leather skirt.

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Long enough to wear over your most jegging-like pants without feeling totally overexposed.

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If head-to-toe sequins aren’t your thing, maybe this sparkly (but subtle) sweater will be.

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Pair it with a maxi skirt and keep Missoni-esque bright patterns alive all winter.

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Is there anything a metallic sweatshirt doesn’t go with? We think not.

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When it comes to ultra-traditional cable knits, we think the brighter the better.

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For when you need one more layer, without adding bulk.

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Snuggly soft wool is even better in a boyish sweatshirt cut.

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Pay homage to Alexa Chung's signature indie Brit look with a shrunken cable sweater.

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Think of it as the white T-shirt of winter--you can wear a basic grey turtleneck with ANYTHING.

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Folksy Fair Isle in a retro color combination comes out looking thoroughly modern.

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An elegant cowl neck in classic camel equals instant sophistication.

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The first thing you'll reach for on a bleary-eyed, rainy Monday morning.

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Buy it for the annual holiday sweater party, wear it the rest of the season.

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This extends your work wardrobe to the weekend; the Baja print makes a formal button-down look casual.

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Love the flash of electric blue in this otherwise wintery cardigan.

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Red and black is the best combo ever.

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Can't go wrong with a cute puppy dog.

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A graphic take on the classic print.

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Buttoned up the back, it can go casual or a bit dressy.

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Very Coco.

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Love this cheery color.

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Sweatshirt styling in merino wool.

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Wear it with sweats—or a curve-hugging pencil skirt.

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Great with dark denim skinnies.

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