I love cardigans, long or short. At what length you choose to wear your cardigans will depend on your height. Personally, I like my cardigans to cover my bum and stomach area.
Cardigans make great in-between season additions to our wardrobes. They are extremely versatile and practical. I bought this silver grey cardigan recently from the new John Lewis & partners range. It is 100% cashmere and I consider a reasonable price considering the softness and quality. I recently included it in my Capsule wardrobe for France. It rolls up into a small ball for packing and has been a useful piece to wear here in France in the evenings; when the sun goes down and the temperature drops.
I have teamed it with my new burgundy trousers also from John Lewis & partners. The burgundy seems to have sold out, however, they still have stock left in navy and black. They are meant to be ankle grazers, however, I let the hem down on these ones as I have quite long legs and prefer them to cover my ankles.
My burgundy trainers are from Lands’ End. I bought them last year; however, they still have them in stock and they are reduced from £65 to £32. They are very comfortable and a little lighter than conventional trainers.
I bought the scarf I am wearing from St.Tropez market last year. I am currently down in the south of France and am trawling the market to see if I can source something similar. Many of you leave comments or email me asking where I purchased my scarves and jewellery. So we have a plan to open an online shop connected to the blog. This means that we will be able to offer you a range of scarves and jewellery personally selected by me.
We are in the process of developing the site and will let you know as soon as it is ready.
A selection of this season’s cardigans:
Photographs were taken in Wimbledon village, south-west London by Laura Hines. Follow her on Instagram.
Oooh, I look forward to being able to buy some scarves from you from the South of France. You have worn some lovely ones that a I have coveted!
We are working on it however it may take a while to get the shop up and running
Yes, I also love cardigans. Consider them “National costume” for the UK!! Versatile and useful with our climate.
Yes what would us Brits do without our cardigans.
I’m a big fan of cardigans too. Best wishes with your on-line shop which I am looking forward to seeing soon. It should do very well as you have great taste in jewellery, scarves and accessories as well as looking lovely in them.
Thank you Brenda As a learning curve it is proving quite challenging. We are working on it.
Great for traveling too. Comfy on the flight. You can pack and wear light clothing but with a cardigan you can cope if the weather turns cool, or step off the plan in the UK in comfort. A shell rain coat would complete the all weather capsule wardrobe.
I am never on a flight without a cardigan or a wrap. I also always have some type of packable rain coat with me.
Your additions sound very exciting!! I look forward to them.
I love love love cardigans! And pockets, please!
I like the way cardigans look on others, but they’re difficult for those of us with small shoulders.
I have very narrow shoulders and as long as the cardigan is not too straight cut and has a bit of flare at the bottom they are fine.
I am also a cardigan fan and I have a pair of burgundy trainers just like the ones in your pictures.