Bidding adieu to the season of sandals, white denim, and days spent soaking up the sun also calls for a wardrobe revamp. What’s more, as we inch into fall and its creature comforts (pumpkin spice lattes, foliage drives, and apple-picking outings), we tend to reach for cozier basics to keep us warm all autumn long. Enter the best cardigans for women: Versatile and stylish, these fall fashion staples come in an array of different lengths—from cropped to knee-length to even longer—and materials. Speaking of the latter, cashmere or wool cardigans are great options if you’re looking for optimal warmth; otherwise, you’ll find plenty of cotton, polyester, or nylon blends that offer comfort and durability that’ll last for months (if not years) on end.
The best cardigans also come in a wide range of sizes and price points. Color and pattern options also abound, which means there's a cardigan out there to suit every style. Ahead, eight of the best cardigans for women to shop this season and beyond.
There’s a lot to love about Splendid’s thermal cardigan: The breezy open-front silhouette, roomy front-patch pockets for stashing your small essentials, the attached hood in the event of rain or snow, and, of course, the under-$100 price tag. The uber-versatile cardigan, which can easily be dressed up or down depending on the occasion (think: dark jeans and heels at night or with cozy joggers and slip-on kicks during the day), features a durable, stretchy thermal material made with a super-soft blend of cotton, spandex, and modal. Oh, and did we mention it’s machine-washable?
Sizes available: XS–L
Clocking in at less than $25, this Amazon Essentials cardigan sweater is a tried-and-true wardrobe staple for any traveler. (Don’t believe us? Check out one of the 11,000-plus five-star reviews.) Featuring a blend of cotton, modal, and polyester, the lightweight cardigan—which, yes, is machine-washable—is outfitted with subtle yet stylish details like a button-front closure, a V-neckline, and ribbed detailing on the hem and sleeves. Bonus: Buyers can choose from 27 colors and patterns across a wide range of sizes.
Sizes available: XS–6X
It’s no secret that cardigans are known for their coziness and versatility, but this one from Quince takes the cake. Its relaxed fit, chunky ribbed knit cotton material, and spacious front pockets add an extra fun and practical touch. Throw on this cardigan to run errands, walk the dog, grab coffee (or a cocktail), and, well, pretty much anything in between. Color options range from must-have basics like charcoal, ivory, and black to bolder hues like blue, dark pink, and rust.
Sizes available: XS–XL
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If you are a tennis fan now is the season to get some quality time with some of the world’s best players. The Grand Slam season is over for 2023 but you can still find excellent training experiences, clinics and drills with players such World No. 3 Danil Medvedev in far-flung places such as the Maldives. Look to sharpen both your tennis and pickleball skills with Sam Querrey in Turks & Caicos or tune into a new wellness regimen with Maria Sharapova in Thailand. Here’s the latest on where to go for the ultimate tennis training experience.
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California may not be known for its fall foliage compared to states like Vermont or North Carolina, but that doesn't mean there aren't places you can go to see the changing colors of red, orange, and yellow.
With spectacular year-round sunshine, never-ending entertainment and action-packed activities, there’s certainly no bad time to visit Florida. But depending on your interests and what you’re trying to find (or avoid) when you get here, there’s likely to be a “best time” to come.
Bold, big and beautiful, Arizona has plenty to brag about. Framed by New Mexico, Utah, Nevada and California, and with Mexico at its southern reaches – the state gets more than 300 days of sunshine a year and has four distinct seasons, so you can bask in summer, hike and bike in spring and fall and ski in winter.
The best time to visit Colorado depends on how you want to spend your time in the Centennial State. From world-class skiing and snowboarding in the winter to picturesque hiking and mountain biking in the summer, Colorado is all about outdoor recreation, which is largely seasonal and weather-dependent.
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