Ready for sweater weather? 5 Birmingham boutiques to find the perfect fall sweater

When you lock eyes with your dream fall sweater… literally. Photo via basic. on Facebook

The best time to wear a *fall* sweater is all the time. We’ve rounded up 5 local spots to find the perfect autumn knits in Birmingham. Spoiler alert: Things are about to get cozy.

1. basic.

basic.’s sweater selection does not disappoint. Cardigans, turtlenecks and tunics—there’s a little bit of everything. Price-wise, purchasing a new sweater here might be a splurge, but you can rest easy knowing it’s sustainable AND you’re supporting a local business. Bonus: basic. is donating $5 of every purchase to The Human Rights watch and Southern Poverty Law Center.

2. Gus Mayer

If you’re on the hunt for a bold fall sweater, swing by Gus Mayer at The Summit. Think fun colors, cozy textures, and unique styles. They also have plenty of neutral, everyday options as well. Shop some of their selection online here.

3. Soca Clothing

We’re loving all the ~fall vibes~ we’re getting from Soca’s sweater collection. You can’t go wrong with a good burnt orange or warm red for autumn. Check out their online options, or visit the shop in Homewood.

4. Molly Green

Molly Green’s sweater selection is next level. They hit all the trends—oversized, cropped, fun prints, and fuzzy materials. Plus, they are all super affordable. Visit them at The Summit or browse their online selection here.

5. Fab’rik Birmingham

Fab’rik is killing the fall knit game. They have a mix of classic and trendy styles, including tie-dye tops, striped sweaters and even furry sleeved knits. Check out their collection online or at one of their two Birmingham locations in Homewood or at The Summit.

Need a comfy shoe to go with your cozy sweater? Check out this guide to find the trendiest fall boots in Birmingham.

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