Sweaters for Fall

by Dr. Punita Rice Life

This is a bit off topic, but I’ve been waiting for what feels like forever for sweater weather. (As much as I complain when it’s freezing outside, I really can’t stand summer heat. Good thing the Earth isn’t getting hotter… Oh wait.)

Luckily, sweater weather is finally here! This summer, I went cray and bought a bunch of sweaters in anticipation for Fall / in anger about summer weather. My favorite style of sweaters are definitely loose-fitting V-neck. (In fact, loose-fit v-neck was one of the first things I put on my personal style list.)

In case you’re interested in stocking up, here are some sweaters for fall that I like, all (except one) priced under $100…

As I mentioned, my favorite sweaters are oversized v-neck sweaters, like this basic one from BP, this one that has button detailing on the back, and this one with the lattice back. If you don’t love v-neck sweaters, I liked this turtleneck, this slouchy sweater that has a v-backthis basic sweater that has a crew-neck style neck, and this boatneck sweater. I’m also feeling the bell sleeve look. I bought a sweater similar to this one, and I also love this one.

(#SweaterWeatherForever pin available from Byron McCoy’s Etsy shop, here.)

P.S. – Love for brass earrings, and sunglasses.

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Dr. Punita Rice

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Dr. Punita Rice is a wife and mama, an education researcher, a writer, the founder and director of ISAASE, and an advisor with Johns Hopkins University School of Education's Doctor of Education program. Her work centers around multicultural education and equity, and South Asian American experiences in school. You can read more about Punita and her work here. Punita also writes about life, culture, education, and motherhood here on her blog. She works from home in Maryland, and drinks a great deal of coffee.