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Chic Sweaters

Fall is here and the crisp, cool air is a reminder that it's time to put away the short sleeves and pull out the sweaters, but not the boxy types.

This year, stores are chock full of great, sexy, cozy sweaters. And you don't have to spend a lot to warm up to fall, according to the latest issue of Glamour magazine.

Suze Yalof Schwartz, executive fashion director at Glamour magazine, visited The Early Show to test Hannah, Harry and Rene and have them guess which outfits were steals, costing a fraction of designer prices of the other outfits.

Though Harry and Rene both got the same winning scores, game show host Julie Chen declared Rene the winner. There was some cheating going on; Harry got caught getting help from Dave Price, who was behind the bushes. To Hannah, all the sweaters looked great. Can you tell the difference?

Schwartz says many stores have sweaters in stock — everything from chunky cable-knits, to beautiful cashmere hooded sweaters — and the styles are for both work and play. There are also a variety of prices in stores.

Schwartz says cashmere sweaters at J.Crew stores are made from material supplied by a high-end Italian textiles company that supplies cashmere to more expensive labels. The difference is in the weight and the stitching. So you don't have to pay a lot to stay warm.

Trend 1: Colorful Cable Knits

White and Warren, $355 (Bloomingdales)
Celine corduroy skirt, $450 (Bloomingdales)
Marc by Marc Jacobs scarf, $154 (Bloomingdales)
TOTAL: $959

J. Crew top, $38 (J. Crew)
Milly skirt, $164 (Bloomingdales)
Route 66 scarf, $25
TOTAL: $227

Trend 2: Hooded sweaters

Theory sweater, $200 (Bloomingdales)
Seven denim skirt, $105 (Bloomingdales)
Banana Republic cap, $60
Uggs, $150
TOTAL: $ 515

Ralph Lauren sweater, $598 (Bloomingdales)
Habitual skirt, $195 (Jeffrey)
Uggs, $150
Malo cap, $250
TOTAL: $1,193

Trend 3: Brights

Marni sweater, $420 (Jeffrey)
Joseph cargos, $400
TOTAL: $820

Chaiken sweater, $215 (Bloomingdales)
Ben Sherman pants, $195
TOTAL: $410