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FAVORITE sweater styling



We all need one...

that big, perfect, LIVE-IN ALL THE TIME sweater for the season.

The one that you grab daily to pair with your jeans, your trousers, a perfect skirt or your sweat pants.


Here is our take on pairing said sweater with vintage or the favorite staples in your closet.








Look 1.

Favorite crewneck sweater is paired with 1990s Calvin Klein collection charcoal grey wool trouser, 1990s Richard Tyler brown leather blazer and 1990s GUCCI Alpaca coat. Finished with a chunky loafer (Kam's by Robert Clergerie, click here for similar and baseball cap)


Look 2.

Favorite crewneck sweater is paired with Dolce and Gabbana leather mini skirt, 1990s Christian Lacroix silk twill blouse and 1990s Karl Lagerfeld crop jacket. Finished with oatmeal socks (Kam's are cozy socks made from USA grown Merino Wool and bamboo Rayon by Sockwell USA) and chunky loafer.


Look 3.

Favorite crewneck sweater is paired with 1980s Gianni Versace crop check pant and 1990s Karl Lagerfeld alpaca blend oversized pea coat. Finished with white menswear shirting and a strappy pump.


Look 4.

Favorite crewneck sweater is paired with 1990s Vivienne Tam sequin fringe party dress. Finished with semi sheer knee highs (Kam's by Wolford)













Look 1.

1980s Mondi turtleneck sweater is paired with Y2K Calvin Klein Collection pant suit and 1980s FENDI Faux Fur coat.


Look 2.

1980s Mondi turtleneck sweater is paired with 1990s Donna Karan wrap skirt, 1990s GENNY zebra print blazer and 1980s New Wave leather jacket.


Look 3.

1980s Mondi turtleneck sweater is paired with 1990s GIANNI VERSACE Couture menswear check blazer and 1980s Perry Ellis Balmacaan overcoat.


Look 4.

1980s Mondi turtleneck sweater is paired with 1990s KARL LAGERFELD Black skirt and 1990s Unworn COMPLICE velvet cape






OUR FAVORITE SWEATER OPTIONS FROM MINDFUL BRANDS:



ANOTHER TOMORROW:

Another Tomorrow uses fashion as a "Pathway to Activism" by pushing boundaries of ethically sourced and mindfully produced product that meets luxurious quality standards. The brand sees much need for change in the space and is a front runner in leading the way toward a more sustainably minded closet.

Images below via Another Tomorrow.










ELEVEN SIX:

Conscious production methods in ethical sourcing and materials working with local mills in Peru that are small owned and operated. The brand also uses earth friendly packaging materials and has partnered with ONE TREE PLANTED to plant a tree in the Andes region of Peru with each online order they receive.

Images below via elevensix .






ALI Sweater in Dusty Chocolate by ELEVEN SIX




FASHION KIND:


A hub for responsible brands, Fashion Kind vets it's products for their ethical and environmentally sound standards. Filled with tons of amazing product from companies that you can be proud of wearing from the websites selection of conscious luxury.

Images below via Fashionkind.




Palomiino Olimpia Cashmere sweater from FashionKind





MAISON DE MODE:


Another amazing website with pre-vetted "Ethical Luxury Brands" Maison de Mode's selection of seasonal sweaters is just sooooo good. We love discovering new labels from their well curated site.

Images below via Maison de Mode







NAADAM:


Naadam goes right to the source by working with cashmere traders in the Gobi desert of Mongolia. This process provides more fair pricing to both the herders and the consumer while insuring a quality, long lasting product that is meant to last.

Images below via Naadam



Wool Cashmere oversize rib sweater by NAADAM