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Where can I buy a simple navy blue cardigan from?

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lolalotta Sun 23-Oct-11 07:18:19

That is a "flat" knit rather than a heavy chunky knit, not sure that is a real term but I don't know how else to describe it! It is for layering over a vest/print top to wear with jeans and boots. I would like one that keeps it's shape and wears well. I had a look at Boden but nothing caught my eye there...any ideas ladies??? Thank you! smile

lolalotta Sun 23-Oct-11 07:24:47

I think I want it v-neck too, just checked out Gap, but nothing in navy...

lolalotta Sun 23-Oct-11 07:33:55

I think fine knit was what i was thinking of!

whostolemyname Sun 23-Oct-11 07:54:24

Cheap too!

MissBeehiving Sun 23-Oct-11 08:02:42


Bonsoir Sun 23-Oct-11 09:41:23

A school uniform shop?

Northernlurker Sun 23-Oct-11 09:44:36

What size are you? I have bought two like this in the past for dd1 from Zara. If you are an 8 or a 10 you might find one there?

CaptainNancy Sun 23-Oct-11 09:45:58

I got mine from uniqlo - was cashmere/merino and it is lovely.

wideawakenurse Sun 23-Oct-11 10:26:45


They do them every year. Hip length, fine knit. Usually about £20 ish.

PrimaBallerina Sun 23-Oct-11 10:33:44

Definitely Zara. I have the very thing you're talking about in navy in my wardrobe. £19.99.

I'm also wearing another one from H&M but that was bought over a year ago so I'm not sure if they're still making it. I think it was only a tenner though.

lolalotta Sun 23-Oct-11 12:15:25

Thank you so much everyone, MissBeehiving that is exactly what I had in mind. I am going to check in H+M and Zara too! smile Thank you!

lolalotta Sun 23-Oct-11 12:45:25

Does any one know if Uniqlo comes up small, according to the shoulder measurment on there size guide I am somewhere between a medium and a large which is a UK 12-14, normally I'm a size 8-10...

CaptainNancy Sun 23-Oct-11 22:11:09

My cardigan is medium, and I'm a 10-12.

follyfoot Sun 23-Oct-11 22:23:24

This company do great basic woollens, and although the photos are a bit 1950's knitting pattern, the plain cardis are lovely (and great quality).

TeamEdward Sun 23-Oct-11 22:24:23

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