All Knitwear’s Annie Larson designs, knits, and assembles every one of eclectic sweater designs to order in her home studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Her patterned “Sticker Stripe” jumper is an oldie but goodie. Made from 100 percent ringspun cotton, the relaxed, boxy number is available in three attention-grabbing colorways.
American Apparel’s classically styled cable-knit pullover comes in a baker’s dozen worth of colors, enough to punch up the drabbest of weather. Each 100 percent cotton piece is constructed in Los Angeles, where the label is based.
An online-only operation, Everlane is obsessed with luxury at affordable prices. Its French terry sweatshirt boasts quality construction and a “dangerously soft” blend of polyester, rayon, and spandex. Plus, the versatile jumper gets its good looks Stateside—Los Angeles, to be specific.
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Curator’s “Arden” waffle-knit thermal features a statement-making cowl for added panache. Crafted in San Francisco from 100 percent organic cotton, the layer-friendly topper is just what the meteorologist ordered for those in-between-temperature days.