September 13, 2011

Sleeveless Turtleneck Sweater with Beading by L.A.M.B.

The Sleeveless Turtleneck Sweater with Beading by L.A.M.B. works well alone or under a jacket, so it's great for those times that you need to regulate your temperature a bit. It features a turtleneck, beading at the front and back and ribbed edges. It is a short 19 inches in length.

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September 12, 2011

Dexter Striped Sweater by Dallin Chase

The Dexter Striped Sweater by Dallin Chase is a simple sweater, but we love the muted colors and adore the extra long sleeves! It has a crew neck and marled, ribbed banding at the edges as well. It is 100% cotton.

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September 8, 2011

Roni Cowl Neck Sweater by Elie Tahari

Cowl neck sweaters are a basic item in our winter wardrobes. The Roni Cowl Neck Sweater by Elie Tahari is a good option if you find yourself needing one. It has cables knit throughout, a cowl neck, raised side seams, pointelle stitching at the back, a rounded hem, and long sleeves. It is knit from 100% extra-fine merino wool.

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September 7, 2011

Prima Double Layer Sweater by Joie

The Prima Double Layer Sweater by Joie is one shirt made to look like two. There is a crew neck, open knit throughout, a rolled edge at the hem, and 3/4 length sleeves. Underneath is a contrasting lining. The outer layer is 100% wool, and it is available in caviar/dark grey and sage/heather grey.

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September 6, 2011

Vest Top by Tucker

The Vest Top by Tucker will match a ton of different bottoms, and it could be worn alone or under a top with sleeves. It has a scoop neck, intarsia pattern throughout, and a hidden zipper at the side. It is knit as well.

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September 2, 2011

Airmix Bramsy Sweater by Theory

Nothing says winter like a cable knit sweater! The Airmix Bramsy Sweater by Theory is an oversized one with a crew neck, ribbed edges, and long sleeves. It is a long 33 inches in length, it is made up of wool, cotton, and mohair, and it is available in two colors: black/light heather and brown olive/stone grey.

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August 31, 2011

Louise Cardigan Sweater by Diane von Furstenberg

We adore the Louise Cardigan Sweater by Diane von Furstenberg. This two toned cardigan features a V-neck, six hidden buttons down the front, long sleeves, and ribbed banding at the patch front pocket, cuffs, and bottom hem, It is made of wool and cashmere.

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August 15, 2011

Slash Crewneck by Gryphon

The Slash Crewneck by Gryphon is not as graphic as it sounds. At the arms, there are contrasting beaded panels which are quite unique. This sweater also features a crew neck with a rolled edge, fine-knit side panels, and long raglan sleeves. It is 100% merino wool.

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August 12, 2011

Crew Cropped Sweater by A.L.C.

The Crew Cropped Sweater by A.L.C. is not quite stripes, but it has an interesting horizontal pattern throughout. It features a crew neck, notched cuffs, ribbed edges, and long raglan sleeves. It is short at 19 inches in length, and it is made of 100% wool.

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August 11, 2011

Yash Cashmere Sweater by Theyskens' Theory

Add a bit of preppiness into your wardrobe with the Yash Cashmere Sweater by Theyskens' Theory. It has a V-neck, contrasting ribbed banding at the neck and cuffs, and long sleeves. It is 100% cashmere.

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