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Our Six Favourite Sweaters This Fall (+ how to wear them)

Fall is in full swing and we are ready with all of the coziness here at the shop. Whether you prefer a cardigan or full-on turtleneck sweater, we've got your new fave.

Here are our top 6 sweater picks this season, available NOW at Studio 11.

1. The Montana Cardigan by Free People

What we love:

  • Versatile basic

  • Neutral colour

  • Unexpected texture and heavy knit

  • Longer in length

  • Perfect with leggings and boots

Price: $210

2. The Cosmo Turtleneck by Lyla & Luxe

What we love:

  • Subtle geometric pattern

  • Staple neutral

  • Easy to layer

  • Sofy + cozy

  • Perfect weight for cooler autumn mornings - can be styled with a skirt, leggings, or denim!

Price: $130

3. The Jimmy by Lyla & Luxe

What we love:

  • Basically a coat and a sweater rolled into one!

  • Oh so soft!

  • Heavy material - great quality

  • Can wear it on its own or layer with a sweater and use it as a 'car coat'

  • Perfect length (past the knee)

Price: $199

4. Kelly Me by ICHI

What we love:

  • Gorgeous colour

  • Bright and bold

  • Gorgeous balloon sleeve

  • Stunning texture feels great on

  • Perfect knit for layering or on its own

Price: $79

5. The Selene by Z Supply

What we love:

  • To-die-for ombre knit

  • Has a homemade vibe but the quality is 100% there

  • Unique design

  • Beautiful colours

  • Pairs perfectly with blue denim

Price: $99

6. Fruit Punch by John & Jenn

What we love:

  • Brightens our closets on those dreary days

  • Comes from a new Canadian brand

  • Gorgeous detail

  • Superior quality

  • Pairs with denim, leggings, faux leather pants, and more tbh!

Price: $135

Which one is your fave? Tell us below!

Stay cozy, friends.



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