Sweater Weather: 4 Fun New Ways to Wear Your Go-To Sweaters

Photo by: Hannah Baker
1. Cable Knit + Patterend Shirt

We all love our cream colored cable knit and fisherman style sweaters, but sometimes on their own they can look a little blah. Adding a

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Photo by: Hannah Baker
1. Cable Knit + Patterend Shirt

We all love our cream colored cable knit and fisherman style sweaters, but sometimes on their own they can look a little blah. Adding a patterned long-sleeved shirt under your cable knit is the perfect way to alleviate that. Choose a classic navy and white shirt, or get a little daring with a multi-colored button-down. Then, make sure the collar peeks out of the top of the sweater for a professional edge, and roll or push the sleeves up on your sweater so that the sleeves of your shirt are visible.

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Tue, Nov 19, 2013 11:05 AM EST

Chilly weather is officially upon us, which means it's time to break out one of my favorite fall staples: the sweater.

Sweaters are perfect for the fall and winter 9-to-5-they look professional while still feeling incredibly cozy and warm. The only challenge is that they can feel a little limiting. Once you've worn the same knit over and over again, you might feel the itch to add a little more variety to your look.

You're in luck! This week, I'm going to share four of my favorite ways to layer your go-to sweaters and add a little oomph to your fall and winter wardrobe.

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Hailing from the Peach State, Hannah Baker is a recent transplant to NYC via DC and has worked in television and social media. An obsessive pinner, she loves decorating, finding the best eats (and drinks) in her new neighborhood, and entertaining her goofy dog, Leon. Follow Hannah on Twitter @hanfranbabebake and Pinterest at HFBAKER.

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