I’m excited for today’s post because it features a special guest: my friend and fellow blogger Carly Hill! When we spotted that we both had picked up the same new chunky knit cardigan for Fall, we jumped at the chance to style it two ways.
Everlane Cardigan Styled Two Ways
Truth be told I wasn’t sure how this cropped silhouette would look on me but I was so happy with the fit when it arrived. It’s such a breath of fresh air from oversized, longer cardigans and I love how lightweight yet cozy the chunky knit is on the sweater. Styled opened like I did or buttoned like Carly did and paired with high waisted jeans, there are loads of ways you could style this cardigan. It would even look cute buttoned up and styled with a silk skirt or with wider leg denim. I could also see it over a lace cami with black pants for work. It comes in 2 other colors, too!
For more photos and details on Carly’s outfit, hop on over to Carly’s blog today!
Now, who wore it better?! KIDDING! Did you guys like seeing this piece on two different bodies? Should we make this a series?
Everlane Cardigan (c/o; wearing a M – they also have a chic new alpaca version) // Everlane Jeans (Ankle length; Size 28) // Everlane Loafers // Hanes Tee (Size Large) // Box Bag
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such a cute idea!
Thank you, Kelly! We had so much fun with it! Appreciate the kind words <3
This is so adorable! Truthfully I wouldn’t have considered a chunky cropped cardigan for my shape, but I love how you’ve both styled it here so you’ve convinced me to give it a go!
I am so glad you found value in seeing it on two different body types! And do think it would look great on you!
I wish you wouldve posted this yesterday when they had free shipping!
Hi Natasha – totally hear you but I don’t post on Sundays! The good news is if you buy 2 or more items shipping is still free!
You gals are the cutest! Love both looks 🙂
Aw thank you, Jess! So glad you enjoyed the post!!
love the idea of styling one piece on two different ladies!