If you’re looking for trendy cardigans and knits which are a little bit different, and a little bit novel then have a look-see at the Eva Trends range of slightly boho, trendy ethnic cardigans and sweaters online.
Trendy Womens Clothing.
There’s worldwide fast shipping on all gear ordered from Eva Trends and a range of unusual and quirky designs.
Funky Designs and Chunky Knits
Look out for some funky ethnic designs, cartoon embroidery, cable knits, geometric prints, loud patterns, stripes, cardigan coats and florals – like the floral cardigan, in Autumnal colours that I’m wearing with CYSM Daphne jeans from Crazy4Jeans.
What is a Cardigan?
Cardigans come in all shapes and sizes. A cardigan is a knitted jumper that opens at the front generally with buttons.
A cardigan is versatile and suits a wide variety of looks. It can be worn in a formal way or it can be worn in a weekend casual way depending on the style.
What to wear with a cardigan
The floral cardigan I’m wearing is in the casual range, rather than high end formal fashion, but it’s practical and adds a nice touch of colour to the block colour separates I’m wearing in the photos.
It’s a great garment for layering over dresses, jeans or more formal pants.
How to wear a cardigan
If you’re after a relaxed look then go for a loose style which will appear more casual than a fitted cardigan which hugs your body and looks more formal.
A chunky knit cardigan is a great weekend casual. Don’t be afraid to choose a chunky knit in a style that makes a bit of a statement. You can just throw the statement cardigan on with garments from your casual weekend wardrobe for a stylish and different look.
I love that this design has pockets and it’s chunky and easy-to-wear. It’s going to be a favourite go-to piece for wearing at weekends and casual Autumn days in Australia.
I’ve worn this versatile cardi with jeans and over a shift dress and it does the job nicely with both.
You could also wear it over capri pants, as a mid-season piece. In a solid chunky knit the cardigan is tough enough to be thrown on the back car seat if you don’t want to wear it, or rolled up in your suitcase as a cover-up piece for colder days.
I love the various colours in this cardigan and it would go well with rosy pink pants or mustard coloured jeans too. In fact there are lots of colours you could pick out to match it with when it comes to T-shirts and blouses too.
Just long enough to skim my hips – it’s a nice length.
It’s not a high end piece of clothing, but it’s a work horse with attitude. I think it’s one of those pieces that I’ll reach for without thinking too much when I want to feel snuggly and warm next season.
Discount on Eva Trends Cardigans and more
Eva Trends are having a promotion at the moment. For a limited period use the Lifestyle Fifty exclusive code CJ15 and not only save 15% off the entire order but get a free dress for every purchase. (There’ll be 3 dress options). Terms and conditions apply.
Coupon Code for Discount
Use the Coupon Code: CJ15 for 15% discount off the Floral Cardigan I’m wearing, Online Here at Eva Trends
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Life Images by Jill
I love the colour of this cardi Jo, but I am not sure about February summer in Australia!
I know, it’s going to be hot in February and March, hey Jill! I’m glad you liked the colour, and thanks for popping by today. A lot of Lifestyle Fifty readers are in America so they have the opposite seasons to us, so this was a little style inspo for Americans and we shall have to wait to enjoy our cardigans again for another few months – but the time will come 😉