The Most Genius Wardrobe Essential You Need NOW

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    It happens to the best of us: Even after all the pre-winter and post-holiday shopping, your wardrobe is still missing that key element. And, while a crisp, white button-down and a black pump are standards, we're talking about something a little less obvious: the short-sleeved sweater. It's a piece so versatile, you can pair it with pretty much anything in your closet. So, get to clicking — we've got 13 killer versions that'll keep you toasty today (perhaps layered over that other fave basic, the collared shirt?) and cool when the warm spring breeze blows in later. It's genius, we tell you. Genius.

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