Morning Line: October 16

Oct 16, 2014

hmtienecksweater

H&M Tie Neck Sweater ($25)

I love this tie neck sweater, it’s a great layering and transition piece.  Wear an ivory chiffon blouse underneath it, or a burgundy blazer over it.  You can even throw it on over your sleeveless v-neck sheath dresses.

Other great sweaters from H&M include this basic grey sweater with a button shoulder.  I also like this fine-knit drape sweater (looks great with a wide-leg trouser).  And if you’re looking for something different, I recommend this vivid orange turtleneck or this honeycomb-texture pullover.

I couldn’t find anything that looked just like this in the different size categories, so I just pulled my favorite sweater from each.

Plus-size: I love this Vince Camuto lace trim sweater ($109) Petite: This Caslon cowl-neck tunic would be on the top of my list (also in misses size).  Tall: I like this cozy turtleneck from Gap.

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  1. Katie says:

    Hi, Belle! I love this sweater! I was just wondering, do you typically purchase your normal size in tops from H&M? There isn’t a store close by, and I and never know what size to order online.

  2. That H&M sweater is a great pick! I can see it going with nearly everything in my closet.

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