One of my favorite times during fall is when it gets cool enough to wear cozy pullovers. I fondly refer to this time as “pumpkin weather.” I’d love to live somewhere that has a long stretch of fall. Even though I love summer because of being on break, fall is definitely my favorite time of year!
I hate coats because they’re bulky and constrictive, but to me, pullovers are perfect. And luckily, Sherpa pullovers are all over Instagram right now. And they’re so cozy that it’s easy to see why.
I was doing a little grocery shopping the other day and this pullover happened to catch my eye as I was walking by the women’s section. Wait, you might be saying. This pullover came from a grocery store??
Walmart, to be exact! The Time and Tru brand at Walmart has some really cute, and budget-friendly, items! This Snow Tipped Quarter Zip Jacket is a really great purchase at only $20! When I put it on, I didn’t want to take it off – it’s that comfy and cozy!
There are only a couple left online in plus sizes, but when I picked this up at my local Walmart the other day, there were SO MANY on the racks in a variety of colors. There’s burgundy, which is the one I have on, blue, grey/black, and a cream color.
My sister said I look like a sheep, and to be honest, it does kind of feel like a fluffy sheep is wrapped around me. That’s a good thing. Unlike a lot of pullovers, this one isn’t scratchy. I don’t wear a lot of sweaters because I just can’t handle being itchy, but this pullover is something I would also be completely comfortable lounging in.
I’m wearing a medium in the pullover, but if I were planning on layering underneath, I would probably size up to a large. Again, I don’t like to feel constrained in clothes, and I tend to be extremely uncomfortable when sleeves are too tight or I can’t move the way I want to.
I’ve also provided some links to my jeans (currently my favorite because they have some stretch and don’t squish everything), and my boots which I love SO much!
What is your favorite fall item? Do you prefer “pumpkin weather,” the cold and snow, or the blistering temperatures of summer?