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Forget the holidays — if you ask us, this is the most magical time of the year. It's when we put away our shorts and sandals and finally take out our sweaters, booties and jackets — all essentials for a cozy and stylish fall.
Your best bet at weathering the transition to colder temps is an excellent lightweight knit. It's perfect for layering over T-shirts and tanks, and will keep you nice and toasty on cool autumn mornings and evenings. Don't have a go-to in your closet? This adorable number caught our eye, and as fate would have it, it's on sale.
The Dokotoo Women's Long Open Front Cardigan, now $36, has a flattering mid-thigh-length hem and a slouchy fit. All eight color schemes — pink, gray, gray with stripes, white, black, black with stripes, brown and khaki — are so cute, we can't pick a favorite!
This goes-anywhere sweater has another defining feature: trendy balloon sleeves that lend a casual, I just-woke-up-like-this look.
Drape it over the back of your office chair so you can appreciate its cuteness every day, wear it around the house with leggings and a T-shirt, or pair with jeans and a graphic tee for an apple picking outing. It's the ultimate fall cardigan!
Another plus: It's made of easy-care acrylic. Many shoppers gushed about the colorful detailing.
Says one: "I love this cardigan! It’s super soft and the adorable rainbow stripes just makes me happy! The length is perfect; I love a long cardigan. Every time I wear it, I receive multiple compliments."
Even if you live in a warm climate, it's a great find.
Shares one shopper: "I love how soft this sweater is and cozy. It matches with pretty much anything! The colors and material were definitely better than I expected. I used it with shorts and a tank top (I live in hot weather) and the material was breathable. I didn't feel overly hot and it looked great."
Another — who bought hers as a gift — adores it so much she just might grab another.
The reviewer raved: "I got this sweater for my daughter and we’re both in love with it! The quality is phenomenal. It has a great weight to it and doesn’t feel cheap. The balloon sleeve is super cute. Overall it’s very flattering and my daughter practically lives in it!"
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