Hilary Duff Wore the Cozy Sweater the Internet Is Calling ‘the Best Ever’
People love it so much, they’re buying it in every color.
This story originally appeared on People.com.
Sweater weather is well underway, and we're nowhere close to tired of it. Cozy knits offer much-needed comfort when winter gloom sets in, and nothing rivals the ahh-inducing feeling of slipping into an oversized, ultra-soft sweater and feeling completely protected from whatever the world throws your way.
With quite literally thousands of oversized sweaters in the world, it can feel like a chore to find one that's your perfect match. Good thing Hilary Duff just introduced us to a new knit that's destined to be your new go-to for the season.
Duff sported the sweater on a grocery trip with her husband, styling the gray Free People sweater with classic black leggings and tried-and-true Dr. Martens—a.k.a. the perfect cold-weather uniform. While the baguette in her hand was enough to catch our attention (bread lovers, you understand), it's her oversized knit that kept us interested. A bit of follow-up research revealed the Free People sweater is an absolute Internet sensation, with shoppers 'round the world calling it "a dream," "the best ever," and "so unbelievably comfy."
The Duff-approved knit isn't like any ol' sweater—it's a cool sweater, as evident by the unique dolman sleeves that offer a full range of movement (no constricted arms here), the boat neck, and the overall chunky, oversized fit that's equal parts comfy yet elegant.
Nordstrom shoppers are in love. "This sweater is so cozy, I did not want to take it off at the end of the day! I just bought another," wrote one customer.
Another mentioned, "These are my favorite sweaters in the world! I have four of them and counting. They run big, which I love, and are comfy and stylish." Amazon reviewers share a similar sentiment about this sweater, with one calling it the best purchase of all time. One thing to keep in mind is that many mention the knit is quite oversized, so if you don't want something too billowy, it might be best to size down.