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Where do you buy your cardigans?

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GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Tue 28-Aug-12 14:18:22

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Pastabee Tue 28-Aug-12 17:13:56

John Lewis own are nice and come in lots of colours.

mignonette Tue 28-Aug-12 17:14:56

And Velvet. They can look like those old Voyage ones from the 90's.

TheCountessOlenska Tue 28-Aug-12 17:16:38

Agree with everyone who said Zara! And sometimes H&M

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Tue 28-Aug-12 17:16:55

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Itsgottabebags Tue 28-Aug-12 18:48:20

Dotty P's. I did buy some cardigans from M and S a few years back (the type with satiny buttons and trim I think) and they washed really badly!

BikeRunSki Tue 28-Aug-12 19:28:54

Woolovers -like a poor person's Brora. Quality not so wonderful, but prices more realistic.



wildfig Tue 28-Aug-12 20:56:37

Banana Republic has turned up a few really good cardigans for me. I always forget about it, then find the perfect fine silk knit/cashmere one. And they often have discount codes.

ComradeJing Tue 28-Aug-12 23:43:50

CAnt believe no one has mentioned brora yet!

cerealqueen Wed 29-Aug-12 00:03:18

Another one for woolovers!

seeker Wed 29-Aug-12 00:09:42

My cardigan loving dd buys hers from the men's section of charity shops. She has some fantastic ones- including cashmere- none of which cost more than £7.50!

almapudden Wed 29-Aug-12 00:15:00


almapudden Wed 29-Aug-12 00:16:30

Actually, does anyone know whee to find longer-length fitted cardigans? I am 5'11" and the H&M fitted ones are way too short.

mirai Wed 29-Aug-12 04:16:36

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LaTrucha Wed 29-Aug-12 07:29:43

Woolovers looks great!

ImpossiblyGlossy Wed 29-Aug-12 07:31:21

For work? Boden. Look more £

FamiliesShareGerms Wed 29-Aug-12 07:35:43

Another vote for Uniqlo

GnocchiGnocchiWhosThere Wed 29-Aug-12 09:59:25

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DizzyBeeisSchoolShoeShopping Wed 29-Aug-12 10:04:45

New Look - but buy a smaller size! They are big.

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