Add a practical cardigan to your wardrobe. With our weather continuing to be so volatile. Sunny one minute, cold and windy the next it is becoming more and more difficult to put together an outfit in the morning that will take you comfortably throughout the day. Now might be an ideal time to add a practical cardigan to your wardrobe. Above I am wearing my latest purchase a bright pink cardigan from the Autograph range at MarksandSpencer. It is merino wool with 10% cashmere. I think cardigans are one of the underrated garments in our wardrobes. They are one of the most useful items if you travel as they roll up into a ball without creasing. They are also good for adding a touch of colour to your face.
According to last week’s Sunday Times magazine, the cardigan has become the latest accessory and can be worn around the shoulders or waist. I often tie mine around my neck. It acts as a scarf and can be slipped on if the temperatures drop.
Cos is a good place to find interesting cardigans. They offer some nice bright colours and interesting shapes. Boden also has a good selection of cardigans in unusual patterns and colour combinations.
The cardigan is a practical garment; so easy to pop with dresses, skirts or trousers.
Add a practical cardigan to your wardrobe
Below are a selection of cardigans:
My aim has always been to buy better and buy less. I still own this cardigan. The French also seem to favour the humble cardigan as the image was taken from a French magazine.
Finally, I need to sincerely apologise for the Gravatar post that was published in error. Gravatar is a bonafide website I use to change my profile image. I have deleted the post and am investigating the issue.