Back-to-school is upon us and, for many, back-to-the-office is also finally happening. It’s going to be a struggle to settle back into the swing of things, but what we’ve lost in social ability we’ll make up for in back-to-office style. Our primary focus on this front, considering that we’re entering the colder months, is knitwear.

The power of wool sweaters to tie a look together should never be underestimated. From the no-fuss efficiency of a Stone Island sweater that fits every occasion to the out-there boldness of JW Anderson’s multicolored creations, there’s a wool sweater to suit everyone. So whether you’re looking to keep things formal and dialed-down or hoping to provide some cheerful brightness to a dark fall morning in the office, Luisaviaroma has got you covered.

Scroll down to browse the best wool sweaters to wear to the office this season.

Stone Island Logo-badge Sweater

Logo-badge Sweater

Logo-badge Sweater

$350

Stone Island

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When it comes to menswear classics like raincoats and, as it happens, wool sweaters, Stone Island always finds a way to keep things fresh. This lightweight wool-blend sweater is understated enough to style with sweatpants or tailored trousers.

ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA Cashmere Sweater

Cashmere Sweater

Cashmere Sweater

$1660

ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

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Italian luxury doesn't come much more Italian or luxurious than Ermenegildo Zegna. Cut from cashmere, this two-tone piece of knitwear perfection is a lifelong investment.

Agnona Cable-knit Sweater

Cashmere Sweater

Cashmere Sweater

$2390

Agnona

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Woven using cashmere and silk, this Agnona cable-knit sweater is the definition of high-end. Sure, it'll set you back, but this is genuinely the peak of knitwear.

Brioni Cashmere Knit Sweater

Knit Sweater

Knit Sweater

$2350

Brioni

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Crewnecks are a standard go-to for the modern gent, but opting for a rollneck is not only ideal when the mercury drops, it also opens up a lot of layering opportunities.

JW Anderson Anchor Sweater

Anchor Sweater

Anchor Sweater

$1530

JW Anderson

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Much like that Harry Styles-approved JW Anderson patchwork cardigan which sparked an internet crochet craze, this JW Anderson knit is made up of colorblocked patchwork which exudes joy.

Andersson Bell Intarsia Sweater

Intarsia Sweater

Intarsia Sweater

$493

Andersson Bell

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Continuing with the bold palettes, this Andersson Bell sweater features unfinished threads, lending it unorthodox texture as though it's being worn inside-out.

Dries Van Noten Intarsia Sweater

Instarsia Sweater

Instarsia Sweater

$773

Dries Van Noten

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If you love the flowing intarsia knit of the Andersson Bell sweater but don't fancy yourself as a morning-brightener, opt for this more pared-back number by Dries Van Noten.

Loewe Embroidered Sweater

Embroidered Sweater

Embroidered Sweater

$1700

Loewe

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While Jonathan Anderson's work under his eponymous label sides with the punchiest colors, his archive at Loewe is much more toned-down. This slim, blue sweater is made of pure wool and features understated logo embroidery to each side as detailing.

Lanvin Wool Jumper

Knit Jumper

Knit Jumper

$1150

Lanvin

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So you love the '70s but can't hit the office in your flares and frilly shirts? Rep your era with subtle finesse with the help of this Lanvin Sweater which features the brand name in an unmistakably '70s typeface.

Nanushka Virote Sweater

Virote Knit Sweater

Virote Knit Sweater

$545

Nanushka

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When it comes to wool sweaters for the office, it's sometimes best to keep things neutral. This Nanushka Virote Sweater is made in a versatile earth-tone with enough detailing for a touch of office-suitable personality without distracting any co-workers.

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