SHAWL COLLAR CARDIGAN


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Cardigan: J Crew (Similar) // Shirt: J Crew // Pants: J Crew // Shoes: GH Bass x J Crew (Similar)

Watch: Ted Baker (Similar) // Glasses: J Crew (Similar)

A knit cardigan is as much a staple as the classic crew-neck sweater. It provides 

a smart, stylish, and versatile appeal to your outfit when layered over a tee or a 

button up. The keys to a great knit cardigan is that it should flatter your figure 

and so, should be tapered at the waist much like a suit jacket and the cut of the 

armpit and sleeves should be such that the sleeves hug your arms and that the 

cuffs meet your wrist. The pattern adds character and provides an element of 

uniqueness to your outfit that’ll be sure to make your look stand out. You can 

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2 Comments

grace

Hi Neal! I followed you here from Instagram and love your style of course. Congrats on the new blog and the journey ahead!

I wanted to make a suggestion — instead of a paragraph describing the fit and styling, maybe it would be a little more reader friendly to break it out into points like "fit notes: ___" and then below it "styling notes: ___". I think girls are more used to reading blogs but maybe the guys, who I assume you're also trying to get as your target audience, may glance over the paragraph too quickly. I think you have great tips and things to say about the pieces, and I think that might help draw more attention to your ideas.

Feel free to take or not take it šŸ™‚ I look forward to seeing more outfits from you!

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theneatfit

Hey Grace! Glad you made it over to check out the blog and I appreciate your support. Thank you so much for taking the time to provide some great constructive feedback and I will definitely take that into consideration for future posts!
– Neal

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