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There’s no denying it, nothing beats the warm cozy season called “Sweater Weather.” A brisk chill in the air, the holidays are here and it’s never been a better time to layer up. Wear your favorite plus size knits with leggings, wear them with skirts, wear them for work, wear them for play… you know where this is going.
A great knit is everything—EVERYTHING. That’s why today, we share some of our favorite must have plus size knits to cozy up with this season.
Seriously, our fixations of all things cozy runs the gamut this year. With chunky knits, sweater coats, longline cardigans, scarves, and more, we’ve made it our business to find the chicest plus size knit pieces for you.
Whether you decide to snuggle up in a turtleneck, keep it cozy with a wrap or rock a sweater dress, there’s no question that you need to check out some of these seriously coveted plus size knit options we’ve found.
Are you ready to see what we found?
Cozy Up This Winter With These Plus Size Knits
Hudon Knit Cape from UniversalStandard.net
Junarose Funnel Neck Longline Knitted Sweater at Asos.Com
Plus Size Purl Knit Tunic at Forever21.com
Elvi Wool Blend Collarless Coat at Nordstrom.com
Plus Gold Tinsel Knit Christmas Jumper at RiverIsland.com
Kelsey Cross Front Sweater at Eloquii.com
Hayley Hasselhoff for Elvi Chunky Wool Blend Sweater at Nordstrom.com
Cowl Neck Cable Poncho Sweater at AshleyStewart.com
Elvi Textured Oversize Cardigan (Plus Size) at Nordstrom.com
Alice & You Ruffle Detail Knitted Sweater at Asos.com
Michel Studio Long Knit Vest with Hood at AdditionElle.com
How amazing are these pieces?
Give a little cold shoulder with either a off the shoulder or cold shoulder sweater. Or embrace the cold temperatures with layers of lace, pleats or a crisp button down.
No matter how you handle the nippy weather this year, we know it will be chic!
Which look was your favorite? Do you have a thing for knits? Share!!