Stylish Sweater Dresses: Get the Best Look for Your Fall Wardrobe!

12 Stylish Sweater Dresses to Get the Best Look this Fall!

If summer is all about light, airy, skin-baring attire, pretty soon you can start to snuggle up in comfy, cozy knits for fall. And a hugely popular choice for this is the sweater dress! From striped sheaths to bulky cable knits for a casual day out to dressier designs for a date night, these 12 sweater dress finds we’re featuring are a great way to add wow to keeping warm this fall! (*this post contains affiliate links)

Cable Stitch Women's Striped Ribbed Dress

1 – Cable Stitch Women’s Striped Ribbed Dress – Wine colors and jewel tones are great for autumn attire, as in this form-fitting, striped sweater dress (via Amazon) featuring a midi-length hem with side slits. A blend of viscose,  nylon, and spandex assures comfort and easy wear.

Striped Sweater Dress

2 – Neck Pullover Knitted Long Sleeve Striped Sweater Dress – Like wearing a pullover, only knee-length! That’s the appeal of this striped sweater dress (via Amazon) with a natural waist design that actually has a slimming effect. Plus, with the right accessories, it can be dressed up or down for different occasions.


3 – Turtleneck Cable Knit Sweater Dress – Love the perfect-for-fall caramel color of this soft cable-knit sweater dress from American Eagle. Great touches, too, are the snuggly turtleneck and the ribbed collar, cuffs and hem.


4 – Cable Knit Sweater Dress Soho Street  – This time in ash grey, this cable-knit number from New York and Company also features a high turtleneck collar. But has plain knit-fabric sleeves gathered into ribbed cuffs.

Turtleneck Cable Knit Long Sleeve Sweater Dress

5 – Turtleneck Cable Knit Long Sleeve Sweater Dress – This classic beige sweater dress (via Amazon) features an interesting mix of patterns—cable-knit and diamond in front, and pineapple knit in the back. Made from soft viscose-blend yarn, it promises warmth and comfort without any itch.

White Cowl Neck Sweater Dress

6 – White Cowl Neck Sweater Dress – Who says white isn’t for autumn wear? Check out the fashionable freshness of this relaxed sweater dress by Coeur de Vague (via Zulily), with a stylish cowl neck and popular cable-knit patterns.


7 – Grey Cable Knit Sweater Dress – All figures can look fab in this figure-hugging sweater dress (via Torrid) in a timeless cable knit design in charcoal grey. So basic, it’s easily accessorized with a scarf or muffler and a pair of ankle boots.

Jessica Howard Long-Sleeve Pleated Midi Dress

8 – Jessica Howard Long-Sleeve Pleated Midi Dress – Pretty for a petite figure, this hunter green pleated long-sleeve dress (via Macy’s) would be ideal for a work-related event or an autumn evening out. Designed with an effortless A-line silhouette, it’s definitely flattering with its balloon sleeves and ruched waist.

NY Collection Border-Print Scarf-Accent Dress

9 – NY Collection Border-Print Scarf-Accent Dress – Make a statement in scarlet with this pullover-style knit dress (via Macy’s) that includes a stylish scarf with a print that matches the borders on the sleeves and hem.

Striped Sweater Dress

10 – Striped Sweater Dress – Cozy can look cool, too, in stripes of green, grey, and black! Just like in this ribbed knit, knee-length sweater dress from Forever 21, with a mock turtleneck and a sleek bodycon silhouette.

Cowl-Neck Sweater Dress

11 – Cowl-Neck Sweater Dress – The rich wine color of this tunic-fit sweater dress from NY and Company creates a luxe-looking autumn outfit. Details we love, too, are the chic cowl neck and the “kangaroo” pockets!

Logo Tape Ribbed Knit Dress

12 – Logo Tape Ribbed Knit Dress – Go for a sporty spin with this form-fitting ribbed knit dress in black by Michael Kors (via Bloomingdale’s). The cool statement detail is the designer’s own logo tape.

autumn sweater dresses from pullover to cowl

Ready to bundle up for fall in one (or two or three) of these sweater dresses? We totally agree!

Before you go, be sure to check out our finds for finding the right autumn sweater!

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