Fashion: 30 Must Have Graphic Statement Sweaters and Sweatshirts for Fall and Winter

I love fashion forward items that make a statement, especially graphic statement sweaters and statement sweatshirts! We’ve seen them a lot lately on fashion blogs, Pinterest, Instagram, and I’m happy to admit I ordered the one I’ve been coveting for the last month or so now (J.Crew’s Pardon My French sweater, which is on sale and I got an addition 30% on) today and plan to wear it this winter with my new Mackage Zandra parka and statement necklace. In the spring I’ll be sure to pair it with a fun pair of shorts or perhaps my favorite cropped boyfriend jeans or skinny jeans! The options really are endless with graphic statement sweaters and statement sweatshirts, you can dress them up with statement jewelry and your favorite Valentino Rockstud heels or wear them with your straight leg jeans and slip on sneakers! I can’t wait for mine, but in the meantime, here are more statement worthy sweaters and sweatshirts I’m loving this fall and winter!


Don’t worry about making excuses when you wear your “Always Late” sweater!







Jay-Z was recently spotted in the Maison Kitsune “Music Fashion” hoodie…glad to see the trendy hoodie is now available for women as well!






Pretty floral print jardin (garden) sweatshirt for all my florist friends!




Meet me in Paris sweater!























Don’t panic!



Cheers for this statement sweater!






This apres ski turtleneck statement sweater makes me want to head up to Tahoe!



This Sundry Pacific Northwest sweater is perfect for my friends in Portland, Oregon; Idaho; Montana and Seattle, Washington (and surrounding areas)!











I can’t post my favorite statement worthy sweaters without the 2014 World Series Champions San Francisco Giants in the mix!




Love J.Crew’s Pardon My French sweatshirt so much that I ordered it today! PS It’s on sale, be sure to order it now before they sell out!!!



Obsessed with Rodarte statement sweaters!










“Just a small town girl, living in a lonely world….she took the midnight train going anywhere”




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