Thursday 19th October 2017
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Top 5 of the day: big old huggy sweaters

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Let’s start right off with this little mohair beauty from Maria Cornejo, which it’s possible I purchased over the weekend.

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Red and black adds a little edge to the ethnic vibe here.

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It’s all about the cool interplay between the the silver lapel—which looks painted on—and the grey here.

 

 

Rag & Bone leopard

I like how the (excellent) grey leopard print takes up the top part of the sweater and then fades out. Almost, just a tiny bit like a Fair Isle.

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And here’s the one you’ll throw on every day.

 

Posted on November 4th, 2014 12 Comments

12 Responses

  1. y.k. says:

    the silver lapel one also has anice back view.

  2. Dappadaph says:

    I love sweaters especially my favs by Eileen Fisher. They are great for women of a certain age who need to dress in layers because you never know what the temps in the office will be.

  3. ew says:

    OT –
    in my heart lies a 12 year old boy, everytime I see “Maria Cornejo”, I read it as “Maria Cornhole”

    lovely sweater though

  4. Kate says:

    I love that Madewell sweater. Living in Wisconsin and working in a drafty, weirdly heated public library, I feel like 50% of my wardrobe is big old huggy sweaters. It makes me really happy that there are so many great, interesting ones available this year.

  5. Beth says:

    How about a cashmere version?

    • Calypso St. Barth has a 100% cashmere sweater line. I see 3 cocoon cardigan styles online: Uma (hits at the lower hip) and a stripe and solid version of a longer (knee length) cocoon cardigan with pockets. There’s more cardigan styles if cocoon is not your thing.

      I’m really digging the striped cocoon cardigan.

  6. Tammy says:

    I second the cashmere version. I live in Wisconsin, too, and love sweaters in many varieties.

  7. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    This is becoming “Wisconsin Old-home week”! I was raised there and lived in the nether regions of Minong, where we once had an actual temperature of -51 degrees.I will always be a sweater girl, even though as a GOACA, I’m now constantly warm enough to live through a Long Island winter in a tank top. But I love all of ’em.

  8. Love the blue mohair sweater, it looks so kitten soft. I’m now contemplating the purchase of the Madewell cardi.

  9. Fiona says:

    I’ve only just clicked that ‘sweater’ is American for ‘cardigan’ (to me, a sweater is a jumper is a pullover is a jersey). Makes so much more sense now!

  10. May says:

    lovely sweater though!I love sweaters especially my favs by Eileen Fisher.