Frankie Shop’s New Arrivals Are Further Proof That This Unusual Sweater Trend Is Going To Be Huge
To state the obvious, sweaters are an amazing piece of clothing — just try telling someone you don't love this fall staple without getting a side eye or two. They come in many, many forms, from cardigans to oversized knits, and each one is as good as the next. It's obviously a piece that's not new though, which is why it's so exciting when an unexpected iteration pops up to try. This season? It's in double form, and it's clearly a fall sweater trend that's going to be huge.
Take one look at Frankie Shop's new arrivals, and you'll see that the retailer is betting big on this unusual trend for fall. Not only is the double sweater (which is also referred to as a sweater set in some cases) available in multiple colors on the brand's site, it's also styled with several different outfits — so clearly, the under-$200 sweaters pair well with nearly everything.
This isn't the first time this trend has made an appearance. Moda Operandi cofounder Lauren Santo Domingo (whose style is always on point) posted an image of herself in a double-sweater situation at London Fashion Week on Sept. 18, so you can pretty much rest assured that it's going to be huge in no time. But while early adopters of the trends may have had to get crafty to recreate this look, it's now becoming available to the masses in fall's new arrivals.
Frankie Shop, which has locations in Paris and New York City, is consistently ahead of the curve when it comes to the trends you should know each season. Both its brick-and-mortar stores and its online shop are filled with unique silhouettes, interesting colors, and items that are effortlessly cool and ridiculously hard to resist. Plus, the brand selection is amazing, too — the store carries designers like Rachel Comey, Caron Callahan, and LOQ in addition to international lines from Russia, Spain, and more.
With such a trendy selection of clothing, it would make sense for Frankie Shop's prices to be high; however, that's surprisingly not the case. While the store definitely stocks its share of investment pieces, there are also always plenty of options, like a navy embossed croc mini skirt for $99 and a leopard tee for $55, that make it easier for trend-seekers on a budget to get their fill, too.
Whether you're ready to adopt this unique sweater trend or just browse the rest of Frankie Shop's new fall arrivals, the best pieces from this site's ultra chic selection are available to shop below.