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ASOS While sweaters are great for staying warm during the winter, they're also one of the easiest ways to get into the holiday spirit.

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Finding the right balance between stylish and festive can be tricky though.You don't want to look like you're getting ready to attend an ugly Christmas sweater party unless, of course, you actually are. To help you curate your holiday wardrobe, we rounded up 10 seasonal sweaters from brands like Ralph Lauren, Bonobosbed pillow covers, Uniqlo L.L.Bean, and more.

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The L.L.Bean Classic Ragg Wool Fair Isle Henly is the type of sweater that you can wear to the office during the holiday season, because it still looks professional. It features a combination of blue and grey wool that incorporates a Fair Isle design across the chest.

The Bonobos Lightweight Wool Crewneck comes in a light grey color and features a red skier graphic on the side.

Inspired by Gene Kelly's 1952 musical "Singin' in the Rain," the Bear Isle Sweater features the Iconic Polo Bear on the front and back swinging from a lamp post with an umbrella in hand. The sweater also uses a Fair Isle print all over.

This J.Crew sweater is a modern take on a classic Fair Isle design. It comes in a cranberry color that you can't go wrong with during the holidays.

If you're looking for something other than a pullover, this Weatherproof Vintage cardigan is the way to go. It features a combination of black and grey and incorporates a festive Fair Isle design that resembles snow flakes.

If you're looking for a mock neck sweater instead of the traditional crew neck, this Uniqlo is the perfect choice. It uses a bright blue lambswool with a Fair Isle design wrapping around the chest and shoulders.

While Tartan can be worn all year long, it is a pattern that embodies the holiday season in a subtle way. The Brooks Brothers Stweart Hunting Tartan sweater uses a combination of blue, green, red, and yellow wool.

If multi-color sweaters aren't your style, a nice, solid color cableknit sweater is a great way add texture to your outfit. The Gap Cableknit is simple and comes in colors like cream, grey, navy heather, and pinot noir.

Reindeer are usually found on ugly holiday sweaters, but Jack & Jones manages to incorporate them into a sweater you won't be embarrassed to wear outside of an ugly sweater party. Using a combination of navy blue and white, the sweater features reindeer, trees, a Fair Isle design, and dots for a very festive look.

This Urban Outfitters sweater perfectly executes a "going home for the holidays" theme. With a red tartan pattern that subtly resembles wrapped gifts waiting under the tree and a graphic to remind you of the family dog back home, it will easily get you into the Christmas spirit.

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