This week and next, we’ll be focusing on two featured products. It’s getting cold outside, and cardigans are the perfect way to keep warm. Now is a good time to start knitting new ones, too! I’m currently working on a new knitting pattern for a cute cardigan. I can’t promise when it’ll be launched, but in the meanwhile, I wanted to feature two of our older patterns. These cardigans are a bit funkier in design. The Seed Stitch Shrug can be closed in many ways, and The Wide Sleeved Cardigan features a low-cut neckline with a huge collar. Today, I’m showing you a few cute cardigan looks.
Long and Red
I like skirts and dresses. Venturing out in a skirt during the harshest winter might sound like a silly idea, but, well, I do that. Two layers of long skirts paired with tights, a garter petticoat, and long socks can be a warmer solution than jeans. For this look, I wore a black cotton peasant skirt with a red satin skirt beneath. Both of these skirts are made with lots of fabric, and they move beautifully. When wearing these, I always feel like Scarlett O’Hara!
I paired the skirts with our Wide Sleeved Cardigan. I wore a mesh top and a spaghetti strap top under the cardie. If I get too warm and want to shed a layer, I’ll be wearing something cute under it.
I really like this look. It’s comfy and warm, and the cardigan makes it super-special.
For the second look, I paired our Seed Stitch Shrug with my Crinkle Skirt. Choosing a top for this style gave me a really hard time. I finally chose to wear two layers: a mesh top, and a low-cut lace top over it. Both of these tops are see-through, but wearing them together reduces the effect. Together with The Crinkle Skirt they create a cute, very feminine look. I wore black pearls to fade out the different shapes of the neckline, and repeated the detail with earrings.
This is my favorite of this bunch of cute cardigan looks. It’s super-comfy, has all the elements I like, and it works for many kinds of outings. I liked this style so much I wanted to show it to you without the cardigan, too! I hid the waist of the skirt with a belt for this pic just to make it a bit more polished.
For the last look, I wanted to create a cute, fun style. I took one of my favorite dresses, and styled it up a bit. I added a lace petticoat and socks with a red heart print. I added a bit more hearts to the look with my heart choker. The red cardigan completes the look, and brings it loads of warmth.
This style turned out quite romantic. I can totally see myself wearing this for Valentine’s!
I hope you’ve enjoyed our cute cardigan looks.
Until next time!