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Where can I buy a nice cardigany/twinset thing for my nana?

(6 Posts)
TheAwfulDaughter Sun 09-Nov-14 22:46:44

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pickwickcrocus Sun 09-Nov-14 22:57:52

The places that spring to mind are the concessions in John Lewis and Debenhams, I think they are called something like the classic collection too. I also thought maybe East but I think they are a bit pricier than £30.

I think it's very sweet by the way that you are getting something lovely for your nana and want to get something bright and not frumpy! I love wearing bright colours and don't want to stop when I get older (no beige!)

pickwickcrocus Sun 09-Nov-14 23:05:00

Oh also Edinburgh woollen mill would be worth a look too.

TheSpottedZebra Sun 09-Nov-14 23:06:05

Monsoon? They love a bead or two...! BHS?

Woolovers are great for good quality jumpers, but I think theirs are plain, not embellished.

Rapunzel88 Mon 10-Nov-14 00:01:23

Try Viyella. They have some lovely, good quality knitwear and always have great sales too. They also have a concession in John Lewis.

Floisme Mon 10-Nov-14 07:11:40

Another vote for John Lewis own brand. The cuts are quite classic and they have quite a wide price range, from about £30 to £80+ (for cashmere). I'm not sure if they do beading but definitely worth a look.

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