The trusty cardi is perfect for keeping you toasty whilst you are out and about yet easy to disrobe when required as JHud demonstrates!
Today, cardigans are as playful and diverse as they’ve ever been. Now a simple plain knit cardigan is not the only option on the table; wrap around ballet cardigans and button-up cardigan dresses are available alongside belted oversize numbers inspired by traditional men’s knitwear. Here’s a look at the most on-trend cardigans….
Add a racy touch to your outfit with seductive lace panelled cardigans which reveal your back through an ornate cut-out. Lace panels may also be found on sleeves and shoulders.
Add a racy touch to your outfit with seductive lace panelled cardigans which reveal your back through an ornate cut-out. Lace panels may also be found on sleeves and shoulder.
When you want a twee and simple cardigan, choose a plain coloured crew neck cardi with long sleeves. These typically thin cardigans look sweet on top of a floral tea dress or teamed with a nice blouse and midi skirt.
If you want a statement cardigan, the batwing design is one way to go. Not design for maximum warmth, but more as a fashion conscious piece this cardigan features oversized short sleeve designs named ‘Batwings.
New Look is the second largest womenswear retailer in the UK and also has over 1,000 stores worldwide. New Look’s knitwear designs range from cable knit cardigans to pointelle cropped jumpers, so get yourself to a store or check out the website to pick up a warming wardrobe essential!
**all cardigans featured are available from New Look
I like the grey cardigan. Now I have an idea what to get my girlfriend on her birthday.
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I cant deny, I’m a cardi lover. Mrs O looks amazing! Seems to have lost a little weight and toned up a bit more, didn’t even think that was possible. Will try to find that copy of O.
Thanks for reading! The Mrs O image is from an old issue of O magazine
I have always loved a cardi (even when they weren’t in fashion). I think the crew neck one has a bit of a 1950’s look to it.