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What cardigan/blazer with this outfit? (Pics)

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PrincessWatermelon Tue 06-Sep-16 20:33:01

I've been trying to get away from jeans & t-shirt with a SuperDry hoodie and have bought myself these outfits. Smartish casual. Great for the warmth we've had but completely stuck what to layer with once it's colder. Any suggestions on cardigans or blazers or something?!! I don't want too tailored or firm, as I want to wear indoors (ie not leather or denim jacket). Thanks

taybert Wed 07-Sep-16 08:27:43

Is it for work? The uniqlo Cardigan jackets are great but it might all look a bit formal if it's not for work.

PrincessWatermelon Wed 07-Sep-16 09:27:49

It's not for work, no. Although I may do that too! I'll look up the Uniqlo ones then, thanks. It was more casual I was after. School run and the such like.

Boredomismyenemy Wed 07-Sep-16 09:29:58

I'd wear a longish chunky cardigan that doesn't have buttons and sits nicely. Nothing waterfall style and I think short cardigan would look a bit neat and work like.

BadTasteFlump Wed 07-Sep-16 09:58:06

What about a jersey blazer - I have one and it's really versatile, a kind of half way house between a cardi and a jacket...

Like this

PrincessWatermelon Wed 07-Sep-16 16:14:11

Thanks BadTaste. I think that may be a bit too formal for what I'm wanting, although I appreciate that the pics I've posted do look fairly smart!

Chunky knit cardi may be another way to go...

Lj8893 Wed 07-Sep-16 16:19:49

I was thinking long, slouchy, chunky knit cardi too.

PrincessWatermelon Wed 07-Sep-16 18:00:33

Any specific one you'd care to link to? wink

Lj8893 Wed 07-Sep-16 18:10:16

This might be abit heavy but gives you an idea

Lj8893 Wed 07-Sep-16 18:15:11

Toffeelatteplease Wed 07-Sep-16 19:01:32

your superdry hoody. primark cardis.

PrincessWatermelon Wed 07-Sep-16 19:52:49

Ooo...Lj, I love the first one. Yes, that and the second one both look more what I had in mind. They'd tone down the business look that I'd rather avoid. Thanks!

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