Rated 5 out of 5Â by KinCO favorite ivory cardigan
I bought an ivory XL and it is perfect--exactly what I've been looking for. This is a sturdier knit so I think I'll get the most use out of it in fall/winter or the occasional summer night that is chilly. It drapes so nicely, is soft and well-made. It fits me like the photos. I'm pear-shaped so some sweaters hit me at the wrong place and make my hips look bigger. But, this one is slimming. The stitching is my favorite part. I love that this sweater is a basic that'll go with everything but the back makes it fun & special. My daughter said the back of the sweater reminded her of Elsa's fancy dress in Frozen. I wasn't going for that look but I took it as a compliment!
May 17, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by storrme Beautiful - but sheds
This is a beautiful sweater and each time I wear it I get compliments. The detail is lovely. I'm certainly not petite and don't like bulk in my cardigans, and this one delivers. It's a perfect weight and length. My only problem with the sweater is that it sheds fibers constantly so that not just I am affected, but others around me are rubbing their eyes, as well. I can't wear black with the sweater because it leaves its mark. I'm hoping a trip to the dry cleaner solves this issue. Note: the gray is a lovely shade of pink/lavender.
February 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by edwardiangirl Gorgeous, Feminine and Flattering Sweater!
I just bought this sweater in ivory at my local store. It is absolutely beautiful! The open knit design down the front, back and bottom edges is gorgeous and feminine. The sweater is a lovely ivory shade and the fit is flattering and elegant. The weight of the sweater if perfect for spring. I usually wear a medium in Angel of the North sweaters, but I opted for the small in this one. The medium looked a little sloppy and the sleeves were too long (and I have long arms). I'm 5'7", 145 lbs, 34D. If you like sweaters that are beautifully made with feminine stitch designs, I highly recommend this one. I love it!!!
January 31, 2014