When it comes to comfy cozy clothes, it doesn’t get much better than a sweater with a shawl collar. On cold winter days you can wrap the extra fabric around your neck to stay warm and toasty, and the style is surprisingly versatile–shawl cardigans look just as good with a pencil skirt and pumps at the office as they do with polka dot pajama pants on your couch. Click through to check out 10 fabulous shawl sweaters, all for $50 or less!
This cardigan combines the best thing about fall fashion (slouchy cardigans!) with the best thing about summer fashion (bright colors!), which makes it the perfect transition piece to bridge the seasons. I’d love to throw it on over jersey dresses or dark denim skinny jeans and flats–pretty sure I’d find a way to wear this baby pretty much every day. [$90, J.Crew]
Cardigans are an indispensable transition piece for spring. They’re perfect for throwing on over dresses on breezy afternoons or stashing in your desk for those inexplicably chilly days at the office. Here are 10 light cardigans in a rainbow of colors–add them to any outfit for a little warmth and a lot of style …
This two-tone cardigan from Forever 21′s Twelve by Twelve line proves our point that black and brown can be worn together. Notice how the taupe-y brown softens the basic black so the complete look has a classic Chanel feel, but the zipper flower pin adds a bit of kitsch. Pair this cardigan with blue or black jeans or a black pencil skirt for a sophisticated, fun outfit. [$29, Forever 21] Keep reading »
This is Urban Outfitters‘ Grey Antics Mrs. Klaus Sweater from their special holiday sweaters collection, but I can’t figure out why anyone would want a cardigan that evokes an image of Santa Claus getting grabby with Mrs. Claus … or you. That’s gross! [Urban Outfitters] Keep reading »
Rihanna went out last night wearing a long cardigan as a dress. We can’t decide whether this is a good idea. Sweaters aren’t normally long enough to cover our butts, but maybe in the winter, when tights can provide extra coverage. [NYC, 6/10/09] Keep reading »