October 11th, 2019
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Cardigan Weather

Last month I went to Paris for the weekend with just a handful of sweaters. An ancient, grey, Irish cable knit cardigan was my topper in lieu of a jacket — perfect for cool weather — it goes over anything.

So, I started to look for an updated version and found one by I love Mr. Mittens, a line of knitwear by Belgian designer Stéphanie Caulier. I’ll let you know.

I love Mr. Mittens here, here, and here

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1955 Horsebit grained-leather shoulder bag

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A-line bouclé skirt

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Poplin tie front maxi dress

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1955 Horsebit grained-leather shoulder bag

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Bebe ribbed cotton top

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  • I have a waist length one but have not worn it. I need help styling. It seems too casual for work (even though I am not in a formal setting) but too heavy for travel. Thoughts? Thank you.

    Moira FitzgeraldOctober 11th, 2019  12:53 PM

     
  • Love the sweaters, but they are SO expensive.

    SharonOctober 12th, 2019  7:33 AM

     
  • I have had a Mr. Mittens dark green cardigan for a couple of years and I love it (and so do my daughters). It is perfect for our weird SoCal weather. And Moira I agree it doesn’t fit into normal sweater styling – it is much more of a cozy accessory. The bulk and heft definitely preclude it from airline travel.

    BonnyOctober 12th, 2019  11:56 AM

     

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