Sweater Weather Season

It’s officially our favorite time of the year - sweater weather. That time of year where the summer humidity finally breaks and the sun radiates the perfect amount of warmth. Add in a crisp fall breeze, a hot cup of cacao, a cozy cashmere sweater and you have our dream day.

As island dwellers there’s no doubt we love splashing our way through summer in the refreshing ocean and rocking flowy, light linen. However, in New England (especially right here in Newport) when push comes to shove, there is just something so comforting and amazing about slipping on the first cashmere sweater of the season.


Our favorite fall sweaters (so far)

We wait like giddy kids on Christmas morning for the mailman to drop of fall orders. As the summer winds down and the night brings a coolness our excitement grows. Sweater weather is definitely a fab that has grown exponentially in the past handful of years. More and more women (and men) countdown the days to rock the latest sweater trend. For us here at Toci we enjoy comfort and style so our favorite sweaters of our fall arrivals are dubbed both!

Paychi Guh


We are always all about the Guh. We just finished up an in-store trunk show with the cashmere craftswoman featuring her latest Fall collection for 2018. The dreamy cashmere and worsted cashmere designs are crafted with the softest cashmere in the fashion world. With innovative trends, flattering silhouettes and to-die-for coziness, Paychi Guh’s fall sweaters are going to your favorite, too.


The Nika cashmere sweater designed by Oats holds the perfect balance of soft summer hues and warm fall tones. This blush cashmere pullover has fun, front facing pockets and a slight slip on either side. This adds a nice flattering and flirty touch to an all around amazing design. You can dress the Nika sweater down with your favorite pair of boyfriend jeans and some sneaks (perfect for an apple picking date). To add some sass, throw on a pair of hip-hugging dark pants, a cute booty and some statement earrings. Now you’re ready to grab some fall-inspired martinis with the girls.

Christine Higbee