By Brittany Anas
Like to wear the holidays on your sleeve? From fair isle patterns to evergreen-colored sweaters, the easiest way to get in the holiday spirit is with a touch of Christmas in your outfit. Now’s a great time to buy your favorite winter sweater because of the Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals at Old Navy coupled with amazing Cash Back offers from ShopAtHome.com. (Word is that everything at Old Navy will be 50 percent off Black Friday, but you can already score up to 40 percent off during a pre-Black Friday sale).
We found Old Navy to be a one-stop shop for gorgeous (and handsome!) sweaters that can be worn for family pictures, parties, decking the halls, caroling, a day of sledding, Elf on the Shelf hunts — just about anything merry and bright.
Here’s a few of our favorite winter sweaters for the whole family:
Peplum hem popcorn sweater for baby girls and toddlers. The skirted, peplum hem is darling with leggings and the popcorn texture on this evergreen sweater adds a sweet touch. (Also comes in a bright cobalt blue or red).
Chunky knit sweater for girls. Oh, deer! This navy cable knit sweat with a deer knit print is adorable. For a fun look, pair a checked shirt underneath to play with patterns. We’re also totally digging this fair isle sweater with a groovy peace sign stitched in.
Graphic crew neck sweater for boys. It’s hard to wrangle your little ones into neck ties, right? Fake it. This charming sweater comes with a faux tie graphic in a fair isle print against a gray knit. There’s also a tuxedo version — for, you know, New Year’s Eve.
Men’s Fair Isle crew new sweater. The classic, never-goes-out-of-style print of the season is fair isle. We guarantee this sweater will get lots of wears year-after-year. For the style forward, try pairing with a plaid shirt underneath — just let one pattern dominate though.
Women’s pop color crew neck sweater. Peace, love and joy? Simple, one-letter messages on these sweaters embody the spirit of the holidays — in a totally chic way.
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