Ah, winter — that dreaded time of the year when you have to trade in your cute, fashionable sundresses and shorts for warm and comfy — if slightly schlumpy — clothing. Take the pullover, for instance. Though throwing on one of these overhead sweaters makes for one of the fastest ways to get warm on a frigid day, finding a stylish pullover that won't make you look like a frump isn't always so easy. There's one Amazon find, however, that seems to have done the impossible by marrying function with fashion: the Kirundo Fuzzy Pullover (From $27.99, Amazon).
With an almost five star rating and glowing review after glowing review, buyers are going gaga for this pick, and one look makes it easy to see why. Covered in a "teddy"-like faux shearling fabric, this cozy top features a standard pullover design. Where it differs from an average pullover, however, is in its unique lapel collar, which has an asymmetrical zip-up neckline to further protect you from the elements.
Another great attribute of this sweater? The lined side pockets, which are sure to keep hands nice and toasty. It comes in 11 different colors and prints, so there's sure to be one that suits your tastes.
According to customers, it's also plenty balmy. "Boy is this shirt warm," one buyer wrote. "I can go out without a jacket in 55-degree weather! So very soft and comfy — feels like a hug. I have gotten compliments on it from people walking down the street."
Another satisfied shopper wrote, "I am so happy I bought this warm sherpa cozy top. The color shown is the true color and the fit is perfect ... It’s roomy, but not too big and warm, but not too warm. I love the way the zip collar is so cozy or you can unzip it and feel cooler. I would buy this top again."
The review that really sold it for us, though? "This is the coziest sweatshirt ever. I am contemplating ordering it in every color! I'm not even one to write reviews, but I'm so amazed by this purchase that I had to!"
It's official: We need one in every color!
Where to buy: From $27.99, Amazon
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