While you spend your days in cozy knit sweaters indulging in Postmates and chill on repeat after work or pot-lucking with your co-workers, what’s your hair doing? To help you answer the question without exerting any unnecessary energy, we’ve rounded up 19 sweater weather hair ideas to make your mane look lovely as the leaves turn brown. Scroll through the gallery now for a winter hair overhaul.
We’ll be living in a turtleneck and relaxed bun combo all winter long. The sweater weather hairstyle works for every hair type and is fairy easy to recreate, which makes it one of our favorite styles.
Pair a bold-hued hat with a loose braid to really stand out during your winter festivities.
Throw a handkerchief or scarf in your strands for a spruced-up pony. Headscarves are all the rage these days.
Knotty Low Pony
Complement your sweater with a half-knotted low ponytail.
The turtleneck tuck never gets old. Make it new with your favorite accessories and a new turtleneck—you can never have too many.
Add a little mousse to make your natural texture loose.
Flaunt a speck of shoulder with a fishtail braid ponytail.
Give your ‘do sparkle on a gloomy day with a wintery accessory.
Top It Off
A medium-brimmed hat is the perfect way to top off any sweater weather hairstyle you sport.
Whether they’re high or low, braided pigtails are the perfect sweater weather hair look.
Baker Boy Hat
The baker boy hat is a classic winter hairstyle staple.
No one will notice your unbrushed mane under a turtleneck.
Classic Top Knot
Elongate your sweater neck with a top knot.
Display your new fall hair color with a bouncy blowout.
Half-up hair has cozy written all over it.
Bedhead waves are braver when they’re not out in the open.
Upside Down Braid
Stay in your sweater and show off your braiding skills with this upside-down braided updo.
The basic is the quintessential winter hair accessory.
Take the cool-girl route with turtleneck attire and exclude face-framing wisps.
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