A Buyer’s Guide to the Best… Winter Cardigans | Life and style
Once considered old-fashioned, the cardigan is experiencing a renaissance, with Taylor Swift even writing a song about the knitwear favorite last year.
There is a wide range to consider. Color blocks – especially in fall hues, like rust or mustard – are a good place to start. Models with a V-neck might work well with those on a D cup.
Cardigans aren’t just classic, however. They can add something playful to a weekday outfit. Old fashioned knits found second hand provide a cute and comfortable feel. Original brands like Cinta are worth checking out on rental sites.
The treasures can be found in vintage stores and online. Consider channeling Nancy Mitford in a classic twinset, Marilyn Monroe on the beach in something chunkier, or Betty Draper from Mad Men.
Green checked, Â£ 25.99, Zara.com
Wear a button down cropped cardigan over a polo neck dress
Rust red, Â£ 180, moutoninc.com
A seamless knitting, made with zero waste machines powered by solar energy
Marine aran, Â£ 110, pilgrimage clothing.co.uk
100% merino wool, made in England
Blue V-neck, Â£ 25 FOR TWO WEEKS, baukjen.com
Elevate your work wardrobe with a classic blue cardigan – perfect with a white shirt
Embroidered rose, Â£ 15 for four days, by Cinta the Label, rotaro.com
Wear a cute, vintage-inspired knit with wide-leg jeans
Pastel striped, from Â£ 45, without finwardrobe.com
Go for a fun and embellished style for evening looks
Adored yellow Vivienne Westwood, Â£ 85, peekaboovintage.com
For a 90’s look, opt for a fine knit and wear it buttoned up with a leather skirt
Navy and orange, Â£ 39.95, goldsmithvintage.com
Wear a sporty style over a jumpsuit with sneakers
Nordic brown and cream, Â£ 25, onescoopstore.com
Patterned and oversized, perfect for fall walks