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post #46 of 77
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I want the best money can buy.
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$250 for a sweater is about my limit.


Does not compute.
post #47 of 77
Stupidest thread ever...
post #48 of 77
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Stupidest thread ever...

even without cognitive dissonance?
post #49 of 77
I have an RRL buffalo plaid cardigan that rocks - I regularly wear it instead of a jacket
post #50 of 77

As someone mentioned on a previous page the SNS Herning - Stark.

post #51 of 77
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Originally Posted by texas_jack View Post

Stupidest thread ever...

Stupidest comment ever...
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Does not compute.

It was a momentary lapse of reason
I came to my senses. shog[1].gif
post #53 of 77
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Originally Posted by n-domino View Post

With that said, there are only crew necks and v-necks to choose from.  

Thanks, but I want a cardigan that can get daily use.
I can not justify a sweater that only gets worn once or twice month at the $250 price point,
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Originally Posted by n-domino View Post

Speaking of quality, I was given a navy blue Ballantyne cashmere v-neck from my grandfather that was gifted to him by my grandmother on their first anniversary. It didn't fit him anymore so now it's mine. The sweater is over 50 years old and there are no holes, pilling, or rough spots. If that isn't a testament to its quality, then I don't know what is. 

Or, it could mean that neither he nor you wear it very much. It might have been sitting for 45 years.
post #54 of 77

What do you ask questions that you don't want the answers to?

 

There's really no point in asking for advice on a no-expenses-spared winter cardigan, and then ridicule the responses which give you exactly what you said you wanted, when what you really wanted was a relatively cheap autumn / winter layer.

 

One might almost think you do this just to draw attention to yourself. 

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What do you ask questions that you don't want the answers to?

This is the essence of reevolving. I find it charming.
post #56 of 77
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What do you ask questions that you don't want the answers to?

There's really no point in asking for advice on a no-expenses-spared winter cardigan, and then ridicule the responses which give you exactly what you said you wanted, when what you really wanted was a relatively cheap autumn / winter layer.

One might almost think you do this just to draw attention to yourself. 

This thread helped me realize what I truly wanted.
For anyone looking for a fuller feminine cardigan, this thread is archived.
Great work, folks.
post #57 of 77
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Why does the left one look so bad? 4 vs. 5 button ? Boxy?

post #58 of 77
I'm interested in trying one of the Johnstons sweaters. Anyone have measurements on a size small?

Thanks much
post #59 of 77
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Originally Posted by Reevolving View Post

This thread helped me realize what I truly wanted.
For anyone looking for a fuller feminine cardigan, this thread is archived.
Great work, folks.
You've got an odd vision of "feminine."
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Why does the left one look so bad? 4 vs. 5 button ? Boxy?

Too big through the shoulders and across the chest for the model.
post #60 of 77
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Why does the left one look so bad? 4 vs. 5 button ? Boxy?

 

It's the same sweater, different colour. The guy on the left has the top 4 buttons done up, the guy on the right only two of the middle buttons. Guy on left has sloped shoulders compared to the squarer shoulders of guy on right. Guy on right also has sleeves rolled. All this makes the sweaters look different.

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