Is there anything better than cashmere though? I can’t even type that word without laughing because everyone makes fun of the way I pronounce cashmere (emphasis on the “mere”). I think it’s that Seinfeld episode that infiltrated my brain and I can’t say it any other way now. Pronunciations aside, cashmere sweaters are my favorite thing to wear in the fall and winter. In New England it’s a year round knit because there are plenty of summer nights you need a lightweight cashmere sweater or wrap. In fall and winter, they are an absolute staple. Cashmere can be expensive but if you care for it properly (see my post here on that) it will last you a long time. It’s really the only knit I can wear without anything underneath because quite possibly the best thing about cashmere sweaters is they aren’t itchy! That said, if you’re worried about sweating, I like layering a light tee underneath (Everlane has great affordable options). I’ve rounded up some of my favorite cashmere sweaters for the season from neutrals, to the trendier rainbow stripes to chunky pom details. I also made sure to include a lot of different price points. While it’s not technically a sweater, you’ve probably heard me talk about my White & Warren cashmere travel wrap. That’s because I truly wear them all the time. I have the sand wisp heather, light gray and striped. I always bring them with me when I’m traveling, they are so warm and cozy for fall and winter and they’re the perfect accessory for a wedding or event when you don’t want to wear a coat but need something to keep you warm. They have a ton of beautiful colors but if you are having trouble deciding I recommend going with one in a neutral color because you’ll get the most wear out of it. Happy October!