Finally Sweater Weather
I’m sorry but why is everyone so thrilled about the extended summer we’ve been experiencing here in Ontario? It’s October—the season of pumpkin spice everything, cozy throws, comfort food, and it’s also the month that typically heralds sweater wealther. But instead of wearing all my favourite knits, I’ve been forced to dig deep into my summer wardrobe where the well of inspiration has run dry. Needless to say, I’m more than ready to trade in my tees and tanks for sweaters. My peak-level yearning for fall clothes got me thinking about what it is, exactly, that I like about sweater weather so much. While the comfort factor definitely plays a role (I can shove a chunky knit over my pj top for morning drop-off and still look put together), what I really love about fall fashion is the rich texture that abounds—and knits obviously play a key role. Case in point, this delicate open-weave knit from RW&CO. The fine gauge of the sweater makes it the perfect piece to layer under other classic fall textiles like this checked coat (or leather or even another knit). And while this one came home with me last week, judging by some of the other great knits RW&CO. has in-store, I’ll be going back to up the cozy factor of my wardrobe very soon. So welcome, sweater weather. I’ve been waiting for you!
Sweater, coat, and culottes c/o RW&CO.
This post was sponsored by RW&CO. but all opinions are 100% my own.