Fall is here! And with it comes the return of the classic Cowl Neck Sweater and the awesome and already embraced Shawl Sweaters.
White House Black Market. Cowl Neck Cable Sweater is beautiful. "A classic cable-and-rib design reinvented in soft, shimmering yarn with a plunging cowl neckline. 49% Cotton, 38% Rayon, 7% Wool, 4% Polyester, 2% Metallic. Hand wash or dry clean. Imported." Looks fabulous all Fall and into Winter.
J. Crew. This Linen Cotton Wrap Cardigan is perfect for everyday. It is one wonderful piece. "A light and airy piece that's perfect—wrapped or simply tied—for layering over swimsuits and skinny jeans. Long and loose with exposed seams, roll trim (at the placket and pockets), and an effortlessly sexy drape, it's destined to be a weekend bag necessity. Linen/cotton. V-neck. Hidden button closure. Long sleeves. Hits below hip. Import. Machine wash."
Target. Look at the bargain Target offers in their Mossimo Supply Co Juniors Cowl Neck Sweater Dress. Just add leggings and boots and you are ready for the red carpet. Here are the features: Sizing: Junior Sizing with a Casual Fit, Material: 100 % Cotton, Neckline Style: Turtleneck Neckline Cowl Collar, Sleeve Style: Short Sleeve Sleeves, Closure Style: Pullover Closures, Garment Length: Above Knee.
How about adding a little Cowl and Wrap Sweater to your look this Fall. Which do you prefer?
Excellent, I recently found a cowl 'scarf' I started knitting a few years ago, good to know it is still fashionable!
I have never tryed a wrap sweater but there is a frist time and I might like it . I dont know tell I do
I would wear a wrap sweater if it was made of a thin material. Love the way cowl neck sweaters look on other ladies, but I have to be careful that the cowl doesn't add extra bulk to my chest. I've got enough there already! :o)
I'd try a wrap. Notice though how careful you have to be in the material type, weight, cut, and fit as it can either look chic or a bulky ill fitting lump.
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