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Really soft fleecy jacket/cardigan

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KatyMac Sat 10-May-14 16:07:23

I'm having some neuralgia on my lower arms and lots of tops/cardis are annoying, so I'm after a black or grey fleecy jacket or cardi that is really soft.

Not angora or wool as they irritate - just something soft or maybe smooth (polycotton feels great but isn't very warm

Which shops shouldd I look at?

Gillybobs Sat 10-May-14 18:39:37

I have a thick jersey biker jacket from white company which is warm but comfy enough to keep on all day

poppysqueak Sat 10-May-14 20:18:31

Not trendy but try LandsEnd they have very soft light fleece jackets/cardigans etc. Look at the sales/clearance sections first for possible bargains.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sat 10-May-14 20:20:01

YY Lands End

Fairylea Sat 10-May-14 20:21:31

Try uniqlo.

KatyMac Sun 11-May-14 00:27:08

Thanks - I'll have a look - I feel a bit daft walking round shops just touching the sleeves of cardis blush

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 11-May-14 00:35:55

Ooh I go into Uniqlo and stroke the Ultra Light Down jackets blush

I bought one for my DD, but not for myself.
That will be remedied this autumn

TulipOHare Sun 11-May-14 00:51:26

Seasalt Wellsoft fleece is gorgeously soft. Here

TulipOHare Sun 11-May-14 00:51:59

Oh sorry you said black or grey blush

KatyMac Sun 11-May-14 10:30:38

My mum picked me up
something in a charity shop yesterday -it's sort of royal/navy & so, so soft

Problem solved - but thanks so much for the suggestions

Fairylea Sun 11-May-14 13:36:59

I'm not sure if they still have them but sainsburys had almost an exact copy of the seasalt linked version upthread for £16 smile (and I was kicking myself because I actually have the seasalt one and the sainsburys one was near identical... I brought 2 of them, I love fleeces at home, saves a fortune on heating bills and I have an under active thyroid so I'm always cold!)

annie16108 Tue 31-Mar-15 03:46:06

I have just had a look at the sainsburys site and looks like they don't make these fleeces now (the ones similar to Seasalt)??

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