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Cardigans?

post #1 of 26
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Are they in style? If so, what does one wear under one? Does it have to be a collard shirt & tie?
post #2 of 26
Collared sport shirt without tie, or collared dress shirt with tie. I've seen people wear t-shirts under them as well, often t-shirts with horizontal stripes.
post #3 of 26
I wear them a lot in the winter and in the climate controlled lab I work in. You can wear a shirt and tie or no tie and you can just wear a t-shirt. There is no set rule for them. You can decide how you like them best.
post #4 of 26
Wear them as you would a casual jacket, in the same ways.
post #5 of 26
I don't know if they are in style. Don't really care. But for me, when going casual / sport is my to-go default look. I normally wear them as suggested above by Boswell: dress shirt + tie.
post #6 of 26
any tshirt under a cardigan is fine for casual. for dress, obviously you wear shirt +/- tie
post #7 of 26
They're in. Casual, while retaining a dressy vibe at the same time (Think Mr. Rogers. Bad ass, right?). Wear with t shirt, or collared shirts.
post #8 of 26
Wear under a sport jacket or your winter jacket for an extra layer when it's cold.
post #9 of 26
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post #10 of 26
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Originally Posted by ImFlier View Post
Are they in style? If so, what does one wear under one? Does it have to be a collard shirt & tie?
What Will says. Ithink it depends how u wear it. in grey with a pair of cords, country brogues and a portly figure they incorrigibly old man . but well-fitted in darker colors they can rock I like the convenience and comfort and often wear a charcoal shawl collar at work.
post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by Will View Post
Wear them as you would a casual jacket, in the same ways.

Assuming this means that you wouldn't button the bottom button. True?
post #12 of 26
Try this look:

-black shawl lapel cardigan
-white dress shirt
-khaki pants
-brown suede chukka boots

http://screenmusings.org/QuantumOfSo...s/QoS_1028.htm
post #13 of 26
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Originally Posted by JJGooden View Post
Assuming this means that you wouldn't button the bottom button. True?
yeah looks better unbuttoned
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Originally Posted by BLU8 View Post
Try this look:

-navy or slate shawl lapel cardigan
-white dress shirt
-khaki pants
-brown suede chukka boots

http://screenmusings.org/QuantumOfSo...s/QoS_1028.htm

nice
post #14 of 26
Of course they're in style....

....cardigans never go out of style
post #15 of 26
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Of course they're in style....

....cardigans never go out of style

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