Sweaters come in many shapes and materials. Some are chunky knits, some are button-ups, some are pullovers, some are V-necks and some are crew necks. The list goes on. We’re fans of them all, to be honest, but sometimes we just want to keep it simple, soft and sweet.
The Fitted Crew Neck Sweater from Express has over 400 reviews and counting. It’s a basic, but it’s blowing shoppers’ minds. One called it their “favorite staple,” while another commented on its versatility, saying it’s “perfect for snuggling up on the weekend or wearing to work.” For 40% off, this is a Deal with a capital D.
One common theme among shoppers is that they didn’t get just one of this sweater. It’s available in up to 12 colors, but in very limited quantities because shoppers keep scooping up every shade they can! Some colors are running out of sizes quickly, so we suggest picking a favorite and buying it as soon as possible!
This sweater is fitted all over. Its thin yet warm fabric clings comfortably, making it great to wear alone or with something else layered on top. It’s also easy to tuck in because it won’t bunch up under our bottoms!
This sweater has a round crew neckline. If we want to change it up a little, we can wear a collared shirt underneath and let the collar stick out, or we can ditch the layers and throw on a detachable collar! Wow, we really are living in the future.
One more subtle features of this sweater is its vertical ribbing, which becomes more prominent at the straight hem, the cuffs and the neckline. Shoppers love how this helps the sweater to not lose shape after multiple wears and how the fabric doesn’t pill, either!
Let’s take a closer look at these fabulous colors. We want to start with the ones that only have one or two sizes left so we don’t waste any time. Currant is a deep berry purple, while Ultra Violet is a bold and vivid purple that stands out brilliantly against dark colors. Lean a little more red and we have Wine. Want to lighten it up? Go for Light Pink! Oatmeal is a clay-like tan color, which is a wonderful neutral, so we definitely understand its popularity. Lastly we have Soft Ivory, an almost-white that lets our makeup, bottoms and accessories shine.
Also available is Wild Ginger, a mix of deep red with a slight brown tint that almost creates a dusty pink. Impala is similar to Oatmeal, but more on the lighter beige side of the spectrum, still working perfectly as a neutral.
Olive Green is a deep, earthy green that pairs well with denim of all shades, and looks especially great with gold accents, whether they be from our shoes or our eyeshadow. Citrine, on the other hand, is a bright yellow that has the ability to cheer us up on a dreary day as soon as we put it on.
Finally, we have Deep Teal and Neon Orange, two vastly different yet equally fabulous colors. Deep Teal is so versatile that we almost want to label it as a neutral, but its color is just too rich. Pair it with anything and everything will become clear. Neon Orange is no neutral, of course. It’s bright and vibrant and we can practically taste the sweet tanginess of an orange slice in our mouth when we look at it!
People are finding so many ways to wear this sweater. One happy shopper said they like to wear it under their scrubs during chilly days, while another paired it with a plaid skirt for a pumpkin-picking excursion. Wherever it is that we’re going, we bet we can find a way to work this sweater into our outfit, or center our outfit around it!
While Express’ 40% off sale continues, we’re thinking the color options are going to dwindle down more and more, and fast, so hurry! We don’t want anyone to miss out!
Check out more of our picks and deals here!
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