Is Abercrombie & Fitch cool again? With cozy knits and cute slip dresses, I’m sharing an Abercrombie & Fitch sweater review of their latest styles. I was persuaded by Gaby Burger, who shared an amazing fall sale of their latest styles. A cute cardigan lured me in, and I ended up buying two sweaters and a camisole during the sale. Keep reading below for my Abercrombie & Fitch sweater review…
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Abercrombie & Fitch Sweater Review: Chenille off-the-shoulder sweater
The Abercrombie & Fitch Chenille off-the-shoulder-sweater has been one of the most-worn items I’ve purchased this fall season. I got this sweater in the cream colour, and it goes with absolutely everything. I love wearing it casually with a pair of jeans or black pants, but also love tucking it into a dramatic pleated skirt or a mini.
For this Abercrombie & Fitch Sweater Review, I styled the chenille off-the-shoulder sweater with a mini skirt from H&M, Stuart Weitzman Highland over-the-knee boots, and a vintage Chanel Diana bag from eBay.
I love this outfit because it’s feminine and on-trend. My over-the-knee boots are a great way to avoid having to wear tights, and are a fun way to make a sweater feel sexy.
Abercrombie & Fitch Sweater Review: Snap-up fleece sweater
The Abercrombie & Fitch snap-up fleece sherpa sweater is a classic piece, that can only be purchased online. It’s incredibly cozy, and made of thick fleece, with quilted details along the yoke and sleeves. You can layer this snap-up sweater over a tee or base layer for the ultimate warmth, or just pair it simply with jeans like I did here.
I love the girly combo of the white and pink, but it also comes in a wide range of colours and prints too. This would make an excellent Christmas gift and is perfect for cool winter nights.
I was pleasantly surprised putting together this Abercrombie & Fitch Sweater Review – genuinely! The styles are very refreshed and in line with other fast fashion stores. Admittedly, the quality isn’t as top notch, as Abercrombie sweaters used to be made of wool blends and other more luxe materials, however the lower price points are definitely attractive. I’ve washed and worn the chenille off-the-shoulder sweater from Abercrombie a few times now, and the softness and shape has held up! For around $40 Canadian on sale, I definitely want to stock up on a few more colours in this style. Oh and I should note that none of the items I bought came in smelling like FIERCE.
Did you shop at Abercrombie when you were a teen? Let me know in the comments below!
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