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Fabulous Fall Sweaters for Girls

Sep 06, 2013

We're feeling warm and fuzzy about fall. Colored sweaters, metallic sparkle, geometric patterns, cardigans and slouchy knits are all on our radar this season. These sweaters can keep you warm in cool weather and even substitute for a coat on those in-between days. Whether your style is rocker, preppy, diva, girly or boho, you will find a sweater to fit your look this season.

Dolman Sleeves

ELLE striped sweaterELLE cotton striped sweater with dolman sleevesCourtesy of Kohls

Dolman sleeves and sheer, Lurex stripes deliver a dramatic flair with a hint of shine. For the perfect combination, pair it with a camisole and skinny jeans. It's ribbed at the hem to give it a great fit and a blousy feel. Plus, it's made of cotton so that means it's soft and comfy, too. Go to Kohls.com to see more sweater fabulous options!  Use this exclusive coupon code UBLOGTEN to receive 10% off now through October 24th!

Peplum Hem

Apt 9 cardiganApt 9 Peplum cardiganCourtesy of Kohls

This Apt. 9 cardigan sweater fulfills your fashion needs. A peplum flared hem gives this sparkly cardigan a girly, feminine feel. For an effortless look, coordinate this sweater with a camisole and bootcut jeans. The ribbed trim adds a bit of natural stretch but it keeps its shape after seasons of wear. It's soft and it's comfortable, too!

Distressed cut-outs

Rock and Republic distressed sweaterRock and Republic distressed sweaterCourtesy of Kohls

This Rock & Republic boatneck cropped sweater showcases your fashion instinct. Distressed cutouts give it a distinctive rock-n-roll style. For an effortlessly modern look, wear over your favorite camisole and colored jeans. Soft cotton knits always feel cozy -- even though this one is more hole than sweater! 

Ruffles

MUDD cardiganMUDD ruffled cardiganCourtesy of Kohls

We're stuck on Mudd -- the brand, that is. This juniors' cardigan features ruffles, giving it girly style. Wear it over a short-sleeved top on cooler days for a great layered look. Ribbed cuffs help sleeves stay put and keep their shape.

Fuzzy

Fang striped sweaterFang fuzzy striped sweaterCourtesy of Kohls

Fang offers unique style with this sweater. Stripes add a timeless touch to this fuzzy crew neck sweater. Pair it with skinny jeans and boots for a cute and cozy look.

Sweater Coat

Princess Vera Wang sweater coatGeometric print Princess Vera Wang coat sweater with fringeCourtesy of Kohls

Cute and cozy, this Princess Vera Wang sweater coat is sure to be a favorite. It's decorated with a geometric print, lending it vibrant colors and fringe at the hem for fun flair. Wear it over a tee with jeans for comfortable style.

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What's your favorite way to cozy up to fall? Got a fave sweater you're excited to break out for cold weather? Tell us about it here!

 

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