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This Adorable Floral Sweater Will Translate From Winter to Spring

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Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services.Florals for winter?

Now that’s actually groundbreaking. We typically avoid wearing floral prints during this time of year, as they don’t particularly fit in with the feel of the season — but we’re certainly not opposed.

It’s all about finding subtle touches that don’t radiate warm-weather energy.Not sure what we mean? This sweater from French Connection has the exact floral touches we’re talking about.

It’s not over-the-top and in your face, but it still has a feminine aesthetic that works for the winter. Best of all, it will effortlessly carry over into the spring season!Get the French Connection Caballo Sweater with free shipping for $118 at Nordstrom!While many knits on the market have embraced oversized, out-of-the-ordinary sleeves, we haven’t seen the irreverent arms trend done quite like this before!

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