20 SWEATERS YOU WANT THIS FALL

T
he best time of year is finally upon us! Fall is that magical season where we don’t have to worry about what to wear. Dust off the boxes under your bed and take out the corduroys, wool slacks and one of our favorite pieces of menswear, sweaters! Sweaters are that garment that serves the dual purpose of warmth and comfort. Coming in a variety of weights, sweaters can really be as versatile as a blue blazer in a guy’s wardrobe. Cardigans, shawl collar, crew neck…there is no style of sweater that doesn’t get us excited for cooler weather. We’ve complied this list of 20 of the best sweaters online for this coming fall. Grab a warm cup of coffee and take a peek.


J CREW FACTORY – FISHERMAN CABLE CREWNECK SWEATER – $89.50
BONOBOS – LAMBSWOOL SOUTHWEST SHAWL CARDIGAN – $178.00
GAP – RIBBED CREWNECK SWEATER – $64.95
TODD SNYDER – COTTON CREWNECK SWEATER IN CHARCOAL – $295.00
UNIQLO – MEN CABLE CREWNECK SWEATER – $39.90
REISS – CHECK WEAVE JUMPER – $160.00
MANGO MAN – RHOMBUS DESIGN SWEATER – $79.99
MASSIMO DUTTI – LE BRAIDED DETAIL TURTLENECK SWEATER – $120.00
BANANA REPUBLIC – JACQUARD BLOCKED CARDIGAN – $89.50
FRANK & OAK – DONEGAL CARDIGAN IN MILITARY HEATHER – $75.00
BERG & BERG – ROUND NECK LAMBSWOOL SWEATER – $128.00
LLBEAN – SIGNATURE MATINICUS ROCK CARDIGAN – $99.00
LANDS END – MEN’S CLASSIC FIT BRETON STRIPE DRIFTER CREWNECK SWEATER – $24.99
SUITSUPPLY – COTTON/CASHMERE CARDIGAN – $79.00
BROOKS BROTHERS – BIRD’S-EYE MOCKNECK SWEATER – $98.50
EVERLANE – TEXTURE STITCH COTTON CREW – $68.00
GANT – DIAMOND G STRIPED TURTLENECK SWEATER – $165.00
RAG & BONE – AVERY SHAWL COLLAR TEXTURED KNIT COTTON CARDIGAN – $220.00
ORVIS – WHARF SHAWL PULLOVER – $139.00
JACHS – CHARCOAL RIBBED CREWNECK SWEATER – $115.00

 

About The Author: StevenDElliott

Steven is the founder of Genuine Men’s Magazine. He graduated Drexel University with a Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design. Along with his passion for photography and design, Steven loves helping men find new and emerging menswear brands and offer his opinions when it comes to real-life situations.